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Seasonal variety: the (pumpkin) spice of life


Fall, under the spell of a wicked smile! (Photo by Noelle B. Bloom, assistant director, Dining Services)
Fall, under the spell of a wicked smile! (Photo by Noelle B. Bloom, assistant director, Dining Services)
With a hint of chill in the autumn air, the fire pit on the Campus Center patio offers enticing warmth ...
With a hint of chill in the autumn air, the fire pit on the Campus Center patio offers enticing warmth …
... as enjoyed by Dessa D. Valisno (left), of Williamsport, enrolled in business administration: marketing concentration, and Lacey A. Decker, a pre-dental hygiene student from Emporium. Valisno is a Community Peer Educator and Decker is a Connections Program Student Assistant.
… as enjoyed by Dessa D. Valisno (left), of Williamsport, enrolled in business administration: marketing concentration, and Lacey A. Decker, a pre-dental hygiene student from Emporium. Valisno is a Community Peer Educator and Decker is a Connections Program Student Assistant.
In midsemester fashion, a tree outside the CC dons a vibrant yellow jacket.
In midsemester fashion, a tree outside the CC dons a vibrant yellow jacket.

“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers,” says literature’s Anne Shirley of the Green Gables farm, reveling in the sunny colors on Prince Edward Island. “It would be terrible if we just skipped from September to November, wouldn’t it?” As the calendar crisply turns toward sweater weather, hayrides and the cascade of leaves, no one seems happier than “The Rock,” painted for Halloween and nestled amid a campus canopy of foliage. (Unless you count students cozying up to the Bush Campus Center fire pit, of course.)

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