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Silence of the Jams


Jessica M. Maulfair, of Myerstown, majoring in pre-applied health studies: radiography concentration, gets in sync with the DJ booth ...
Jessica M. Maulfair, of Myerstown, majoring in pre-applied health studies: radiography concentration, gets in sync with the DJ booth …
... then owns the floor, dancing to the music in her head.
… then owns the floor, dancing to the music in her head.
If a dance party breaks out in a library, does it make a sound?
If a dance party breaks out in a library, does it make a sound?
A familiar face at campus events is Andrew A. Smith, of Philadelphia, enrolled in aviation maintenance technology.
A familiar face at campus events is Andrew A. Smith, of Philadelphia, enrolled in aviation maintenance technology.

In a never-ending quest to bring Penn College students a variety of after-hours entertainment, the Wildcat Events Board recently welcomed Headphone Disco to the Madigan Library. Billed as “The Silent Party People,” the popular novelty act features a pair of side-by-side DJs playing two distinctly different styles of music over two separate wireless channels. Each guest chooses which track he or she wants to listen to using a switch on the headphones, resulting in a unique and unpredictable dance-floor experience. Stay tuned to PCToday and social media for more WEB programs.
Photos by Tia G. La, student photographer

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