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‘Snowball’ festively signals semester’s imminent end


Illuminated in blue and highlighted by the tree's seasonal glow
Illuminated in blue and highlighted by the tree’s seasonal glow
Students – including Christopher D. Hogan, of Halifax, and Nicolette B. Crow, of Elizabethtown – take to the dance floor.
Students – including Christopher D. Hogan, of Halifax, and Nicolette B. Crow, of Elizabethtown – take to the dance floor.
Alumnus Caleb G. Shirmer, of Williamsport, and student Holly J. Wilson, of Lock Haven, enjoy the food and ambience.
Alumnus Caleb G. Shirmer, of Williamsport, and student Holly J. Wilson, of Lock Haven, enjoy the food and ambience.
The crowd dances to "Cotton Eye Joe."
The crowd dances to “Cotton Eye Joe.”
Among the attendees are Hannah E. Dawson and James C. Hendrie, both of Williamsport.
Among the attendees are Hannah E. Dawson and James C. Hendrie, both of Williamsport.

A sold-out crowd enjoyed Snowball 2018 this past week, flocking to the Thompson Professional Development Center for the Wildcat Events Board’s annual semiformal dance.
Photos by Rachel A. Eirmann, student photographer

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