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Spring ‘Connections’ Welcomes Hundreds to New Semester at Penn College


Jamie L. Bahrenburg, a business administration: management concentration major from Duncannon, was the winner of a $1,000 tuition credit during Saturday's Connections drawing.
Jamie L. Bahrenburg, a business administration: management concentration major from Duncannon, was the winner of a $1,000 tuition credit during Saturday’s Connections drawing.
Enjoying free pizza are, from left, Taylor J. Smith, an architectural technology student from Wyalusing; Paul A. Bruno II, a heavy construction equipment technology: operator emphasis major from Wallkill, N.Y.; and Seth A. McGraw, of Huntingdon, enrolled in forest technology.
Enjoying free pizza are, from left, Taylor J. Smith, an architectural technology student from Wyalusing; Paul A. Bruno II, a heavy construction equipment technology: operator emphasis major from Wallkill, N.Y.; and Seth A. McGraw, of Huntingdon, enrolled in forest technology.
Student "Links" were on hand to help coordinate Connections activities. From left are Madison T. Powell, Trevor I. Brandt, Kacie L. Weaver and Eric J. Palanko.
Student “Links” were on hand to help coordinate Connections activities. From left are Madison T. Powell, Trevor I. Brandt, Kacie L. Weaver and Eric J. Palanko.

Penn College hosted 183 students and 126 guests during Saturday’s Connections orientation program, welcoming new enrollees and their families prior to Monday’s start of the Spring 2013 semester. Connections is designed to help new students (including transfers and nontraditional students) get ready for college, with practical information about key campus procedures, academic expectations and social opportunities, and a greater understanding of general campus life.
Photos by Whitnie-rae Mays, student photographer

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