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Student-Focused Videos Added to College’s YouTube Channel

Rory K. KaniaMichael F. AltobelliPCToday encourages you to watch, “like” and share the latest student-focused videos added to Penn College’s YouTube channel. The short videos explore information technology with Michael F. Altobelli and on-site power generation with Rory K. Kania. Both videos were edited by Gerianne C. Tomb, a web design and multimedia major who works as a student video production assistant in the office of College Information and Community Relations. Show your Penn College Pride by sharing these videos, as well as other channel content in your social media circles!

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