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Student Organizations Collaborate on ‘Wildcat Roller Rave’

Skaters fill the Field House floor.
Skaters fill the Field House floor.
Making an impression on the makeshift roller rink is Kyle N. Johnson, an applied management major from Liverpool.
Making an impression on the makeshift roller rink is Kyle N. Johnson, an applied management major from Liverpool.
Taking to the floor in their comfiest "Ninja Turtle" attire are Amanda N. Suda, of Harrisburg, enrolled in landscape/horticulture technology: plant production emphasis, and Johnathan T. Capps, of North Wales, majoring in mechatronic engineering technology.
Taking to the floor in their comfiest “Ninja Turtle” attire are Amanda N. Suda, of Harrisburg, enrolled in landscape/horticulture technology: plant production emphasis, and Johnathan T. Capps, of North Wales, majoring in mechatronic engineering technology.
Helping to entertain a young friend are Emma J. Sutterlin (left), of State College, majoring in applied health studies: occupational therapy assistant concentration, and Brittany R. Terpstra, a Web and interactive media student from Jim Thorpe.
Helping to entertain a young friend are Emma J. Sutterlin (left), of State College, majoring in applied health studies: occupational therapy assistant concentration, and Brittany R. Terpstra, a Web and interactive media student from Jim Thorpe.
Members of PC Alliance, one of the night's sponsors
Members of PC Alliance, one of the night’s sponsors

Students danced and skated the night away at the Wildcat Roller Rave, recently held in the Penn College Field House. Organized by Minorities Lending Knowledge, PC Alliance and the Wildcat Events Board, the night included giveaways of T-shirts and “glow in the dark” items. Each of the sponsoring organizations also staffed an informational table at the event.
Photos by Caleb G. Schirmer, student photographer

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