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Students Carry ‘Penn College Pride’ Into Beaver Stadium


Caleb E. Cartmell (left) and Efrem K. Foster represent Penn College at a Beaver Stadium celebration of university unity.
Caleb E. Cartmell (left) and Efrem K. Foster represent Penn College at a Beaver Stadium celebration of university unity.

Penn College student leaders were among those on hand for Penn State’s “All-U Day” 56-0 blowout against Georgia State on Saturday night, representing university-related campuses by carrying banners across the football field during half-time activities. “It was fun representing Penn College at ‘All-U-Day.’ I enjoyed meeting student leaders from the different Penn State campuses and the other special mission affiliated colleges,” said the Wildcat Events Board’s Efrem K. Foster, enrolled in nursing. “Being able to step on the field, in Beaver Stadium, is an experience I won’t forget.” His sentiments were shared by Caleb E. Cartmell, president of the Student Government Association and an automotive technology management major. “It was a really awesome experience to be able to step out on the field and represent the school!” he said. “There’s a lot of energy there and it was really cool to be a part of.”
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