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Students Schooled in Palatable Meal-Beverage Combinations

Matthew A. Wagner, a building science and sustainable design: architectural technology concentration major from Selinsgrove, welcomes guests as the Student Activities event assistant.
Matthew A. Wagner, a building science and sustainable design: architectural technology concentration major from Selinsgrove, welcomes guests as the Student Activities event assistant.
A sensory exercise
A sensory exercise
Chef Paul E. Mach (right) shares his mealtime expertise.
Chef Paul E. Mach (right) shares his mealtime expertise.

Students of legal age gained some School of Hospitality guidance during a Student Activities “short course” at Penn College’s Le Jeune Chef Restaurant on pairing beers and lagers with food. Chef Paul E. Mach, assistant professor of hospitality management/culinary arts, apprised participants of how to match specific cuisine with the appropriate adult libation.
Photos by Michael J. Hersh,  assistant director of student activities for programming and operations

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