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Students Spend ‘One Night Without a Home’


Cardboard city takes shape Residence Life Director Rick Surita with a sobering new definition of 'student housing' Cramped quarters Fueling the fire As part of National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week and as temperatures dropped on their way to midnight Tuesday Penn College students camped out on the pedestrian mall behind the Bush Campus Center. Huddling in cardboard boxes or gathered around a blazing source of heat, the students endured “One Night Without a Home” to put a face on the millions of Americans without regular shelter or food. ( Photos by Jessica L. Tobias, student photographer, and Collin A. Zimmerman, president of the college’s Chi Phi Colony)

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