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Stunt-Jump Attraction Brings Touch of ‘Fall’ to End of Spring Semester


Web and interactive media major Kristen E. Bowes, of Wayne, launches herself into the open air.
Web and interactive media major Kristen E. Bowes, of Wayne, launches herself into the open air.
Jon D. Wescott (foreground), director of residence life/judicial affairs, joins the fun.
Jon D. Wescott (foreground), director of residence life/judicial affairs, joins the fun.
Frozen in time en route to a safe landing is Alexander C. McDonnell, of Brookhaven, enrolled in the business administration: marketing concentration.
Frozen in time en route to a safe landing is Alexander C. McDonnell, of Brookhaven, enrolled in the business administration: marketing concentration.
A picture-perfect day for the camaraderie of a cookout.
A picture-perfect day for the camaraderie of a cookout.
Keith A. Miller, of Clarence, a legal assistant-paralegal student, surrenders to the long drop.
Keith A. Miller, of Clarence, a legal assistant-paralegal student, surrenders to the long drop.

The Skyfall stunt jump, a crowd-pleaser when it debuted at Penn College a year ago, returned Saturday to help students and employees soar above the stress of Finals Week. The two-tiered attraction was stationed for several hours over the lunch hour near Rose Street Commons, where Residence Life and campus fraternities collaboratively provided food and refreshments.
Photos by Caleb G. Schirmer, student photographer

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