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Teamwork makes the screams work

Campus neighborhoods were alive with the shrieking, giggling sounds of Halloween again this season, as a crowded slate of activities helped Penn College students, employees and friends toll the witching hour. Among the boo-tiful bounty were The Village’s annual family night; welding’s “Arc Asylum 5.0,” which has grown more elaborately eerie each year; a “Trunk or Treat” automotive showcase; a “Karaoke Costume Party,” sponsored by the Student Engagement Office; Dining Services’ colorful Halloween Boofet; creative co-workers and students in “Guess who?” garb; and horticulture students’ whimsical scarecrows in nearby Way’s Garden.

– Photos by Juvy A. Orillaza and Tim Wegman, student photographers;
Timothy J. Mallery, assistant director of residence life-housing operations;
Carl J. Bower Jr., assistant professor of horticulture;
Naim N. Jabbour, assistant professor of architectural technology;
and Dining Services’ Mark J. Leo, director; Noelle B. Bloom, assistant director; and Danna M. Brooks, manager
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