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The law of this jungle? Have fun!

Wildcat Events Board team leaders Serena V. Bergeron (left) and McKenna N. Myers do their part in a successful event. Bergeron, of Lansdale, is an automotive technology management: collision repair concentration major, and Myers, of Northumberland, is pursuing a degree in business administration: marketing concentration.
Wildcat Events Board team leaders Serena V. Bergeron (left) and McKenna N. Myers do their part in a successful event. Bergeron, of Lansdale, is an automotive technology management: collision repair concentration major, and Myers, of Northumberland, is pursuing a degree in business administration: marketing concentration.
A representative of Clyde Peeling's Reptiland, a renowned area attraction enjoying its 57th year in business, engages students ... and puts some teeth in social-distancing rules.
A representative of Clyde Peeling’s Reptiland, a renowned area attraction enjoying its 57th year in business, engages students … and puts some teeth in social-distancing rules.
What?!? You didn't think a spider would come to a WEB event?
What?!? You didn’t think a spider would come to a WEB event?
Getting cuddly with the critters are Caila N. Flanagan (left), a business administration: management concentration major from Williamsport, and Lauryn A. Stauffer, of Bath, enrolled in automation engineering technology: robotics and automation.
Getting cuddly with the critters are Caila N. Flanagan (left), a business administration: management concentration major from Williamsport, and Lauryn A. Stauffer, of Bath, enrolled in automation engineering technology: robotics and automation.
The Hatchet House's mobile axe-throwing unit satisfies students' thirst for cutting-edge adventure.
The Hatchet House’s mobile axe-throwing unit satisfies students’ thirst for cutting-edge adventure.

The Wildcat Events Board’s traditional pre-finals block party at Penn College – with a “Welcome to the Jungle” theme this time – was held Friday afternoon along Vine Avenue, on the north side of campus. And as if 2020-21 wasn’t wild enough, the festivities’ latest incarnation included visits from Reptiland and The Hatchet House! Among the other diversions, all designed to close out the semester and ease into summer, were a live DJ, food truck and “make and take” crafts.
Photos by Juvy A. Orillaza, student photographer