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The Wildcat’s Changing Face


The earliest images available in the Penn College archives show an appropriately wild version, modeled after the bobcat common to the woods of northcentral Pennsylvania.

The earliest images available in the Penn College archives show an appropriately wild version, modeled after the bobcat common to the woods of northcentral Pennsylvania.

From the Spring 2018 Penn College Magazine: Take a look at the evolution of the Wildcat, a steadfast symbol since intercollegiate sports began at Penn College predecessor Williamsport Area Community College in 1966. Read “The Wildcat’s Changing Face.”

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