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An inspirational sentiment greets attendees in the Klump Academic Center Auditorium.
An inspirational sentiment greets attendees in the Klump Academic Center Auditorium.
Colin Ryan addresses fiscal matters in relatable fashion ...
Colin Ryan addresses fiscal matters in relatable fashion …
... with moments of knowing laughter ...
… with moments of knowing laughter …
... and observations that bring serious reflection.
… and observations that bring serious reflection.
Elizabeth L. Landis (center), an emergency management technology major from Columbia, responds to the speaker's prompt: "Stupid Things You've Done With Money."
Elizabeth L. Landis (center), an emergency management technology major from Columbia, responds to the speaker’s prompt: “Stupid Things You’ve Done With Money.”

A campus audience got some free financial advice this past week, informative straight talk with just enough humor to mitigate an issue fraught with trepidation. Wednesday’s visit by Colin Ryan – a national motivational speaker and stand-up comic who helps people dissect their love-hate relationship with money – was sponsored by Penn College’s Student Government Association, the Delta Mu Delta national business honor society, the School of Business & Hospitality, and the Student Activities Office.
Photos by Caleb G. Schirmer, student photographer

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