Skip to main content
Main Penn College Website

Two-Day Computer Fair Held on Campus for Area Students

'A Day in the Life of an Eighth-Grader' draws the attention of a computer-fair judge Mattress fires among the public-safety entries in the Web category Judges go 'Traveling Through a Dancer's Life' A regional computer fair for an estimated 150 middle- and high-school students, sponsored by Intermediate Unit 17, is being held this week at Penn College. Students compete in categories including Web-page design, desktop publishing, graphic design and development of a computer-fair logo. The Web competition (depicted at left) featured a number of impressive entries, from the serious (9/11, deadly fires and suicide) to more lighthearted fare (cheerleading, Disney World and “Life as a Flat-Coated Retriever”). First-place winners go on to state competition. Visiting students also will take part in a Quiz Bowl, workshops and campus tours before the fair ends Thursday.

Related Stories

“Graphic Design 2021,” the annual portfolio exhibition for graphic design seniors at Pennsylvania College of Technology, will be on display April 26 to May 7 in The Gallery at Penn College. The exhibit’s poster was designed by Kaylee N. Masullo, a participating graphic design major from Bellefonte. Events
‘Graphic Design 2021’ highlights talents of 21 seniors
Read more
Kailan K. Marshall, vice president of PC Alliance and a Student Government Association senator-at-large for diversity, equity and inclusion, addresses attendees at the flag-raising. Events
A rainbowed burst of ‘pride’
Read more
Kendra F. Boell, physician assistant instructor, administers a vaccine to Miguel A. Callado, a construction management student residing in Williamsport. Events
Students, employees inoculated at collaborative on-campus clinic
Read more