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‘Wildcat Pride Week’ Delivers Blueprint for Homecoming Celebration


With an assist from General Services painters, the campus mascot makes tracks for Homecoming.
With an assist from General Services painters, the campus mascot makes tracks for Homecoming.
Allison A. Bressler, assistant director for student activities for programming and Greek life, pours blue dye into a funnel, under the supervision of Gary T. Pandolfi, a General Services refrigeration, heating and plumbing mechanic.
Allison A. Bressler, assistant director for student activities for programming and Greek life, pours blue dye into a funnel, under the supervision of Gary T. Pandolfi, a General Services refrigeration, heating and plumbing mechanic.
Added color begins circulating through the pool of water ...
Added color begins circulating through the pool of water …
... and skyward through the fountain's jets.
… and skyward through the fountain’s jets.

Penn College is bathed in Wildcat Blue, as faculty/staff and students continue preparations for Homecoming Weekend. Paw prints at the main campus entrance and near Rose Street provide a new landmark for campus visitors, and the Veterans’ Fountain outside the Breuder Advanced Technology and Health Sciences Center has been appropriately dyed during Wildcat Pride Week.

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