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Wildcat Wednesday: When ‘getting one’s goat’ is A-OK

Latricia Rae Yocum (left) and Kathryn Ann Plankenhorn enjoy a therapeutic escape from the demands of their physician assistant studies.
Latricia Rae Yocum (left) and Kathryn Ann Plankenhorn enjoy a therapeutic escape from the demands of their physician assistant studies.
Students revel in the goats' return to campus ...
Students revel in the goats’ return to campus …
... each critter cuter than the next.
… each critter cuter than the next.
Megan Marie Foley, a second-year dental hygiene student from Clarendon, uses pedal power to whip up a bicycle smoothie. Among those cheering on the process is robotics student Lauryn A. Stauffer (right foreground), WEB's Wildcat Wednesday team lead.
Megan Marie Foley, a second-year dental hygiene student from Clarendon, uses pedal power to whip up a bicycle smoothie. Among those cheering on the process is robotics student Lauryn A. Stauffer (right foreground), WEB’s Wildcat Wednesday team lead.
Pre-dental hygiene student Melina Kate Petrick and friend, in a photo too adorable for mere words.
Pre-dental hygiene student Melina Kate Petrick and friend, in a photo too adorable for mere words.

The invitation couldn’t have been more enticing, promising the fusion of two seemingly incongruous concepts, the anticipation building as inhospitable weather prompted a one-week delay: “Come pet goats & and make a smoothie using only a bike.” But arrive at the intramural field we did, far from disappointed as the clouds parted and the Wildcat Events Board delivered yet another fun-filled Wildcat Wednesday!
Photos by Frank T. Kocsis, student photographer

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