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‘Wing Night Wednesday’: When friendships take flight

Applied management student Kellor A. Schooley, of Turbotville, digs into a bowl of saucy goodness while talking with Thomas C. DeGeyter, a residential construction technology and management student from Long Valley, N.J.
Applied management student Kellor A. Schooley, of Turbotville, digs into a bowl of saucy goodness while talking with Thomas C. DeGeyter, a residential construction technology and management student from Long Valley, N.J.
Serena V. Bergeron (left), an automotive technology management: collision repair concentration student from Lansdale, and McKenna N. Myers, of Northumberland, enrolled in business administration: marketing concentration, maintain distance during discussion.
Serena V. Bergeron (left), an automotive technology management: collision repair concentration student from Lansdale, and McKenna N. Myers, of Northumberland, enrolled in business administration: marketing concentration, maintain distance during discussion.
Students were provided with notice of weekly WEB meetings, as well as prompts to keep the conversation flowing.
Students were provided with notice of weekly WEB meetings, as well as prompts to keep the conversation flowing.

The Wildcat Events Board this week combined yummy food with a tantalizing opportunity for students to get acquainted with one another and involved with campus activities. Wing Night Wednesday in CC Commons offered free boneless chicken wings to the first 25 attendees, who enjoyed meeting someone new over the shared meal. The “speed-friending” event was modified for this COVID-19 era, as students – masked, except while dining – remained with one person for the duration rather than rotating through the dining unit. In addition to conversation, both in-person and with an online option, the evening provided information on joining WEB and having a say in Penn College events.
Photos by Alexis M. Burrell, student photographer

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