One College Avenue

Building Walls, Demolishing Obstacles

The sole female in her major, masonry student Nicole Reyes-Molina is a role model in the classroom and on the basketball court. The guard, who is deaf, wants others to see they can do anything they set their minds to.
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Revealing a 'Hidden' Problem

Following a semester-long service-learning project that included an awareness event on the streets of Williamsport, applied human services students share facts about homelessness.
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Got Game?

Student-athletes apply the lessons from field, court, course and mat to their post-Penn College lives.
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Frontier Firefight

Forest technology alumni Angela M. Poleto, ’11, and Samuel J. Raisch, ’10, take on their first out-of-state wildfire in Alaska.
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Saving History

Alumnus Jeff Erdly, ’72, knows how a building breathes, how it ages, and how to keep it viable for future generations. He’s used that knowledge on some of the East Coast’s most stately structures.
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Stroll Through Time

A new History Trail invites visitors to reacquaint themselves with college and community lore.
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Print Issue
Spring 2014

Spring 2014 One College Avenue cover. Photo by Cindy Davis Meixel.

Front cover: The Bush Campus Center, built in 1993, was once the site of W.D. Crooks and Sons, which crafted high-quality doors that were used in some of the nation’s most prestigious buildings, including the White House and U.S. Capitol.See more campus history →.

Spring 2014 issue

Roger & Peggy Madigan Library. Photo by Craig Urey

Inside front cover: Sunlight streams through the atrium in the Roger & Peggy Madigan Library, opened in 2006 near the campus entrance.

100 Moments in college history

Back cover: One hundred years’ worth of personal moments – between instructor and student, or between classmates r roommates – have shaped the character of today’s Pennsylvania College of Technology. In celebration of the college’s Centennial, One College Avenue will publish a list of “100 Moments in College History.” So tell us – great or small – what moment will you always remember? Email For consideration, send your response by May 19.

Letters to the editor
Spring 2014

Eager Beaver Remembered

Eager Beaver. Photo by Carl F. McDaniel.
Eager Beaver. Photo by Carl F. McDaniel.
Eager Beaver. Photo by Carl F. McDaniel.

I read the story about the Eager Beaver B-17 in the Fall 2013 issue of One College Avenue.

It never told what happened to the plane. Well it was scrapped in 1947 and sold to a junk man named Joe Brickman, and I helped to take it apart. I also took the pictures enclosed (above).

Carl F. McDaniel, '47

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