One College Avenue
Alumni John Yogodzinski and Casey Gleghorn join their artistic forces to create The Graphic Hive – a studio space swarming with creativity.
Students express their technical know-how in a college-encompassing piece of art.
From humble beginnings, when his father brought home three beehives in 1946, Bill Gamber, ’59, and his family grow a backyard hobby to the nation’s largest family-owned honey processor.
Not your typical math course, Non-European Mathematics combines math with history, anthropology and international travel.
School of Health Sciences alumni Julie D. Rutt, '04, and Brian M. Webster, '06, try to soothe a hurting Haiti following last year's devastating earthquake.
Brian Knoebel, '93, doesn't look far for motivation. It's family – the one that built, and those who visit, Knoebels Amusement Resort.
- Alumnus, Director Honored by Chamber
- Visiting Chef Dinner Features Alumni Chefs
- Fall Athletics End Season With 47-22 Record
- Alumnus Completes Service With AmeriCorps
- Garrett Book, Featured Student Annual Report 2009-10
- Bradley Stroup, Featured Student Annual Report 2009-10
- Jordan Pennypacker, Featured Student Annual Report 2009-10
- 2009-10 Sports Wrap-Up
- Mini Baja Video
- Students Generate Smiles in Latin America
- Penn College Offers Three New Degrees
- Penn College Degree Leads to Visible Success 'Down the Road'
- Walking the Walk for Stronger Kids
Were You There? The Evolution of a College Campus
This 100+ page book takes viewers on a journey through the institution's rich history, from the inception of adult classes at the Williamsport High School in 1914, through its evolution into Williamsport Technical Institute, Williamsport Area Community College, and present-day Penn College.
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On the cover: Brian M. Webster, '06, offers a smile during a March 2010 medical relief trip to Haiti. A nursing graduate and a clinical supervisor in Williamsport Regional Medical Center’s emergency department, he left the earthquake-ravaged island feeling guilty for his bountiful blessings back home. Read more about the relief work of Webster and paramedic technology alumna Julie Rutt.