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On the cover: Domenick Schiraldi-Irrera, a recent applied health studies and physical fitness specialist graduate, does abdominal work in the Penn College Fitness Center where, as a personal trainer, he focused on educating clients about the science of fitness – and unteaching the "lessons" of magazine covers and infomercials. Read more about Schiraldi-Irrera.
Inside front cover: Joseph M. Van Noy, an electronics and computer engineering technology student, works on his senior project: using a field programmable gate array to develop a high-speed clocking circuit. The project was suggested by QorTek in Williamsport, where Van Noy completed an internship and was hired full time after his graduation in May 2011.