The Campus That Works Hard Plays Hard

Throughout the Fall 2011 semester, Pennsylvania College of Technology students showed their spirit inside the classroom and out.

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Automated manufacturing technology student Britni M. Fennell sets up cutting tools for machining a piece of steel on a Haas TM-1 Vertical Machining Center in the college's automated manufacturing lab. Photo by Larry D. Kauffman.

Automated manufacturing technology student Britni M. Fennell sets up cutting tools for machining a piece of steel on a Haas TM-1 Vertical Machining Center in the college's automated manufacturing lab.

Cross-country team members present and past (students Michael S. Fischer, Travis M. Cain and Daniel H. Flynn) prepare to take off in a 5K race to raise funds for the School of Health Sciences Endowed Scholarship Fund. Photo by Jennifer A. Cline.

Cross-country team members present and past (students Michael S. Fischer, Travis M. Cain and Daniel H. Flynn) prepare to take off in a 5K race to raise funds for the School of Health Sciences Endowed Scholarship Fund.

Twenty-three white-shirted teams turn out to the Field House for "Black Light Dodge Ball." Photo by Whitnie-rae Mays.

Twenty-three white-shirted teams turn out to the Field House for "Black Light Dodge Ball."

Students Michael E. Mroczka, left, and Vincent L. Coates continue Penn College's tradition of hands-on learning in the new Construction Masonry Building on Vine Avenue. Photo by Larry D. Kauffman.

Students Michael E. Mroczka, left, and Vincent L. Coates continue Penn College's tradition of hands-on learning in the new Construction Masonry Building on Vine Avenue.

Penn's Inn is transformed into a winter wonderland for the Wildcat Events Board's annual "Snow Ball." Photo by Whitnie-rae Mays.

Penn's Inn is transformed into a winter wonderland for the Wildcat Events Board's annual "Snow Ball."

The Wildcats warm up for a Homecoming soccer match against Penn State York. Penn College prevailed, 2-1. Photo by Cindy Davis Meixel.

The Wildcats warm up for a Homecoming soccer match against Penn State York. Penn College prevailed, 2-1.

Brittanie M. Lenig takes orders during an "International Delights" bake sale conducted in The Market by students in the Advanced Patisserie Operations course. Photo by Cindy Davis Meixel.

Brittanie M. Lenig takes orders during an "International Delights" bake sale conducted in The Market by students in the Advanced Patisserie Operations course.

The volleyball team celebrates during a "Pink Out" game that drew nearly 200 fans to help commemorate Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Photo by Whitnie-rae Mays.

The volleyball team celebrates during a "Pink Out" game that drew nearly 200 fans to help commemorate Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Chess Club members consider their next move while recruiting new members at Fall FIESTA. Photo by Jennifer A. Cline.

Chess Club members consider their next move while recruiting new members at Fall FIESTA.

Students pack the Field House lawn for the Wet 'n' Wildcat House Party, traditionally held during the first week of classes. Sponsored by the Wildcat Events Board, the Off-Campus Housing Organization, the Student Government Association, the Residence Hall Association and Greek Life, the night offered free food, music, water slides, T-shirts and more. Photo by Whitnie-rae Mays.

Students pack the Field House lawn for the Wet 'n' Wildcat House Party, traditionally held during the first week of classes. Sponsored by the Wildcat Events Board, the Off-Campus Housing Organization, the Student Government Association, the Residence Hall Association and Greek Life, the night offered free food, music, water slides, T-shirts and more.

Sigma Nu brothers show off the tickets that signify they've been chosen for between-inning games at Penn College's Pack the Park Night at historic Bowman Field, home of the Williamsport Crosscutters. Photo by Whitnie-rae Mays.

Sigma Nu brothers show off the tickets that signify they've been chosen for between-inning games at Penn College's Pack the Park Night at historic Bowman Field, home of the Williamsport Crosscutters.

Phi Mu Delta's Steven J. Kanaley and Dustin C. Bailey, Sigma Nu's Ryan Enders, and Kayla E. Bosley are among "warriors" that did battle during Greek Color Wars, tossing sponges soaked in washable children's paint to vie for superiority. Photo by Erin Datteri.

Phi Mu Delta's Steven J. Kanaley and Dustin C. Bailey, Sigma Nu's Ryan Enders, and Kayla E. Bosley are among "warriors" that did battle during Greek Color Wars, tossing sponges soaked in washable children's paint to vie for superiority.

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