Automotive Residential Community Travels to Area Paintball Field

Published 09.16.2014

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Living, learning and enjoying recreational downtimeEric D. Pruden – battle-stained, but still standingPenn College's Automotive Living-Learning Community traveled together in early September to the Roundtop Mountain Resort for some paintball action. Automotive instructor Eric D. Pruden, LLC mentor Jackson S. Walker and Resident Assistant Kadeem D. Carter led several students in a day of paintball, good times and bonding. Community members along for the trip to Lewisberry included Austin Braxmeier, Derek A. Abreu, Kyle L. Jordan, Nicholas C. DeLambo, Logan R. Brooks and Scott J. Wagner. The college's Residence Life Office offers four living-learning communities in on-campus housing to students enrolled in the same academic majors (automotive, health sciences, hospitality and information technology).
Photos provided by Carter, a collision repair technology student from Philadelphia