Rules of Engagement
– Photos by Tia G. La and J.J. Boettcher, student photographers;
and Jeremy R. Bottorf, coordinator of intramural sports and campus recreation
Shelley L. Moore, director of career services, and Anthony J. Pace, director of student activities, staff the check-in table outside the Field House.
Opportunities to take part are everywhere under the sun!
Signing up with PC Alliance, one of the college's organizational outlets for education and socializing.
Girls on the Run of Greater Susquehanna Valley, inspiring young women to be "joyful, healthy and confident," draws interest from student volunteers.
Community Peer Educators pass along a message of responsibility and respect.
Melissa M. Stocum (left), academic skills specialist-academic mentoring program, and Joette M. Siertle, academic services specialist: early alert, exhibit trademark friendliness and accessibility.
It's hardly surprising that the Penn College Construction Association would include a hands-on activity at its tent.
The Penn College Music Club fills the air with smiles and sweet sounds.
Among the campus groups that successfully blend academic achievement and flat-out fun is the Baja SAE team.
The League of Legends Club combines gaming and teamwork in its attempt to build a campus community.
It's "game on" for this bean-bag band of Phi Mu Delta brothers, part of a national fraternity soon to observe its centennial.
A member of the Old Lycoming Volunteer Fire Co. talks with prospective recruits about a vital community service.
Among the smiling, campus-minded faces at Penn College is that of graphic design major Alexandra D. Petrizzi, Student Government Association vice president of public relations.
The Wildcat Events Board makes it clear how much fun involvement can be.
The Occupational Therapy Assistant Club finds a strikingly visual way to increase awareness of its campus presence.
Sapphire E. Naugle, a plastics and polymer engineering technology student, shows off a keychain made of her favorite material.
Student nurses – the heartbeat of Penn College – show that happiness and health can be contagious, too!
The Cru crew, having fun and making friends
Rebecca L. Pawlik, a registered dietitian with Dining Services, hands out healthy snacks and validates a student's proof of visit.
... and the cathartic benefits of aggressive accuracy!
... a laser-sharp focus across enemy lines ...
... exhibiting killer confidence ...
... anticipation in the heat of battle ...
Dodgeball: An underappreciated exercise in disarming one's opponent ...
"I Love Kittens," the night's ultimate winner, poses before the match ...
... and, again, with its victory Wildcat swag. Team members came back through the losers' bracket and beat Paul’s Disciples twice after the latter beat them in the quarterfinals.
Mohammed B. Rahman, a physician assistant major from Bronx, N.Y.,
visits one of the day's many informational tables.