WEB Block Party Provides Finals-Prep Reprieve

Published 05.01.2018

Student News

Testing their mettle on the bungee jump are (from left) Carlos J. Roddy, a pre-nursing major from Williamsport, and Calvin E. Anderson, of Wellsville, enrolled in engineering design technology.Fittingly seated at the gardening table are horticulture/landscape technology classmates (from left): Jaclyn N. Wolf, Gettysburg; Laura E. Cholko, Port Carbon; Aaron A. Sledge Jr., Pittsburgh; and Adriana S. Lee, Williamsport.Reed, a self-taught and Florida-born solo artist, shares her talents.Not throwing away his shot is Darrian L. Weiser, of Duncannon, an electronics and computer engineering technology student.Exercising hands-on artistry at the tie-dye station are (from left) Amber L. Way, of Port Matilda, pre-occupational therapy; Shannon R. Shelly, of Schnecksville, nursing; and Holly J. Wilson, of Lock Haven, business administration: marketing concentration.The Wildcat Block Party, originally dubbed "Outdoor Adventure" but moved inside as a rainy-day precaution, built a relaxing bridge between Friday's end of classes and Monday's start of finals. Students enjoyed free food, bungee jumping, a "Make Your Own Zen Garden" station, music by Taylor Reed and much more Wildcat Events Board-sponsored fun.
Photos by Rachel A. Eirmann, student photographer