From Workout to 'Light's Out'
– Photos by Cindy Davis Meixel, writer/photo editor;
Rachel A. Eirmann and J.J. Boettcher, student photographers;
Senior Resident Assistant Joshua M. Worthing; and Anthony J. Pace, director of student activities
Party participants play “banh dua,” a fast-paced Vietnamese game with chopsticks and a tennis ball.
A word cloud projected on the wall helps answer, "What does 'multicultural' mean to you?"
A full-court press from the men’s basketball team!
Lines form at the food trucks, where students could use tickets for free items.
With Brazil as a backdrop, two Wildcats relish the lawn party: Princy Prasad (at center in black), a pre-physician assistant studies student from Philadelphia, and Nathalie Cordero, a practical nursing student from Hazleton.
... firelight adds its warmth against the encroaching rain clouds.
... glow-in-the-dark participants "pound" their way through a rigorous routine.
Using lightly weighted drumsticks engineered specifically for exercising ...
As dusk settles over the tent-dotted landscape at the ESC ...
Catching the Herdic Trolley to First Friday are (from left) students Amber L. Way, of Port Matilda; Keith A. Miller, of Bellefonte; John A. Wachob, of New Hope; Patrick C. Ferguson, of Williamsport; and Jacob T. Bower, of Shippensburg.
Members of the Susquehanna Valley Corvette Club raffles a vehicle to support a Penn College scholarship fund.
First Friday, a Williamsport tradition for nearly two decades, offers visitors an enticing blend of art, music, engagement and conviviality with new (and not-so-new) friends.
Taylor D. Lang, a May graduate in early childhood education, proudly stands at the family-owned Lang's Chocolates – among the downtown businesses offering a student discount.
The beauty of Pine Square, after dark
Worthing (left), of New Brighton, and Josh E. Rosenberger, of Chambersburg, show off their Outdoor Weekend accommodations.