Milk ... and human kindness
– Photos by Alexis M. Burrell, student photographer (unless otherwise noted)
Stauffer, an automation engineering technology: robotics and automation major from Bath, encourages students to pet a calf and join WEB.
How now, brown cow?
Stauffer leads a 3-week-old Brown Swiss calf along the petting trail.
Students and staff mingle with their afternoon guests.
Sue Mapes shows a calf to students.
No shortage of attention
Cows get "the zoomies," too!
... comfortably oblivious to affection from graphic design juniors Savanah M. Tillotson (left), of Williamsport, and Anna M. Grimshaw, of Mount Gretna.
During an eventful day, a week-old visitor takes a nap outside the PDC ...
WEB information, free for the taking
Staffing the WEB information table (from left) are McKenna N. Myers, of Northumberland; Stauffer; and Serena V. Bergeron, of Lansdale.
In addition to receiving nutritional information from the college's registered dietitian, students could decide what to call the yet-unnamed calves. The winning names will be announced on social media.
Two members of the Wildcat women's soccer team – Kaelan M. Cronan (left), of Leesport, and Morgan Feeley, of Bridgewater, N.J. – relish the moment. Cronan is a nursing major; her teammate is enrolled in applied health studies: radiography concentration.
(Photo by Frank T. Kocsis III, a graphic design student from Dickson City)