Enter if you dare!
Halloween Week saw a typical mix of fun and fright across the Penn College campus – whether dressing up for co-workers; serving up "eerie entrees, scary sides and hauntingly delicious desserts" at Dining Services' annual "Boofet" in Capitol Eatery; or scaring up a giddily gory time at the American Welding Society chapter's "Arc Asylum." (The fun's just beginning, too. Watch PCToday early in the week for more tricks and treats!)
– Photos by Kollin G. Kisner, student photographer,
and Noelle B. Bloom, assistant dining services director (unless otherwise noted)
Lying down on the job, a crew member nonetheless shows his bona fides.
DIsgustingly inviting, and oh-so-hard to turn down
Dave C. Munro Jr., dining services leader, and Kaeleigh E. Schuler, dining services worker, put the "boo" in "peekaboo."
Please don't mistake this for a Career Fair.
Hmmm. Can't put a finger on what makes this "comfort food" so uncomfortable.
You can't say you weren't warned!
Brianna R. Walters, dining services worker, serves up something ghoulishly gooey ...
... marshmallow treats bearing the likeness of Frankenstein's monster.
This formidable presence, truly more friendly than he looks, is
Kyle A. Durrwachter, dining services worker.
Straight off their Florida lanai and into the Student & Administrative Services Center, "The Golden Girls" inhabit K-12 Outreach on Friday. From left are Tanya Berfield, director; Laura M. Machak, outreach specialist; Barbara J. Stevens, secretary; and Stefanie M. Shipe, coordinator of outreach. (Photo provided)
A pre-Halloween gathering of the women's soccer team highlights the distinct personalities – lifeguard and Lorax, hard hat and hula skirts, prisoner and provisions – that coalesce into a singular competitive unit at gametime. (Photo provided)
Dominoes fall into line outside the Office of Student Engagement, clearly the "spot" for connecting to a variety of campus life opportunities. From left are Allison Bressler Grove, director; Meghan R. Delsite Coleman, assistant director; Todd Moore, student affairs marketing specialist; Sherry A. McKinney, secretary; Shannon L. Skaluba, student organization specialist; Gayle M. Kielwein, coordinator of student engagement operations; and Jeremy R. Bottorf, coordinator of campus recreation. (Photo provided)
Wait'll you sink your fangs into these cookies!
A skeletal staffer demonstrates proper masking while effectively curtailing food waste.
When baked goods go bad
"Come into my dining hall," said the spider to the sweet tooth.
Halloween makes such strange labfellows.
Harley Quinn & Co. await their audience.
Beware the killer midterms!
No, no, no. I said 'TIG welding."
So much for "safety in numbers"
Balloons and clowns were once so festive, too.
A welcoming gesture to the brave and curious alike
Is that a flame-resistant apron?
An impressive instructional space by day, a splattered chamber of horrors for one night
Smiles on the outside, mischief in the offing
I don't know; he looks harmless enough!