Architecture seniors prove equal to their tasks
Photos by Alexis M. Burrell, student photographer
Graduating architecture & sustainable design students presented their culminating work this past week in The Gallery at Penn College, among the final rites of passages in the dash to commencement.
A reception for the 21 students, whose "Architecture & Sustainable Design: Senior Capstone Projects" exhibit runs through Sunday on the third floor of The Madigan Library, celebrated the accomplishments amid a crowd that included family members, faculty, classmates, alumni and industry professionals. Each had been challenged to design and develop a prominent building in an urban setting, and all delivered magnificently.
Students showcasing their work are Steven A. Adams, Watsontown; Rodrigo Barrios-Piedra, Avondale; Zackary R. Burkhart, Milton; Terrell L. Davis, Philadelphia; Mark A. Dosa, Palm Coast, Florida; Beshoy A. Farid, Lancaster; Cyvae Hunte, Langhorne; Haley M. Kalvin-Gold, Boalsburg; Cole S. King, York Springs; Ben M. Kratzer, Middleburg; Christine A. Limbert, Curwensville; Brandon M. Malchano, McKees Rocks; Bryce A. Martin, Thompsontown; Dominic J. McClellan, Spring Creek; Andy M. McMullen, Hollidaysburg; Jacob M. Pusateri, Port Matilda; Amanda F. Ritter, Center Valley; Alec J. Rivera, Temple; Carter J. Simcox, Lock Haven; Rajni Thompson, Merion Station; and Lex R. Yocum, Watsontown.