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Penn State Wilkes-Barre students attend spring break program


March 26. 2013 4:44PM


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Penn State Wilkes-Barre honors students finished academic coursework in Nevada and Arizona over the recent spring break. The course, which dealt with the culture and music of indigenous peoples of the American southwest, included on-site experiences of the Colorado River, the engineering and workings of Hoover Dam, the west rim of the Grand Canyon and native folklore and culture of the Hualapai Americans on their nearly million-acre reservation in Arizona. Participants, from left: Dr. Joe Jumpeter, honors adviser; Lee Kazokas; Connor Mangan; Randy Thompson; Kiley Foley; Tyler Gfeller; Sydney Doyle; Laura Mann; Nicole Weisner; Christine Tenny; Ian Wagner; Christina Pino; Randall Welsh; and Bill Bachman, honors adviser.




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