Saturday, August 6, 2016

College Magazine Gets New Name, Redesign

Williamsport, PA - The Fall 2016 issue of Pennsylvania College of Technology’s magazine features a redesign and name change.

The magazine, known since its inception in 1991 as One College Avenue, becomes Penn College Magazine to reflect the college’s trademarked nickname. The publication’s contents receive a design update/refreshing.

The fall issue is mailed in early August. Among its features are stories on alumni Tom Giannattasio, a 2006 graphic design graduate and former Williamsport resident who recently sold his innovative Macaw web design/development software to InVision; and the late Cindy Spinello, a graduate and former part-time instructor who, after receiving a late-stage breast cancer diagnosis, devoted the last years of her life to making sure other women won’t share her fate.

Also featured are forest technology student Katalynn M. Thomas’s summer internship in Montana for the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs; the back-to-back women’s basketball scoring records set by sisters Kierstin and Jamie Steer, of South Williamsport; and the work of first-year exercise science students to coach clients to fitness victory.

Penn College Magazine is mailed to approximately 53,000 students, alumni and friends of Penn College and its predecessors, Williamsport Area Community College and Williamsport Technical Institute. Email subscriptions are also available.

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