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Over fifty PTI students matched wits Wednesday in the Who Wants to be a Millionaire competition. The annual event, hosted by John Palko of Student Services, is a highlight of the winter games on campus. Nine games were played over two hours and competitors answered over 108 questions head to head. Tanner Rose, a PTI alumni, was the expert for the Lifeline calls when contestants needed some expert help.

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Rube Goldberg would be smiling this week. Rube was a great American cartoonist who created a series of popular cartoons depicting complicated gadgets that perform simple tasks in unique and convoluted ways. PTI CAD students rose to the Rube Goldberg challenge in a quest to make a unique and innovative gumball machine.

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When the groggy yet excited group of 36 PTI School of Hospitality students gathered early one morning last fall at Pittsburgh International Airport for their direct flight to San Francisco International Airport, nearly half of them had never flown the friendly skies before. When classes started nearly two years ago, two students from Maryland sat next to one another in class and learned they were actually distant cousins now attending the same college pursuing the same Hospitality Management‬ administration degree. Now these two students were about to start their respective internships and prepare for July 2016 graduation and job interviews. One hopes to land a job at a ‪#‎resort‬. The other wants to work as an ‪#‎agent‬, continue to travel and help others plan trips.

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What are some key health topics that affect a college student body the most? That was the motivation behind PTI School of Nursing students in selecting issues to address in their Health Fair on Thursday. As students and staff walked the various stations they were given presentations on several important issues such as breast and testicular cancer, influenza and antibiotics, and binge drinking.

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The Hour of Code movement is led by a non-profit organization with the objective of demystifying coding and demonstrating that anyone can learn the basics of coding.

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In between these amazing field trips, she cooks with local fresh ingredients and dines with her chef instructors, tasting wines and exploring the art of Italian food.

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Eight PTI DECA students boarded a bus for a trip to New York last week as delegates to a National DECA conference. DECA is a national business organization with chapters around the nation with the mission of preparing emerging business leaders and entrepreneurs.

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The PTI Energy Technology Center hosted an American Welding Society competition Friday as over 60 student welders completed for scholarships and glory. The competition had two tiers, high school level students competed for college scholarships and college level welders completed for prizes and recognition.

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First -term culinary students baked over 800 cookies and five of these students travelled to the event to man a table and distribute holiday cheer.

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“We are so pleased so many employers came” remarked Josephine Smith, Director of Career Services and host of the event. “It is a great turnout and an excellent time for our students to make important contacts”

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