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EDITOR

Mimi Mylin

ASSOCIATE EDITOR

Murray Hanford

STAFF WRITERS

Joe Guistina

Elizabeth Greenaway

Darrian McClellan ’16

CONTRIBUTORS

Michael J. Soloway

Chris Quirk

Sophie Herzing ’15

ART DIRECTOR

Murray Hanford

PHOTOGRAPHY

Chelsea Moore ’14

Gordon Wenzel

Ralph Wilson

CLASS NOTES EDITORS

Elizabeth Greenaway

Terri Brewer ’14

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

OF MARKETING AND

COMMUNICATIONS

James Raby

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MAGAZINE

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THE COLLEGE

6 DR. GABE’S FOLLOWING

9 STANLEY W. SLOTER ’80

NAMED CHAIR OF LYCOMING COLLEGE

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

10 TAKE BACK THE NIGHT EVENT:

INCREASES RAPE AWARENESS

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STUDENT ATHLETE

PROFILE

NICOLE CALELLA ’17

A LONG HISTORY

OF ACTIVE

CITIZENSHIP

A LOOK BACK TO SEE FORWARD

On Monday, May 4, 1970, the Ohio National

Guard fired on unarmed college student

protestors on the Kent State University

campus. Firing 67 rounds over a period

of just 13 seconds, the guardsmen killed

four students and wounded nine others.

Some of the students who were shot

had been protesting the Cambodian

Campaign, which President Richard Nixon

announced during a television address

on April 30, while others were merely

onlookers. There was a significant national

response to the shootings: hundreds of

universities, colleges, and high schools

closed throughout the United States,

and the event further affected public

opinion over the role of the United States

in the Vietnam War. That same week,

Lycoming College students participated

in a peaceful demonstration of about 413

people in Williamsport. The photo at right

captures the somber feeling of the time.

Most carry peace signs or wear armbands,

and others carry placards with the names

of the four students killed at Kent State.

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