John Monkam ’16 and
Whitney Rosenberger ’16
Along with the annual Thomas B. Croyle ’70 Memorial Golf
Tournament, the weekend featured a retrospective art exhibition
by emeriti faculty Jon Bogle and Roger Shipley at Lycoming’s
downtown art gallery, as well as tours of the new Lynn Science
Several experts provided insight into various topics including
Dr. Philip Levesque ’00, who discussed biomanufacturing, Emeritus
Professor Robert Larson, Ph.D., who outlined the strategies of
Eisenhower and Rommel during World War II, and Professor
Caroline Payne, Ph.D., who discussed the politics of coffee as part of
the launch of Lycoming’s newest coffee variety, Warrior Blue.
The famous Sixth Annual Beer & Pretzel Tent featured beer by
Rusty Rail Brewing Company, which was launched by alumni Paul
John ’85 and Eric John ’90. The weekend included gatherings for
choir alumni, fraternities and sororities, the President’s Dinner and
an “Around the World” mug party featuring food and drinks from
The alumni association executive board honored four individuals
at its annual awards ceremony for successes in their respective
fields, dedication to the College and impact on social issues
(see page 44).
The Class of 2015 and college officials dedicated the class gift,
Logjam, an outdoor classroom inspired by Williamsport’s logging
history. The artfully-designed benches were installed on the north
lawn of the Academic Center to serve as a beautiful and functional
outdoor classroom and gathering space.
Several Warrior athletics teams saw success with victories
for men’s and women’s soccer, football and women’s swimming.
Alumni tailgating before the competitions provided a lively
atmosphere and included affinity gatherings for political science
graduates, clergy and Greek life alumni.
The weekend closed with a Lycoming Baroque Choir and
Orchestra concert in Clarke Chapel, featuring alumni, students and
members of the Williamsport community.
More information about the awards, Logjam and Homecoming
2015 can be found on Lycoming’s website:www.lycoming.edu
Additional photos are available on the Alumni Association
Images left to right
• Logjam dedication, a gift from the class of 2015
• Claire (Zido) ’12 and Myles ’12 Biggs pose with a Rusty Rail representative
• Buddy Knoebel ’65 and Bill Bachardy ’66
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