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The Eighth Annual Beer

& Pretzel Tent was as

popular as ever, bringing

alumni together for food

and fun with a variety of

pretzel treats and alumni

brews from Yuengling,

TrÖegs and Rusty Rail,

as well as Frozen Run

white birch beer. A special

feature this year was a

variety of technologies that let alumni and students see into the future

of Lycoming, try out potential classroom technologies, and have a bit

of fun posing in front of the GIF photo booth. Afterwards, attendees

headed outside for a laser light show, followed by a bonfire on the quad.

The rain didn’t stop students from making the annual

Homecoming parade a highlight of Saturday morning’s activities.

And, though some took cover at the Lycoming Looks to the Future

Tailgate Lunch at Shangraw Athletic Complex to enjoy warm food and

the hot chocolate bar, many braved the elements to support Warrior

football.

Later that evening, while 200 participated in the launch of the

Campaign for a Greater Lycoming, others headed toward downtown

Williamsport for the Party at Pine Square, enjoying good food and

drinks at the Brickyard Restaurant & Ale House and the Stonehouse

Wood Fired Pizza & Pasteria.

Whether it’s the Thomas B. Croyle ’70 Memorial Golf Tournament

that appeals to you, continuing a lifetime of learning at the Barbara

Haller Endowed Lectureship or becoming reacquainted with old

friends at one of the many social happenings, join us for the next

Homecoming Weekend, Oct. 6-8, 2017. Mark your calendar now!

HOMECOMING

Alumni across the country

came home to Lycoming

in October to reconnect

with old friends and re-

familiarize themselves

with their alma mater at

Homecoming 2016.

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LYCOMING COLLEGE 2017 SPRING MAGAZINE

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