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Apply within
From admissions tour guide to chemistry tutor, options
are plentiful with Lycoming’s student work-study
program.
Gratitude and gumption
Briana (Lewis) Hassibi ’01 maintains a happy-go-lucky
spirit while facing a debilitating disease.
Something to think about
Find out why psychology is one of the most popular
programs on campus.
Finding independence
Bob Zurowski ’09 puts the versatility of his liberal arts
education to good use after a life-changing operation.
Patience leads to peace
Capt. Pamela Sue Tipler ’05 leaves small-town
America to become a flight surgeon in the Sinai.
Around the Quad
Warrior Athletics
Alumni News
Class Notes
Jerry Rashid,
editor
Director of College Relations
Murray Hanford
Publications Manager
Casey Spencer ’05
College Relations Specialist
Joe Guistina
Asst. AD/Sports Information Director
Amy Dowling ’04
Director of Alumni Relations
Contributors
Jake Briggs ’14
Savannah Hanford ’15
Jay Innerarity
Ralph Wilson
Bob Zurowski ’09
Class Notes
Terri Brewer, Casey Spencer ’05
Printing
Prestige Color Inc.
Send comments or
suggestions to:
Office of College Relations
Lycoming College
700 College Place
Williamsport, PA 17701
(570) 321-4137
Send address changes to:
Office of College Advancement
Lycoming College
700 College Place
Williamsport, PA 17701
Give us a call
Area Code 570
College Switchboard
321-4000
Office of the President
321-4101
Academic Affairs
321-4102
Admissions
321-4026
Advancement
321-4347
Alumni Relations
321-4134
Athletics
321-4110
College Relations
321-4037
Lycoming Magazine
is published three times
a year by Lycoming College. The views
expressed in this magazine do not necessarily
reflect the policies and positions of the
College.
On the cover:
Lycoming work-study students
(clockwise) Kendra Bitner ’14, Percy
Fields ’13, Amanda Watsula ’13, Stephanie
Figueroa ’14, Lindsey Wittlich ’13 and
Timothy Kocher ’14.
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