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Vietnamese student Nam Do '18 came to the United States to pursue an education at Lycoming that would allow him to explore passions and broaden his horizon.
Take a virtual step onto College Place or stroll across the Quad on a student-guided tour and you'll feel right at home.
Born during the Whitehill Duals while his father, Lyle, wrestled his senior year at Lycoming College in 1996, senior Garrett Wesneski (Canton, Pa./Canton Area) always seemed fated to wrestle at the school, even after spending three years at the University of Maryland before deciding to finish his career at Lycoming under the guidance of his dad's former coach, Roger Crebs, in the summer of 2017.
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Fourteen students from the Lycoming College Theatre program participated in this year’s Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. Junior theatre major A’Feyah Smith won the KCACTF Region II National Directing Fellow Award -- the highest recognition awarded to a student-director.
Hundreds of volunteers paid tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr., by gathering at Lycoming College to pack meals for local families in need.
The Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation has awarded a seventh consecutive grant to Lycoming College, this time in the amount of $720,000, bringing its total giving to the College to $4.22 million.
Sunday, April 7
Now that you’re officially accepted, come celebrate without the added stress of applications. Whether you’ve confirmed enrollment or you’re still deciding, get a fresh perspective on life at Lyco. Join potential classmates and future professors in this day just for you!
Wednesday, March 27, 5:30 p.m.
Join Dick Yuengling (Class of 1966 and 2016 Outstanding alumnus award winner) and his daughters for a discussion about family-run Yuengling Brewery.
Tuesday, April 2, 4 p.m.
Mary Lindsay Welch Honors Hall, Shangraw Performance Hall
Ramiro Martinez, Ph.D., professor of sociology and criminology and criminal justice at Northeastern University, will address the Lycoming College community on the impact of immigration on violent crime, drawing from an extensive body of empirical research regarding racial/ethnic disparities in crime and the criminal justice system, and in immigration, crime and justice.
March 1 - April 6
Lycoming College Art Gallery, 25 W. Fourth St., Williamsport
The exhibition features Vince Cianni’s documentary photographs on issues related to social justice, and civil and human rights.
Friday, April 5, 7 p.m.
Community Arts Center
Our sixth annual gala will feature the Lycoming College Choirs, Concert Band, and Community Orchestra in a diverse selection of repertoire.
Monday, April 8, 7:30 p.m.
Guest lecturer Jane Dailey, Ph.D., associate professor of American history at the University of Chicago, will delve into racially restrictive marriage laws, and the state-enforced system of racial identification that those laws have imposed.
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