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A'Feyah Smith '20 from St. John, Virgin Islands, was awarded highest student-director honors at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival.
Take a virtual step onto College Place or stroll across the Quad on a student-guided tour and you'll feel right at home.
Lycoming College student Mikayla Feldbauer ’20 of St. Marys, Pa., was recently awarded a Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship for her senior year of study. With this award, Feldbauer joins an elite group of young scholars who show exceptional promise in becoming the next generation of research leaders.
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Lycoming College today added two recent graduates to its list of Fulbright award winners. Recently named among the 2019-20 class of prestigious Fulbright scholars, the two will travel to opposite ends of the globe to pursue teaching endeavors, to enrich their understanding of different cultures, and to share American culture with their students.
Pennsylvania is getting an official amphibian, a nocturnal, unsightly salamander thats sometimes known as a snot otter, lasagna lizard or mud devil... Members of the Chesapeake Bay Foundations student leadership council began the campaign to designate [the hellbender] as the states official amphibian, and their efforts were aided by Lycoming Colleges Clean Water Institute.
Take a walk around Lycoming College's campus in Williamsport this month and you may notice some teal ribbons. The ribbons are part of a bigger month-long event. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. On campus, Kristina Travis is working with students to get the word out about support services.
May 31 - June 2
This year's Alumni and Reunion Weekend at Lycoming College will be celebrate reunion classes ending in 4 and 9. There will also be ceremonies to honor alumni award winners and hall of fame inductees.
May 31 - June 29
Lycoming College Art Gallery, 25 W. Fourth St., Williamsport
“Of These Unknown” is an alternative photographic exploration creating visual answers to abstract questions.
July 5 - August 30
"Singular Fable" explores themes of passage and escape through a variety of media.
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