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An interdisciplinary team of students and faculty from Physics and Economics researched and wrote a journal article on wealth tax for Chaos.
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 and the Pennsylvania Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s Student Leadership Council formally recognized PA Sen. Gene Yaw ’70 for helping to name the Eastern Hellbender the official amphibian of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Thanks to Yaw’s collaborated efforts with the SLC and Lycoming College’s Clean Water Institute, the Eastern Hellbender now stands as a symbol of Pennsylvania’s commitment to clean water.
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The Campaign for a Greater Lycoming was the College’s most ambitious fundraising initiative in its history, with a goal of $65 million. Lycoming challenged alumni, parents, and friends to Dare to Dream about creating an even greater institution, and during Homecoming & Family Weekend, the College celebrated extraordinary success, announcing more than $79 million in total support.
Lycoming College continued its climb up the U.S. News & World Report National Liberal Arts Colleges list this year, landing at No. 117 in the 2020 ranking — up 14 spots from the 2019 ranking. Lycoming College has consistently risen in the rankings, moving up 47 spots since 2016.
Lycoming College ushered in the class of 2023 and transfer students during its annual New Student Convocation. The class has the strongest academic credentials of any incoming class in more than a decade, with 25 percent ranking in the top decile of their high school class — six percentage points above average for freshmen classes of the past decade.
Saturday, November 9
Open houses at Lycoming provide an in-depth look at our top-of-the-line facilities, academic offerings, expert faculty, and hands-on learning opportunities, making them the perfect opportunity for high school juniors and seniors to narrow down their college lists.
Sunday, November 17, 6 p.m.
The Shangraw Performance Hall in the Mary Lindsay Welch Honors Hall
The members of the select ensemble apply their insights into historically informed performance and Baroque performance practice. The concert will feature period works under the direction of Lycoming College String faculty, John Paul Tobin.
November 20-23, 8 p.m.
Mary L. Welch Theatre
In a world where reality stars win political office, and everything from facts to feelings is likely to be fake, this play is a funny and disturbing exploration of what "reality" really means. By Lia Romeo; Directed by A’Feyah Smith '20.
November 22 - January 24
Lycoming College Art Gallery
Part of Lycoming College’s Curatorial Methods Class, students collaborate to choose works from a group of submissions from around the country to bring together this thematic exhibition of artwork.
Saturday, November 23, 7:30 p.m.
The Concert Band and Jazz Ensemble join forces for an exciting fall concert in Clarke Chapel! Concert goers will hear band favorites, beloved jazz standards, and featured student soloists. The concert is free and open to the public.
Community Arts Center
This production of The Nutcracker will feature live music by Lycoming College students and local musicians, under the direction of Dr. William Ciabattari, as well as a completely local intergenerational talent for the entire production, involving over 200 artists of all ages.
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