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Art students take messages of acceptance and equality into surrounding community.
Take a virtual step onto College Place or stroll across the Quad on a student-guided tour and you'll feel right at home.
WBRE/WYOU recently reported on a criminal justice class at Lycoming College that took on the issue of criminal activity among local youth, and their research resulted in some potentional solutions to the issues that led to these instances of youth crime. Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Kerry Richmond, recent graduate Sydney Purcell, and Mayor Derek Slaughter comment on the work done.
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Lycoming College students in the Williamsport Internship Summer Experience (WISE) share what they have uncovered while working at Wildwood Cemetery. Caleb Hipple '23, Sadie Bossons '23, and Laura Ulrich '24 not only research the people buried there but write stories and develop tours for anyone interested.
Things look differently today than they did one year ago. With the COVID-19 pandemic, the world halted, and with it, opportunities such as internships fell through for many college students, one of them being Alexander Laubscher ’22. A helping hand from Anne Landon, career advisor with the CEAE, as well as a local alumnus, enabled the corporate communication major and graphic design minor to secure the experience he needed to build his resume.
With much work still to be done to understand the Covid-19 pandemic and its impact on nearly every factor of our society, one Lycoming professor is making it the focal point of a new course available to students this coming fall semester.
Friday, July 23
Lycoming College Campus
It’s never too early to begin your college search, and summer at Lycoming is the perfect time and place. During our upcoming Summer Preview Days, you’ll learn more about the high impact and even higher reward of our liberal arts education.