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Lycoming’s Days of Giving a Success

The Lycoming College community demonstrated its Warrior pride during its Days of Giving on April 12 & 13, 2022. The 4th annual fundraising event was the College’s most successful, resulting in 1,238 donors and $372,172 in 48 hours to help further the mission of Lycoming and create opportunity for its students.

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Building on Tradition: New Music Facility

Lycoming College will construct a new 14,000 square foot music facility on the southeast corner of campus. Slated to open in the fall of 2022, the building will house a signature rehearsal and recital space, classrooms, soundproof practice rooms, and offices for music faculty.

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The Shangraw Athletic Complex Enhancement Project

The Shangraw Athletic Complex Enhancement Project

The Shangraw Athletic Complex Enhancement Project will directly affect Lycoming College’s ability to nationally recruit and retain the highest caliber student-athletes by building one of the very best Division III athletic facilities. This project reflects Lycoming’s aspirations of excellence in athletics and for the College.

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We are Warrior Strong.

We have the opportunity to revolutionize the way Lycoming College puts the liberal arts to work for its students and further raise the value of a Lycoming education. We must challenge ourselves to think deeply and act boldly, just as Lycoming challenges every student. Help us build a strong and lasting future. Together, we are Warrior Strong.

Your support changes lives.

Maryam Haytham Esmat '21

Maryam Haytham Esmat '21, an international student from Cairo, Egypt, pursued her Bachelor of Science in astrophysics with a mathematics minor, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in creative writing with a fiction track.

The highlight of my Lycoming education was my research at the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI). I grew up learning about space through STScI's public outreach articles online; through them I learned about the James Webb Space Telescope — which has been my favorite telescope since I was fifteen. As a student, I got to be one of the people working on it at its very own headquarters. Helping scientists use the telescope's instruments to 'look back in time' to observe our universe as it was 13.5 billion years ago and observing planets outside of our solar system was all very wonderous!

I am grateful for the endless opportunities available at Lycoming. Your contributions to Lycoming support students like me and make a great difference in our Lycoming journey and future. For all this I say, 'Shokran,'' which is 'Thank You' in Arabic.


Apr 30

Lycoming College Alumni with the Pittsburgh Pirates

April 30, 2022

4:35 p.m., PNC Park, Pittsburgh

Enjoy a Saturday night at the ballpark with Lycoming College! We will start with a party on the Miller Lite Rooftop featuring food and beverages, and then enjoy a fabulous night as we watch the Pirates take on the San Diego Padres.

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Jun 3

Alumni & Reunion Weekend

June 3-5, 2022

We can't wait to see you on campus for Alumni & Reunion Weekend! Alumni from all class years, and their guests, are invited to join us for an unforgettable weekend of memory making.

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Jun 10

Lycoming Alumni Night at the Williamsport Crosscutters

June 10, 2022

Celebrate summer and the Crosscutters’ 2022 season with Lycoming alumni and friends! Join us in the Cutters Cove for dinner in the third base picnic area.

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Lycoming College honors four outstanding individuals with 2022 Alumni Awards

The Lycoming College Alumni Association Executive Board (AAEB) honored four remarkable individuals during the College’s Alumni & Reunion Weekend festivities on Saturday, June 4, 2022. Award recipients were selected by the AAEB board through nominations received from alumni and other members of the College community. AAEB past president Brad Webb ’05, along with current president Phil Levesque ’00, presented the awards outside on the campus’s Upper Quad on this beautiful day.

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Lycoming College receives $4,500 to support the Waterdale Environmental Education Center

Lycoming College is the recipient of a $4,500 donation from C&N to support the Waterdale Environmental Education Center (WEEC), a joint effort between Lycoming College’s Clean Water Institute (CWI) and the Williamsport Municipal Water Authority (WMWA). The gift has been made through the Pennsylvania Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program (EITC), of which the WEEC is a qualifying educational program. The EITC program offers businesses a credit to lower their tax liability through donations to educational enrichments initiatives such as the WEEC. C&N is committed to investing in local educational programs to champion a strong and prosperous community by creating more opportunities for children to thrive.

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New Lycoming College music building honors current president Kent C. Trachte

The three lead donors of Lycoming College’s new music building announced they will name the facility the Trachte Music Center, in honor of the College’s 15th and current president, Kent C. Trachte, Ph.D., and his spouse Sharon R. Trachte, Ph.D. Current and emeritus trustees Peter ’69 and Joyce Lynn, Dan Fultz ’57, and Stan ’80 and Jolene ’80 Sloter, each worked closely with President Trachte over the course of his nine years as president. They have named the building in recognition of the Trachtes’ leadership, contributions to the College and community, and love and appreciation for music.

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