Aerial view of campus with Williamsport, the Susquehanna River and Bald Eagle Mountain as a backdrop

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By purchasing Warrior Coffees, you are supporting educational opportunities for Lycoming students to study and conduct research in the developing world. Students from all majors will have the chance to learn the science of growing coffee while designing and implementing community and economic development projects relevant to their major.

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  • Karl Fisher, owner of Alabaster Coffee Roaster & Tea Co., picks coffee.

    Karl Fisher, owner of Alabaster Coffee Roaster & Tea Co., picks coffee.

  • Zachariah Staver ’21 helps fix a local boy’s tricycle.

    Zachariah Staver ’21 helps fix a local boy’s tricycle.

  • Karl Fisher, owner of Alabaster Coffee Roaster & Tea Co., conducts a cupping session with locals, as well as Lycoming faculty and staff.

    Karl Fisher, owner of Alabaster Coffee Roaster & Tea Co., conducts a cupping session with locals, as well as Lycoming faculty and staff.

  • Brittney Gross '18 as a research assistant conducting needs assessments to help determine power needs of the community.

    Brittney Gross '18 as a research assistant conducting needs assessments to help determine power needs of the community.

  • Caroline Payne and Fellow Brittney Gross ’18 discuss solar lighting needs with farmers in the cooking building.

    Caroline Payne and Fellow Brittney Gross ’18 discuss solar lighting needs with farmers in the cooking building.

  • Green coffee bean buyer Jay Ducote learns the process of collecting and preparing freshly picked beans.

    Green coffee bean buyer Jay Ducote learns the process of collecting and preparing freshly picked beans.