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WVIA: Pa. sees high grocery price inflation. Economists, senator weigh in

Mica Kurtz provided expert opinion for a story on grocery store price inflation.

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Douthat lecturer Krista Ruffini to address Lycoming College on income assistance programs and health effects

Lycoming College’s annual James and Emily Douthat lecture series will host Krista Ruffini, Ph.D., assistant professor of economics at Georgetown University, for a talk entitled, “Income, Health, and Government Policy: How the Social Safety Net Can Promote Well-being.” The talk, slated for Thursday, Oct. 19, 7:30 p.m., will take place in the Trogner Presentation Room in the Krapf Gateway Center.

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Entrepreneur speaks about founding business based on inclusion

In a celebration of women entrepreneurs, Lindsay Wrege will address the Lycoming College campus with a talk entitled, “Student to CEO: Dream Big and Start Small,” on Wednesday, Sept. 27,, at 7 p.m., in Trogner Presentation Room in the Krapf Gateway Center. The event is sponsored by the department of business administration and is free and open to the public.

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New faculty arrive at Lycoming College for 2023-24 academic year

Lycoming College welcomed several new faculty members to campus for the 2023-24 academic year, bringing a breadth of knowledge to classrooms at the nationally-recognized liberal arts and sciences institution.

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Visiting Economics Professor to discuss the relevance of historic economist

“Democracy must be defended today, at any cost. Tomorrow, when the principles which we can defend today have been passed into the hands of a totalitarian state, will be too late.” – Sadie T.M. Alexander

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Lycoming alumnus shares challenges, rewards of entrepreneurship

Lycoming College alumnus Marshall Winters ’07, will return to his alma matter to speak as part of the James W. Harding Executive Speaker Series on Tuesday, March 21, at 7 p.m. in the Trogner Presentation Room, in the Krapf Gateway Center. His talk, entitled “Entry-Level Entrepreneur,” will focus on the challenges and rewards of entrepreneurial endeavors. The event is free and open to the public.

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Wertz Scholar finds “life skills” during study abroad in Barcelona

When deciding where to pursue a bachelor’s degree, Williamsport native John Confair ’23 didn’t have to travel far from home to find his best-fit at Lycoming College. But after winning a Wertz scholarship for high achieving students, he travelled across the ocean to spend a semester studying abroad in Barcelona, Spain.

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Lycoming College welcomes new faculty for the 2022-23 academic year

Lycoming College is pleased to welcome eleven faculty members to its community this fall, bringing with them extensive knowledge and experience in their fields. With ecocriticism on the theatre stage, operatic styles in the music hall, Anglo-modernism in literature, expertise in stellar evolution, and more, these professors will enrich the classrooms at Lycoming College.

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WBRE: Lycoming College student self-publishes debut book

Lycoming College's Emma Klopp '23 launched her debut children's book on PA LIVE!

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Lycoming College graduate, OLE coordinator accepted into teaching program in France

At Lycoming College, studying a different language can expand your horizons. Evan Armstrong ’21, coordinator for the outdoor leadership and education program at Lycoming, recently was accepted into the Teaching Assistant Program in France (TAPIF), a competitive opportunity to teach English to students of all ages. The program is designed to provide experience to undergraduates with an interest in global careers, including education, international business, international policy and development, and more.

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Off to the printer: Lycoming College student publishes debut children’s book

Lycoming College is pleased to recognize the outstanding achievement of Emma (E.P.) Klopp ’23, design and technical theatre major with an entrepreneurship minor, on self-publishing her debut children’s book titled, “An Orange Dog Named Blue.”

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WBRE: Popular career paths for college graduates

WBRE reports on some popular majors at Lycoming College and what 2022 graduates have planned for the future.

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