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

Voices of Lycoming Audio Files

Bishop Fred Pierce Corson Bishop Fred Pierce Corson addresses the Lycoming Associate's Meeting of April 14, 1964. His talk focuses on resistance and success in the college's history.

John G. Detwiler Lycoming College President John G. Detwiler responds to student concerns about the resignation of Dean Marshall at an open forum sponsored by the Student Government Association, February 8, 1969.

Dr. Herberg Dr. Herberg, a graduate professor of Judaic Studies and Social Philosophy at Drew University, delivers the sermon during the chapel service on January 7, 1965.

Dr. Harold T. Hutson Dr. Harold T. Hutson discusses religion vs. relevancy in his February 10, 1970, lecture.

Dr. Napier Dr. Davie Napier, Holmes Professor of Hebrew Literature at Yale University, delivers the sermon during the chapel service on October 24, 1961.

Rev. Sittler Rev. Joseph Sittler, Professor of Theology at the University of Chicago Divinity School, delivers the sermon during the chapel service on January 25, 1966.

Dr. Sockman Rev. Dr. Ralph W. Sockman, pastor of Christ Church in New York City, delivers the sermon during the chapel service on March 31, 1959.

Dr. Paul Tillich Dr. Paul Tillich speaks to Lycoming College students, faculty, Williamsport citizens and area educational faculties in a public forum October 27, 1961.

Bishop D. Frederick Wertz Service of Consecration for the installation of Bishops D. Frederick Wertz and Roy Nichols, Northeastern Jurisdictional Conference, July 27, 1968.

Dr. D. Frederick Wertz Dr. D. Frederick Wertz presents the mid-year convocation address on January 31, 1961, as one of the first acts of his presidency at Lycoming College. Many references are made to the "weather forecast" that was part of President John F. Kennedy's State of the Union address the preceding day.


In his "Architects of Success" series, local broadcaster Sol "Woody" Wolfe tells the story of John W. Long, president of Lycoming College from 1921-1955.

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Voices of Lycoming