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Lycoming isn't somewhere you are, it's something you do.
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Lycoming isn't somewhere you are, it's something you do. Watch our latest video to find out why our students, alumni and faculty are proud to say "I Am Lycoming."

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Interested in studying education? Choose from several different certifications and pair your choice with another major. Check out the awesome experiences of last semester's student teachers! http://www.lycoming.edu/news/stories/2017/01/fall-2016-education-majors.aspx

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Interested in studying military science? Check out our ROTC program! Read all about the daily lives of cadets and what life after college looks like: http://www.lycoming.edu/academics/rotc.aspx

In the spirit of Valentine's Day, we love to highlight the love stories of our Lycoming community. Joseph Ingrum, a history and archeology major from Lodi, California, is displaying his exhibit titled "Lyco Love Stories: Volume 2" featuring campus love stories. The exhibit will be on display through the end of February, and is located near the Research Help Desk on Snowden Library's first floor.

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Happy Throwback Thursday! Did you know the quad used to be an athletic field? Check out this photo taken in 1945 of the old field. Now, the quad, officially known as the Fultz Quadrangle after trustee emeritus, Daniel G. ’57 ’01H Fultz, is used as a multi-purpose space, whether that be for graduation in May or building snowman in the middle of December. Share your fond memories of the quad with us!
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Have you met Andrew Vinogradsky? Andrew is a junior digital media communications major from Catonsville, Maryland. He recently returned from a semester abroad in Italy! Read all about Andrew here: http://www.lycoming.edu/profile/student/2018-graduates/andrew-vinogradsky.aspx

On February 14th, the Lycoming College Choir and the Williamsport Symphony Orchestra, along with other community choirs, will be performing Mahler's Symphony No. 2, "The Resurrection", at the Community Arts Center at 7:30pm. The concert is a unique opportunity to hear the best musicians and singers in the region united to perform one of the greatest, most profound and transcendent symphonies of all time. As a long-time annual supporter of the Williamsport Symphony Orchestra, we proudly sponsor this performance. Incredible events like these are made possible by our collaboration with the Community Arts Center and Penn College to bring high-level performances and speakers to the Community Arts Center. We hope to see you there!

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Interested in studying neuroscience? Formerly just a minor, neuroscience is now offered as a major! Students learn to examine the brain in this research focused program, studying cognitive, behavioral, cellular, and molecular neuroscience. Examine the program here: http://www.lycoming.edu/neuroscience/

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Casey Martindale '17, a digital communications major from Davidsonville, MD, was recently recognized by minor league baseball team, The Williamsport Crosscutters, where she interned in 2016, for her amazing documentary on one of their employees. "Directing Smiles" is about Rhashan West-Bey, the team's Director of Smiles. The story and the work are beautiful. Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Op8Ofqu18Pc

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On January 8th, Lycoming alum Edward Hunter '04 was ordained into the Holy Priesthood at Holy Cross Orthodox Church in Loyalsock Township, PA. Hunter was an exceptional religion student at Lycoming, earning The Faculty Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement in Religion and Archaeology during his senior year. He must've mad a big impact on the religion department because Dr. Johnson, chair of the religion department and Hunter's former professor, came to his ordination. How awesome! We love when students build these relationships with professors, and when professors support students long after graduation.
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