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Lycoming isn't somewhere you are, it's something you do.
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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Extra! Extra! Read all about it! The Lycoming College Chamber Choir made the front page of the arts section of the New York Times! The Lycoming College Chamber Choir participated in a project at Bucknell University singing a Pulitzer prize-winning composition by Julia Wolfe called "Anthracite Fields". The piece honors those who died or were affected by the coal mining industry in Pennsylvania. Check out the article!
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The Lycoming College Tour Choir traveled to China in May of 2016, an unforgettable tour that touched the lives of many people in the cities of Beijing and Shanghai. It was an incredible experience for our students, faculty, and staff who attended the trip, and for the people they impacted. Check out this beautiful video that reflects on the trip and shows off our amazing Lycoming College Tour Choir.
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An Exercise in Civil Public Discourse http://hubs.ly/H06WQxc0
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Congratulations to March's Club of the Month -- all of our Greek organizations! Our Greek organizations run our Food Recovery Network, a system in which students go to the dining hall at the end of everyday and gather food to be donated to the American Rescue Workers in Williamsport. It's an incredible action that couldn't be done without the work of amazing students who sustain the program. Since the program's inception in 2014, we've saved and donated about 30,000 lbs of food! Just another way to show our love for sustainability.
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Congratulations to our newly-elected 2017-2018 Student Senate Executive Board! They are: Michael Panczyszyn ‘19 - President, Katie Arestad ‘20 - Vice President, Jacob Afton ‘19 - Treasurer, Mikayla Feldbauer ‘20 - Secretary. We are so excited to watch this executive board do great things for our college next year! (Not pictured is Jacob Afton, who is currently studying abroad in Bamberg, Germany!)
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Did you hear? We were recently named as a 2016-2017 STEM Jobs Approved College by Victory Media, creator of STEM JobsSM media and resources for students interested in science, technology, engineering and math. The survey rates universities and colleges on their ability to connect programs and students with high-demand, high-growth STEM occupations. We were evaluated on how well we provide opportunities for students to explore STEM subjects, promote partnerships that foster STEM literacy and connect classrooms to careers, ensure coursework and activities have a focus on careers, and promote STEM programs that actively attract and engage under-represented student populations. Thank you to Victory Media for giving us this honor! We will continue providing awesome opportunities for all of our students.
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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
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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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