Last Friday, Dean Miller sent an email to the college community informing students that student access to Crever has been restricted. Until the end of the semester, only Crever residents can access the building with campus security checking people entering the building.
On March 19, the student body learned that fear is not a factor for Max Lamport and Josh Allabaugh. The pair of sophomores took the title in the college’s Fear Factor and each took home a $75 Visa gift card. Zach Kling and Dan Yoder came in a close second.
On March 3, sophomore Vincent Clay received an email from the Student Senate confirming the newest organization on campus, Lycoming Entertainment. Meetings are scheduled on Wednesdays at 8:00 in Clarke Chapel room 10.
The 2014 Senior Art Show will run from April 3 to May 6 in the Snowden Library art gallery. The best work of the 21 participating seniors will be showcased from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Like the name of the show suggests, these students have been working too hard on their art to create a ‘witty’ title.
Perhaps the most important perspective in the recent restriction of access to Crever is that of the residents of Crever. This is not a point of view that we have within our staff, but I did talk to residents and regular visitors of Crever and got their opinions on the matter.
“The Cradle Will Rock” in the Mary Welch theatre April 9-12 at 8 p.m. Tickets are available in the box office and are free to students with their ID. This musical will be a co-production with the Lycoming College Music Department.
The “spring” weather has not cooperated with spring sports here in PA. Six straight doubleheaders have been postponed for the Warrior softball team. After great success in their spring break tournament, the team returned from South Carolina and was welcomed by winter weather.
Last Tuesday, Campus Activities Board Concert Chair Sara Anthony announced that the campus concert will feature AWOLNATION. Anthony made the announcement during dinner at Wertz Dining Hall that the Billboard chart-topping band will be performing at Lycoming on April 11.
New dining policies have been added since the return from spring break. For starters, there has been an upgrade in the flex dollars system. If a student runs out of flex dollars, he will get 10% more flex dollars if he purchases at least $50 of flex dollars, according to an email sent out by Dining Services.
Matthew Diemer, the leader of the interest group for students of non-religious affiliation has begun the process to establish the Secular Student Alliance as an official club. Diemer hopes that creating this club will help students find acceptance and discuss issues while finding those who share their views.
I’m stressed. And not in the normal, “Oh, I’m a college student, I’m stressed,” way. Or, at least not in a way that I’ve experienced before. No, I’m stressed in a way that is unique to a college senior, and I’m pretty sure most seniors understand the way I’m feeling.
Lycoming is about to experience a Revolution. Junior Victoria Goodwin and senior Cathy Vargas are responsible for bringing Revolution Against Rape to the campus. Goodwin started the club after connecting with the original chapter at the University of Connecticut. Vargas will be the club’s president.