With the semester well on its way to being over, only one item remains for the seniors is the biggest day of their lives, graduation. But for senior goalkeeper Kristina Maurer, graduation will have to wait until her season is over as a Lycoming College Lady Warrior for the women’s lacrosse team.
Volunteers from the Muncy Area Fire Company knocked down flames that consumed a garage located at 117 East Water Street, Muncy on Thursday, April 19. (Photo and video by Rod Knier)
Flames devoured a garage in Muncy Borough and partially seared a wall to an adjacent building late Thursday afternoon. The garage was owned by Dawn and Lee Myers, of 117 East Water Street, and the cause of the fire was being investigated by authorities.
The Lycoming County Commissioners and the Lycoming County Department of Public Safety are asking all residents and visitors to be extremely careful with ANY outdoor burning during the Easter Weekend. A best practice would be to refrain from any outdoor burning until after the region receives some rain. more»
Lycoming College was the recent recipient of a grant from the Alcoa Foundation, which provided recycling bins to all the residential students. Lycoming was one of 33 schools of higher education to receive a grant of this kind.
As anyone who has taken Dr. Richard Erickson’s intro to astronomy class can tell you, the sun goes through an 11-year cycle. Solar activity, flares, prominences, sunspots etc., peaks every 11 years then dips into a lull.
Nothing makes a child happier than spending an afternoon dying Easter eggs or hunting for them, working on various crafts, and using their drawing skills with an expansive amount of sidewalk chalk, which is why the Student Pennsylvania State Education Association Easter egg hunt was such a successful event.
Lycoming College senior Chris Bernstorf and junior Tyler Wuerthner performed a spoken word-acoustic music show with poet and folk artist Bradley Hathaway at the Christian Light Book Store on Washington Boulevard on March 24.
Although summer break is still a few weeks away, no one can deny that the recent warm weather was nice. In fact, many students spent last week on the quad either studying for tests, playing sports, or catching up with friends between classes.
Eleven Lycoming College students will be screening their video, film, and animation work at the Digital Media Video Annual held at the Community Arts Center from 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday. The winner of the Thomas Woodruff Jr. Grand Jury Prize award will be announced. Judges were Seth Goodman and Michael Darough.
Elisa Becker and Brandy Hale are doing a project through Dr. Payne’s Politics of Developing Countries class to raise awareness of an issue plaguing developing countries. They chose to look at fair trade, and then specifically coffee and worked with Nick Zolak in dining services to have a special coffee Wednesday.
While some students look forward to spring break as a time of rest and relaxation at home, the Lycoming College Tour Choir took a working vacation, traveling and performing through Southern California.
Almost everyone has been affected by cancer, whether directly or indirectly. It is the universal nature of this disease which allows it to bring so many people together in the fight for a cure. On campus, students participate in Relay for Life to contribute to the cause.
Recently, the only mascot at Lycoming College was Snowden Library’s “Snowden.” Although Snowden the snowman is adorable and an important part of “Snowden ‘til Two,” he is not fierce enough to be the symbol of Lycoming College’s sports teams and have never been considered the school’s official mascot.
The Lycoming College S-PSEA (Student-Pennsylvania State Education Association) again adopted St. Agnes Parochial School, Jefferson Parish, La., for its annual School Supply Drive. Donations are due by March 31.
Throughout the process of trying to make Lycoming College more sustainable, one of the instrumental players in the whole progression has been a group that probably would not be the first to come to mind.
Last week, 13 students and three advisers from Lycoming College’s Chapter of Habitat for Humanity, traveled to Illinois to spend their spring break helping people in need. The spontaneity of the trip made it a unique experience for the participants. The site was confirmed only two weeks before the trip.
For many centuries women have united over group stitching, whether it be stitching a sampler in the parlor or a quilting bee. Although “Raging Stitches” is not limited to women, it is a great opportunity for Lycoming College students to socialize, while being productive.
Over the past couple of years, a growing trend in the music industry, electronic dance music, or more commonly referred to as dubstep, has begun to make its mark on the world. This music, first originating in Europe, has been growing in popularity throughout the world over the last couple of years.
What is it about road trips that work well in cinema? Is it the special bonds between those that embark on them? Is it the lessons the travelers learn about themselves throughout their journey? Or is it the hilarious and seemingly impossible events that happen along the way?
With the Lycoming College community home on spring break the women’s lacrosse team went to work and finished winning three straight games, matching last season’s record. Due to the three-game win streak junior Brooke Strausser and senior Kristina Maurer earned the offensive and defensive Commonwealth Player of the Week awards.
The 2012 Lycoming College Men’s Lacrosse season is in full swing and No. 19, Luke VanEmburg, a senior, looks forward to ending his career as a Warrior on a high note. VanEmburg, a defensive midfielder, has seen time since his freshman year and has developed into an excellent college player.
Sunshine and nice weather were not all the women’s softball team had going its way while in South Carolina. The Warriors won five games and only dropped three while in the National Collegiate Softball Invitational. Two of the team’s losses were against Division II schools.