The Lyco Lowdown: An Insider's View of Life at Lycoming

Let's Talk Culture - Part 1: The "big-talk" America

Posted by Nam Do on May 22, 2017 1:53:03 PM

[Words from author]

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Topics: Insider, Student Life, Social Issues, International Student Experience

Ranking Lycoming College's On-Campus Food

Posted by Dellon Jones on May 22, 2017 1:27:57 PM
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Topics: Insider, Student Life, Campus Dining

Wenn ein Warrior einen Berliner trifft

Posted by Nam Do on May 22, 2017 10:33:25 AM
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Topics: Study Abroad, Student Life, Liberal Arts Education, International Student Experience

When a Warrior meets a Berliner

Posted by Nam Do on May 22, 2017 10:33:09 AM

It has been three months since I moved to Berlin. Life was not so easy at first, but I have now gotten used to it. The city is certainly much different from Williamsport, the home of Lycoming College. There have been so far some aspects which I like and also those that I do not enjoy as much, but I would like to talk about all of them either way, because –who knows –maybe one day you will also decide to study abroad in Germany.

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Topics: Study Abroad, Student Life, Academics, International Student Experience

Columbinus Project

Posted by Briana Burley-Inners on May 22, 2017 9:08:22 AM
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Topics: Student Life, Campus Activities, Liberal Arts Education, Current Events

Fourteen Weeks

Posted by Dellon Jones on May 10, 2017 2:14:50 PM

The college academic year is divided into two semesters. Two fourteen week periods where students schedule their classes and choose which classes they actually attend or not. It’s a lot different from high school, which, for the most part, keep students in mostly the same classes throughout the year, save for a few interchangeable electives. I think the division of the year into semesters is one of the key things that differentiate high school and college. A semester can really fly by - after all, it is only 14 weeks.

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Topics: Insider, Student Life, Freshman Year, Academics

Deciding to Double-Major

Posted by Hedy Gerace on May 10, 2017 1:51:31 PM
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Topics: Student Life, Applying to College, Freshman Year, Liberal Arts Education, Academics

A List of Things to Take With You to College

Posted by Dellon Jones on May 10, 2017 1:33:53 PM
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Topics: Insider, Student Life, Applying to College, Freshman Year, Academics

smART Day One

Posted by Schai Bilger on May 10, 2017 9:10:10 AM

smART is a series of one-hour art lessons that are facilitated by the future art educators in the Art History 310 course. The program was offered to any local students grades K-12 that are in public, private, or homeschooled. This is the first semester that Lycoming has held such an event for the students to practice teaching art to other students and has been well received throughout the Lycoming community. Surprisingly, registration for this event filled up in less than a day of it being available! As we started planning for this event, we were shocked by the number of people who want this type of program!

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Topics: Student Life, Liberal Arts Education, Academics, Community Based Learning

Laci Green on Rape Culture

Posted by Ali Preston on May 9, 2017 12:46:32 PM
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Topics: Student Life, Campus Activities, Current Events, Social Issues