Lycoming County

Mirabito to host Policy Committee hearing on state budget

December 31, 1969

News releases and media advisories from Rep. Mirabito.

Burglary Reported in Wolf Township, Hughesville

1 year 47 weeks ago

Burglary Reported in Wolf Township, Hughesville - PSP Montoursville continue to investigate a burglary which occurred shortly after 6:30 p.m. on May 15. Trooper Christine Fye said two people entered through a window of the Boak Avenue residence of Kyle Marc Houseknecht, 24. more»

Mirabito proposes resolution to return aviation unit to Williamsport

December 31, 1969

News releases and media advisories from Rep. Mirabito.

Mirabito votes to close Delaware Loophole and reduce CNI

December 31, 1969

News releases and media advisories from Rep. Mirabito.

House Democrats unveil Marcellus Compact to fix flawed shale drilling law

December 31, 1969

News releases and media advisories from Rep. Mirabito.

Lycourier staff bids farewell to Jan

April 23, 2012



By Julia Cuddahy
Lycourier Staff


This semester Lycoming College says farewell to Lycourier’s adviser, Janice L. Ogurcak. Beginning in 2000, Ogurcak has been working for Lycoming’s newspaper.

“When I first started here,” Ogurcak said, “the newspaper was in a tabloid format, originally half the size of a regular newspaper.”

C. Marshall named Lycourier Editor in Chief for 2012-2013

April 23, 2012


By Cody Marshall
Opinion Editor/Lycourier


As next year’s editor-in-chief, I can say that I am excited to tackle this position for the Lycourier. Being the opinion editor this year has prepared me for what I will be expected to do in my future with the newspaper.

Dining services celebrate Earth Day

April 23, 2012


By Victoria Irwin
Lycourier Staff


Lycoming College’s dining hall celebrated Earth Day 2012 with the college’s first local foods dinner.

College announces new meal plans; four options available for next year

April 23, 2012


By Julia Cuddahy
Lycourier Staff


Next semester the dining hall will be different once again. This time the changes are mainly concentrated in the meal plans. Instead of the standard three plans, there will be four.

“Plan A: Carte Blanche” is the usual unlimited meal plan that freshman are required to purchase.

Honors Convocation recognizes students, faculty

April 23, 2012
Photo ProvidedThe winners of the two faculty awards pose with Lycoming College President Dr. James E.

Joseph Andrie named Chieftan

April 23, 2012


By Victoria Irwin
Lycourier Staff


Lycoming College senior Joe Andrie, a biology major with minors in chemistry and Spanish, received the Chieftain Award during the Honors Convocation ceremony on Sunday.

Students voted for one of five candidates who were nominated for the award.

Students go barefoot for good cause

April 23, 2012


By Victoria Irwin
Lycourier Staff


Many Lycoming students have stepped forward to help children in need. Students did personal shopping and also are donating to a good cause: they have signed up to participate in the college sponsored TOMS shoes decorating day, scheduled Thursday, April 19, on the Quad from 11am-1pm.

Students test limits at ‘Fear Factor’

April 23, 2012

 Robert Rinaldo/ Lycourier

Dance Club ‘Owns the Night’ at spring show

April 23, 2012
Photo Provided by Kristy AngstadtAt left, senior Daniel Angstadt and freshman Megan Cunningham perform a

Saying good-bye to the ‘Lycourier’

April 23, 2012

By Aliza Davner
Editor-In-Chief 

Well Lycoming, here we are — the end of the road. I like to think of it as the end of an era, but I’m afraid that might come off as a bit too pretentious.

Senior staff spotlight: Aliza Davner

April 23, 2012


By Robert Rinaldo
Lycourier Staff


Aliza Davner, a senior English Literature major with a double minor in philosophy and German, will retire from her current position as editor-in-chief of the Lycourier at the end of the semester.

Students interview Res Life Candidates

April 23, 2012

Two candidates were on campus this week to interview for the director of Residential Life and Conferences.
Students were invited to attend the sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday, Daniel Miller, dean of student affairs, said.

Students who planned to attend the sessions received the resumes and candidate evaluation forms prior to the interviews.

Leadership awards honor clubs, organizations

April 23, 2012


By Samantha Ferraro
Lycourier Staff

Lambda Chi Alpha inducts new brothers

April 23, 2012


By Justin Ossont
Lycourier Staff

Green Corner: Sustainability Office, Semester wrap-up

April 23, 2012


By Alyssa Tomaskovic
Lycourier Staff


As the spring semester winds down, many people often take these last few days to look back on everything that has occurred this past year.

Public relations wins two awards

April 23, 2012

The Lycoming College Office of College Relations earned two awards during the 27th annual Educational Advertising Awards, sponsored by the Higher Education Marketing Report. This year, the total public relations campaign for Lycoming’s new admissions pieces was honored with a gold award and the annual President’s Report received a bronze award.

Lycourier spotlight: Paige Cole’s senior goodbye

April 23, 2012


By Paige Cole
College Life Editor/ The Lycourier


Although I’ve only been a part of the Lycourier staff for two years, I can honestly say that it has taught me a lot, just like my four years of college.

Finals are finally here ...

April 23, 2012


By Cody Marshall
Opinion Editor/ Lycourier


As finals are just around the corner, students are buzzing around campus with much on their minds. The semester end often comes quicker than students expect and course work builds up with little time to complete it.

Summer movie line-up hyped with excitement

April 23, 2012


By Robert Rinaldo
Entertainment Editor


This year has seen a number of hit releases in theaters. Currently, “The Hunger Games” is the highest grossing film of the year, but the year is still young.

‘Charley’s Aunt’ filled with laughter and fun

April 23, 2012


By John Villarose VI
Lycourier Staff

Senior Spotlight: Kristina Maurer

April 23, 2012


By Justin Ossont
Lycourier Staff


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.

Senior Goodbye: Kelly Prendergast

April 23, 2012


By Kelly Prendergast
Lycourier Sports Editor

The drive for artificial turf has begun

April 23, 2012
By Justin Ossont
Lycourier Staff

Cause of Garage Fire in Muncy Borough Under Investigation

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1 year 51 weeks ago

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.

High Forest and Brush Fire Danger

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2 years 1 week ago

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»

Mirabito: Bill to reduce size of legislature hurts rural Pa.

December 31, 1969

News releases and media advisories from Rep. Mirabito.

Mirabito honors Lance Cpl. Abram Howard

December 31, 1969

News releases and media advisories from Rep. Mirabito.

ARC receives $20,000 grant

April 4, 2012


By Aliza Davner
Editor in Chief/ Lycourier

New bins aid recycling efforts

April 4, 2012


By Kimberly Dreese
Lycourier Staff


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.  

Students honor professor with talent show

April 4, 2012

“Jerry Allen did not just teach us about theater, he taught us a lot about ourselves,” junior Molly Collier said as the rest of Alpha Psi Omega nodded in agreement.

Allen was such an inspiring character to the Theater Department as well as the rest of Lycoming College that APO dedicated a talent show in his memory.

Science Column: Rise and Shine

April 4, 2012


By Suzanne Smith
Lycourier Staff


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.

SPSEA holds egg hunt

April 4, 2012


By Samantha Ferraro
Lycourier Staff


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.

Students perform with noted poet

April 4, 2012


By Victoria Irwin
Lycourier Staff


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.

Green Corner: Using the New Bins

April 4, 2012


By Laura Walter
Lycourier Staff

LEAF plans kayaking

April 4, 2012


By Cassandra Mainiero
Lycourier Staff


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.

Alpha Xi Delta initiates new sisters; Announces Founders’ Day event: Sets events for Autism Awareness

April 4, 2012

On April 17 Alpha Xi Delta’s Iota Mu chapter will celebrate its seventh anniversary.

The sisters will observe the date with a special ceremony, a game night and ice cream.

The event will be held in Alpha Xi Delta’s lounge.

The women’s fraternity was added to the four other sororities at Lycoming College.

Arts Center sets Student video, film screening

April 4, 2012

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.

 Sara Griggs:  “I <3 Video Games”

Students do Fair Trade project

April 4, 2012
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.

You only live once, really?

April 4, 2012
By Cody Marshall
Opinion Editor/ Lycourier


We have all heard it, whether it be through Facebook or through word-of-mouth. This phrase has been making its way through our lives and is spreading fast: “You only live once,” or Y.O.L.O.

How is our generation applying this phrase? Not in a good way, as many may agree.

‘Operation Raccoon City’ flawed but enjoyable

April 4, 2012
By Robert Rinaldo
Entertainment Editor


“Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City,” a third-person shooter co-developed by Slant Six Games and Capcom, is one of the most hyped-up games of 2012.

‘Jolly good’ comedy’ dedicated to late director

April 4, 2012
By John Villarose VI
Lycourier Staff


Theater enthusiasts who haven’t seen the advertisements posted throughout campus may be happy to know that yet another play is being performed at Lycoming.

“Charley’s Aunt,” a comedy written by Brandon Thomas, will be performed in the Mary L. Welch Theatre from Wednesday through April 14.

‘Dragon Tattoo’ is a worthy remake to Swedish film

April 4, 2012

By John Villarose VI

Lycourier Staff


Hollywood seems to be following a trend in which critically successful Swedish movies are remade using American actors.

Crebs recognized for Hall of Fame

April 4, 2012


By Justin Ossont
Lycourier Staff


Warriors host NCAA division III week

April 4, 2012


By Kelly Prendergast
Lycourier Sports Editor


The NCAA’s first Division III Week starts Monday and the Lycoming College Athletics Department will host two events in its honor.

The events will recognize the student-athletes of Lycoming College as well as their relationship with the school and the surrounding community.

Men’s lacrosse soars over Elmira

April 4, 2012
By Justin Ossont
Lycourier Staff

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