Friday, January 10, 2014
Thursday, January 9, 2014
|Howard Tran, left, Lycoming College associate professor |
and chair of the art department, helps a student work on a sculpture.
Wednesday, January 8, 2014
"The Cutters 2014 season opens on Friday, June 13 as Williamsport hosts the State College Spikes"The Philadelphia Phillies have announced that Nelson Prada will return to manage the Williamsport Crosscutters, the Phillies short-season class A affiliate, in 2014.
Prada led Williamsport to a record of 37-38 in 2013. Prior to joining the Phillies in 2013, he managed in the Minnesota Twins organization for 8 seasons. He has compiled an overall record of 473-456.
Joining Prada in the dugout will be pitching coach Aaron Fultz and hitting coach Shawn Williams who have both coached previously in Williamsport.
|Major (left) and Jimmy Gehron, |
during the first Little League season in 1939.
"Little League Big Legacy Project Aims to Create Massive Mosaic with Images Spanning 75 Years of Little League Memories While Supporting Local Leagues."SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, PA - Little League Baseball®, the world’s largest youth sports organization, has officially launched its Diamond Anniversary year, announcing an exciting slate of programming that celebrates the fundamental values of the program – community, family, friendly competition and relationships that last a lifetime. Little League® was founded in 1939, when the first Little League game was played in Williamsport, Pa., on June 6 of that year.
Tuesday, January 7, 2014
Christian Humcke, a junior majoring in music composition at Bucknell, will provide piano music.
All yoga sessions are free and will take place in the Weis Center Lobby from noon to 1 p.m.
The sessions will be held on the third Thursday of the month from January through May: Jan. 16, Feb. 20, March 20, April 17 and May 15.
Pre-registration is not required; however, participants are asked to come early and bring their own mat.
Yoga instruction will be led by Johanna Kodlick, RYT-200.
Saturday, November 2, 2013
|Jr RB Craig Needhammer goes over the top for the score|
WILKES-BARRE, Pa. – Junior Craig Needhammer (Lansdale, Pa./North Penn) leapt over the pile to put the Lycoming College football team ahead with 46 seconds left, but just 39 seconds later, King’s College answered to help it to a 28-24 Middle Atlantic Conference win at McCarthy Stadium afternoon, Nov. 2.
|The Seven Pines|
The Seven Pines
This red-brick, center hall colonial was built in 1938 by Frederick and Edith Heim in what became one of the finest neighborhoods in Williamsport. As president of the Williamsport Savings Institution, Mr. Heim insisted the home was built with the finest materials which included solid oak and pegged hardwood floors, a grand center hall staircase, crown molding in every room, and a large fireplace in the 35-foot long living room.
Drones have a negative bias in the media, says Cummings, because they are essentially seen as spy cameras. But most people don’t realise that when they are on a plane they are effectively travelling on a drone. The fly-by-wire technology that exists on all Airbus and many Boeing craft is the exact same technology that exists on drones.
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A recent study by Yale's Dan M. Kahan and colleagues might be thought to call these truisms of democratic political culture into question. According to the finding, the better you are at reasoning numerically, the more likely you are to let your political bias skew your quantitative reasoning.
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He succeeded beyond anything the journalists or Snowden himself ever imagined. His disclosures about the NSA resonated with Americans from day one. But they also exploded round the world.
For some, like Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren, it is a vitally important issue, one of the biggest of our time: nothing less than the defence of democracy in the digital age.
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