The Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium (PERC) named Paige Bryson ’20, English a 2020 Campus Sustainability Champion. For the past two academic years, Bryson has been a member of, and intern for, LVC’s Environmental Sustainability Advisory Committee (ESAC). She’s managed all written and social media communications, including for the ESAC’s annual report, Green Living Guide, annual Earth Day, and other campus sustainability events. Bryson also served as a data intern, compiling an LVC Carbon Footprint report.
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Nine members of the LVC chapter of Phi Beta Lambda represented the College at the 47th Pennsylvania Phi Beta Lambda State Leadership Conference in April, with six of them placing among the top three in various competitions. This qualifies the six place-winners to compete at the National Leadership Conference in Baltimore in June.
Bryce Larison ’19—1st, Business Sustainability
Nicole Files ’18—2nd, Marketing Concepts
Brandon McMinn ’18—2nd, Accounting for Professionals; 3rd, Marketing Concepts
Tyler Isabelle ’19—2nd, Management Concepts; 3rd, Microeconomics
Paige Bryson ’20—3rd, Project Management
Adam Reed ’21—3rd, Accounting Principles
LVC is well known for student-faculty collaborations that lead to presentations and publications. However, two current students – Paige Bryson (English and business administration) and Rachael Speck (English) – took the next step by writing “Navigating Undergraduate Publications,” which was recently published on “Assay: A Journal of Nonfiction Studies.” The writers created a list of college literary journals, including LVC’s own Green Blotter, that welcome student submissions. Bryson is managing editor for Green Blotter, and Speck is an assistant poetry editor for the long-running annual publication.