February 23, 2011

Meet the Spring Semester Student Bloggers

Before beginning her studies in New Zealand, Rethna Eddy ’12 tried sailing, built a fort out of kayaks in the middle of the ocean, and watched a “scary” dance on sacred ground. Laquan Lightfoot ’11 explored what it means to be a “Millennial” on a retreat for Posse Scholars from New York City and Washington, D.C. Varsity basketball guard Andy Moore ’12 shared his home-grown formula for predicting the outcome of a Patriot League game.

These are some of the students sharing their Lafayette experiences this semester on Voices, the student blogging website.

Other contributors are Shrutarshi Basu ’11 (Kolkata, India), a double major in electrical and computer engineering and computer science; Elyse Schunkewitz ’12 (Montville, N.J.), a double major in American studies and art, who is studying in Israel this semester; and Zack Roberts ’12 (Durham, Conn.), a double major in engineering studies and economics, who is studying this semester in Lafayette’s faculty-led semester in Spain. In addition, economics major AJ Miller ’11 (Manasquan, N.J.), biology major Corey Shea ’11 (Hanson, Mass.), and chemical engineering major Rob Froio ’11 (Midlothian, Ill.) are collaborating on a weekly blog about their varsity baseball experiences dubbed Extra Innings.

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