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Charles Bergstresser, Class of 1881

July 11, 2014

Wall Street Journal Discusses Co-Founder Charles Bergstresser, Class of 1881

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Charles Bergstresser, Class of 1881, was discussed in the July 8 edition of The Wall Street Journal in a letter to readers from editor in chief Gerard Baker. The letter celebrated the newspaper’s 125th anniversary. Read the letter Bergstresser was the silent partner who bankrolled the publishing venture of Charles Henry Dow and Edward Davis [...]

Bruce Allen Murphy

June 18, 2014

Prof. Bruce Murphy’s Biography of Justice Scalia Featured in National Media

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Scalia: A Court of One, the latest biography by Bruce Allen Murphy, Fred Morgan Kirby Professor of Civil Rights, is receiving national media attention for its unflinching and thorough examination of one of the most polarizing and outspoken figures to serve on the nation’s highest court. Released June 10 to coincide with the conclusion of [...]

Professor Susan Averett and Nick Stacey '11 researched obesity in South Africa.

February 7, 2014

Research by Profs. Susan Averett and Julie Smith Featured in Time Magazine

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The latest research by Susan Averett, Dana Professor of Economics, and Julie Smith, assistant professor of economics, was featured in the Feb. 6 issue of Time magazine. It has also been mentioned in The Daily Mail (United Kingdom), the National Counseling Society’s website, and Counsel and Heal’s website. Read the article in Time The article, “Your [...]

Seth Gottlund '14

January 7, 2014

Seth Gottlund ’14 Featured in International Engineering Publication

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Chemical engineering major Seth Gottlund ’14 (Kutztown, Pa.) is the Featured Student for January in ChEnected, an online publication of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). Gottlund is co-president of Lafayette’s chapter of AIChE and serves as Mid-Atlantic regional liaison for the national AIChE. After graduating, he will work as an engineer in the Career [...]

Grossman House

December 23, 2013

Grossman House Featured in National Media

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The College’s environmentally sustainable renovation of the Grossman House for Global Perspectives has been featured in the December edition of University Business magazine. The publication covers topics in higher education management for presidents and other senior officers at two- and four-year colleges and universities. Read the article Built on High Street in 1915 by the [...]

Lafayette College

October 29, 2013

Lafayette Featured in Chronicle of Higher Education

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The College’s recent efforts to infuse diversity throughout the curriculum have been featured in the Oct. 28 edition of The Chronicle of Higher Education. The article, “Adding Diversity to Curricula, Starting in the Classrooms,” includes comments from Brett Hendrickson, assistant professor of religious studies, Hannah Stewart-Gambino, dean of the college, Provost Wendy Hill, Mary Armstrong, [...]

Kevin Mandia '92

July 18, 2013

Fortune Cover Features Kevin Mandia ’92 and His Discovery of Chinese Hackers

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Dubbed “the CEO who caught the Chinese spies red-handed,” Kevin Mandia ’92 is featured on the cover of this week’s Fortune. Founder and CEO of Mandiant cybersecurity company, Mandia released a 60-page report in February revealing that a military unit in China’s People’s Liberation Army located in an office just outside Shanghai is responsible for [...]

Dave Gnopo '15, an international student from the Ivory Coast, was able to teach the Malagasy students about the TOEFL and financial aid for international students from personal experience.

June 14, 2013

LIME Program Featured in USA TODAY

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The Lafayette Initiative for Malagasy Education (LIME) was featured in the June 13 edition of USA TODAY College. The article, “American Students Pave Way for High Schoolers in Madagascar,” highlights the work Lafayette students have done in the country over the last three years. Read the USA TODAY article Read more about LIME The program [...]

Macklemore

June 6, 2013

Lafayette’s Spring Concert with Macklemore Featured in XXL Magazine

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Lafayette’s Spring Concert last month in Fisher Stadium has been featured in the national media. The event was headlined by hip-hop sensation Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, with special guests Timeflies and DJ John Hamilton. A photo gallery of Macklemore performing and crowd walking appeared in XXL Magazine. View XXL’s coverage View more images of the [...]

Chris Kelly ’13, Hollis Miller ’15, and Professor Kira Lawrence in Van Wickle Hall

April 19, 2013

Professor Kira Lawrence Coauthors Paper Published in Nature

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Hollis Miller ’15 (Fort Washington, Pa.) is in the basement lab of Van Wickle Hall, extracting organic material from mud deposited on the ocean floor millions of years ago. She inserts a steel cell, which looks like a mouse-size dumb bell, into a machine called the accelerated solvent extractor. “A fancy coffee pot is how [...]