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Students relax on the Adirondack chairs on the Quad.

July 25, 2014

Photo Gallery: Summer at Lafayette

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Summer brings long hours of sunshine on Lafayette’s stately buildings and magnificent grounds. The College’s beautiful campus sits on 340 acres and has 69 buildings merging modern and historic architecture. Check out a photo gallery of campus images. View and share more summer images on Flickr

Mary Toulouse, director of the Language Laboratory, Amanda Furtado Sampaio '16, and Professor Michelle Geoffrion-Vinci go over Sampaio’s LaFolio in the Foreign Language and Literatures Resource Center.

July 25, 2014

Students Score Powerhouse Résumés with LaFolio

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After studying a foreign language during their time at Lafayette, how well prepared are students to answer the question “What do you know in your second language and what can you do with this knowledge?” Thanks to the Lafayette World Languages e-Portfolio Initiative, students who have built an e-Portfolio have no problem answering that question. [...]

field hockey huddle

June 20, 2014

$1.2 Million Rappolt Field Renovation Underway

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A $1.2 million renovation is underway at Rappolt Field, the home of Lafayette field hockey. The improvements include the complete replacement of the playing surface, which was installed in 2000 when the facility opened, and the addition of a permanent irrigation system. Rappolt Field’s new playing surface will be Astroturf 12, the company’s latest product [...]

Alex Karapetian ’04 and Brendan Malone '15 at Acopian Power Supplies

June 19, 2014

Students Explore Electrical Engineering at Acopian Power Supplies

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Four students got to shadow several engineers and observe the design, manufacturing, production, and testing of products during an externship at Acopian Power Supplies in Easton, Pa. Alex Karapetian ’04, director of sales and marketing at Acopian, served as host for electrical and computer engineering majors Sam Cesario ’15 (Matawan, N.J.), Nicholas DiNino ’15 (West Hartford, Conn.), [...]

Distillation Plant

June 18, 2014

State-of-the-Art Distillation Plant Bridges Classroom and Industry

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Seth Gottlund ’14 has accepted a position with Air Products & Chemicals in Texas, thanks in part to his experience at Lafayette with the type of distillation columns the company uses. He worked on the new state-of-the-art distillation plant installed in the Chemical Engineering Unit Operations Laboratory as part of his senior design project. Although [...]

Peter Todaro '16 and Julia Kripas '15 harvest and clean vegetables at LaFarm.

June 18, 2014

Serious Environmental Stewardship: Campus Community is Committed to Sustainability

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At Lafayette, green is the new maroon. The only school in the Lehigh Valley that signed the Presidents Climate Commitment – a 2008 initiative that saw 450 colleges and universities nationwide pledge to reduce campus greenhouse-gas emissions – Lafayette has set a high bar for environmental sustainability. “We’re committed to conserving natural resources, making good [...]

Mimi Connell ’15, Megan Zaroda ’07, and Carolyn DeMeo ’15 at Weber Shandwick’s office in New York City

June 1, 2014

Discovering the World of PR in New York City

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Mimi Connell ’15 (Paoli, Pa.) and Carolyn DeMeo ’15 (Short Hills, N.J.) got a firsthand look at marketing and ad campaigns for Oreo and the 2014 Winter Olympics during an externship at Weber Shandwick in New York City. Weber Shandwick is one of the world’s leading global public relations firms with offices in major media, [...]

Provost Wendy Hill

May 29, 2014

Rothkopfs’ Gift Honors Wendy Hill

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Former Lafayette President Arthur Rothkopf ’55 and his wife, Barbara Rothkopf, have provided a gift to name the neuroscience lab in Oechsle Hall in honor of Wendy Hill. President Alison Byerly announced the honor at the annual pre-Commencement dinner May 23. Hill, the provost, dean of the faculty, and Rappolt Professor of Neuroscience, will complete 25 [...]

Carly Trachtman ’16 warms up prior to the performance.

May 25, 2014

Photo Gallery: Learning the Art of Dance

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Students in the Introduction to Dance as an Art Form class gave their final recital in the Kirby Sports Center dance room, as well as on the stairs of the entrance to Kamine Gym. The course was taught by New York choreographer and artist-in-residence Ben Munisteri. It was part of a program funded through a [...]

Spring Images

May 13, 2014

Photo Gallery: Lafayette in Bloom

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The flowers are blooming. The birds are chirping. Students are playing Frisbee on the Quad. Spring has arrived at Lafayette. Check out a photo gallery of campus images. View more images of campus on Flickr