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Alison Byerly

November 7, 2013

Working Toward a Positive Campus Climate

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President Alison Byerly sent the following email message to the campus community today. To Members of the Campus Community: I write to update you on some developments in the College’s continuing efforts to ensure a positive campus climate, and an environment that is free of sexual harassment and sexual assault.  This memo is not a response to [...]

President Alison Byerly poses with Emily Musil Church, left, assistant professor of history, and Caryn McTighe Musil at the President’s Reception following the convocation ceremony on the Quad.

October 21, 2013

Post-Inauguration Update

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President Alison Byerly sent the following email message to the campus community today: To the College Community: I write to offer my deepest thanks to all those who made the Inauguration festivities earlier this month so successful, as well as to update the community on the Board of Trustees meeting that also took place on [...]

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October 16, 2013

Pard Tracks: Jon Dever ’13 on the Battlefield

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To commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, Jon Dever ’13 donned the blue uniform of a Union soldier and headed into battle against Confederate troops at Camp Geiger in Whitehall, Pa. A Civil War re-enactor with the 153rd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Dever talks about getting shot for the first time in this [...]

President Alison Byerly poses with Emily Musil Church, left, assistant professor of history, and Caryn McTighe Musil at the President’s Reception following the convocation ceremony on the Quad.

October 11, 2013

Inauguration and Presidential Task Forces

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President Alison Byerly emailed this message to faculty today: Dear Colleagues, It was a pleasure to see so many of you at last weekend’s Inauguration festivities. I appreciate your willingness to don heavy regalia on what turned out to be a fairly steamy October afternoon!  It was good for the 60+ delegates from other colleges [...]

Lafayette College

July 23, 2013

Kevin Mandia ’92 Is Internationally Recognized Expert in Computer Security

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When the Air Force assigned him to handle computer security at the Pentagon, Kevin Mandia ’92 had no idea his first job out of college would lead him to found his own company. Today, he is president and chief executive officer of Mandiant Intelligent Information Security and an internationally recognized expert in the field. “I’m [...]

Lafayette College

March 6, 2013

Jamie O’Hare ’16 Named to Women’s Basketball All-Rookie Squad

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Point guard Jamie O’Hare ’16 of the women’s basketball team was named to the 2012-13 Patriot League All-Rookie Squad, the league announced Tuesday. O’Hare averaged 6.1 points per game, appearing in all 29 games for the Leopards while starting in 19 of those contests. The 5’6” guard ripped down 3.1 boards per game and also [...]

Lafayette College

March 6, 2013

Three Men’s Basketball Players Earn All-Patriot League Honors

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Point guard Tony Johnson ’13 and guard Seth Hinrichs ’15 have been selected All-Patriot League First and Second Team, respectively, while Bryce Scott ’16 played his way onto the Patriot League All-Rookie Team, the league has announced. Johnson finished the regular season as the conference’s leader in shooting percentage, after knocking down 55.7 percent (147 [...]

Lafayette College

January 24, 2013

Influenza 2013

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What is influenza? Influenza (“the flu”) is a highly contagious illness caused by a specific type of virus. Symptoms include fever, cough, muscle aches, headache, runny nose, sore throat, and weakness. The infection can cause mild to very severe symptoms. How is influenza spread? The virus is spread when an infected person coughs or sneezes [...]

Lafayette College

December 7, 2012

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Lafayette College

October 18, 2012

College Will Build Arts Campus on Third Street

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An experimental black box theater, a state-of-the-art film theater, a sound stage, and a high-tech media and teaching lab are some of the exciting facilities included in plans for the Williams Arts Campus on North Third Street. “The arts campus will serve as a vibrant gateway to Lafayette and the city and provide exciting new [...]