Class of 2000

Lafayette College

December 15, 2008

Striving For Improvement

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Jeremy Kacuba ’00 betters himself as triathlete and others as continuous improvement manager for General Mills After deciding to pursue a career in leadership and organizational development, Jeremy Kacuba ’00 needed a change of pace so he’d know he was heading in the right direction. He found that by leaving corporate America to train for [...]

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December 4, 2008

Mike Homer ’00 Takes Lessons From Hardwood to Art Galleries

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Former basketball player moves in fast-paced NYC art world Q: Name the link between the midcourt paint at the NCAA basketball tournament and the multi-million dollar paintings hanging in the prestigious PaceWildenstein Gallery in New York City. A: Mike Homer ’00. His official title is dealer’s assistant, though for his part in the Big Apple’s [...]

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October 9, 2008

Making Dreams Come True

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Charlie Dehne ’00 won Emmy Award as producer of MTV series MADE by Dan Edelen and Kate Helm As series producer for the MTV program MADE, Charlie Dehne ’00 is proudest of making a difference in the lives of the young people who seek help to turn a dream into a reality. As the show [...]

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July 22, 2008

Lafayette Takes Top Honors in New York Green Building Council Design Competition

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Students place first among all undergraduates in multidisciplinary contest Lafayette students took top honors among all undergraduates in the United States Green Building Council’s Natural Talent Design contest to create the most sustainable learning environment in New York City and revitalize premier park space on the Brooklyn waterfront. The students designed a middle school, community [...]

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May 16, 2008

Shoshana Cohen Stopek ’00 Pens Scooby Doo Books

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She previously did editing and research on ER, The West Wing, and Star Trek: Enterprise If asked to name the inspiration behind our career success, few of us would cite a pair of magic scissors. Not so for author Shoshana Cohen Stopek ’00. The story she wrote at eight years old of a tailor and [...]

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April 28, 2008

Corporate Matchmaker

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Tom Neff ’59 has earned a reputation as the nation’s top executive search professional By Dan Edelen Conventional wisdom claims that CEOs wield the power in the business world. However, the truly wise pay attention to those behind the boardroom curtain, such as Tom Neff ’59. His discreet orchestrations as the top executive search professional [...]

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January 25, 2008

Emeritus Professors Joseph Sherma and Bernard Fried Celebrate 20 Years of Collaborative Research

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Since 2001, they have published 44 papers with 19 undergraduate students Joseph Sherma, Larkin Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, and Bernard Fried, Kreider Professor Emeritus of Biology, are celebrating 20 years of completing research with Lafayette students with the publication of “Twenty Years of Collaborative Research in Invertebrate Biology and Analytical Chemistry at Lafayette College” in [...]

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January 7, 2008

Deborah Rosen Explores Early American Indian Policy-Making in Latest Book

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History professor examines state and territorial policies that affected early American Indian citizenship Deborah Rosen, professor and head of history, has taken an in-depth look at early American Indian policy-making in her most recent book, American Indians and State Law: Sovereignty, Race and Citizenship, 1790 – 1880 (University of Nebraska, December 2007). The publication examines [...]

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October 11, 2007

Painting Across 10,000 Miles

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John Hannafin ’00 travels around nation to capture beauty of national parks on canvas and video Artist John Hannafin ’00 recently returned from a 10,000-mile adventure across the country, where he painted and filmed images from several national parks. His journey was featured on local affiliates of NBC, ABC, and Fox News and in several [...]

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October 9, 2007

Art, Muskets, and the Marquis

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Alumni enjoy Philadelphia weekend honoring Marquis; see the slideshow on the alumni web site More than 70 alumni and their spouses enjoyed a weekend of events in Philadelphia and the Brandywine Battlefield area Sept. 8-9 as part of the College’s yearlong celebration of the 250th anniversary of the birth of the Marquis de Lafayette. Saturday [...]