Class of 2003

Sue Bauman

October 21, 2013

Balancing Work and Life in the Medical Field

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By Bill Kline More than a passion play. It’s hard work. It’s grabbing opportunities. It’s discovering that there is more than one path to becoming a medical professional. And once you’re there, it’s realizing that your life does not have to be 100 percent work with no time for family, friends, and fun. Forty students [...]

Ahart Family Arts Plaza

June 11, 2013

Ahart Family Arts Plaza Dedicated during Reunion Weekend

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The Ahart Family Arts Plaza, located between the Williams Visual Arts Building and the future home of Lafayette’s theater program on North Third Street, was dedicated June 8 during Reunion. The plaza is named in honor of Edward W. Ahart ’69, chair of the Board of Trustees, and Catherine Ahart P’97 ’03 in recognition of [...]

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May 19, 2011

Clinique Appoints Jenna Menard ’03 as First Global Colour Artist

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A rising star in the beauty industry, Jenna Menard ’03 has been named to the newly created position of global colour artist for Clinique, one of the world’s leading cosmetics brands. Menard, a noted makeup artist based in New York City, has become well-known through her work for top magazines, celebrities, and for runways in [...]

Erin Kelsh '03

March 28, 2011

Courtroom Dynamics and Daily Variety Appeal to Assistant DA Erin Kelsh ’03

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By Matt Sinclair ’90 One reason for the proliferation of television shows about criminal law: It’s hard to get bored. “On a daily basis, you’re never going to get the same thing,” says Erin Reynolds Kelsh ’03, describing her work as an assistant district attorney in the felony trial bureau of the Office of the [...]

Jacobi Cunningham '03

February 25, 2011

Jacobi Cunningham ’03 Explores Therapeutic Drugs as Post-Doctoral Fellow

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Although the path at Lafayette was circuitous for Jacobi Cunningham ’03, it led him to just the spot where he wanted to be. After completing his Ph.D. in pharmacology at Boston University School of Medicine, he recently became a post-doctoral fellow with the life sciences department of Alkermes, a pharmaceutical company in Waltham, Mass. His [...]

Katie Schrack '03

February 2, 2011

Katie Schrack ’03 Is Chief Resident at Temple Ophthalmology Center

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By Elena Gambino For Katie Schrack ’03, practicing medicine is all about being well-rounded. After graduating from Jefferson Medical College in 2007 and completing a residency at Crozer Chester Medical Center, she has been serving as chief resident in the department of ophthalmology, Temple University Hospital and School of Medicine in Philadelphia since June. And, [...]

Brandon Cochenour '03

January 5, 2011

Brandon Cochenour ’03 Develops Underwater Laser-Radar Systems

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By Matt Sinclair ’90 The effect is so commonplace that it’s easy to miss its significance: Drive on a foggy night, switch on the high beams, and see the light scatter. Even a new driver learns quickly that low beams are better for driving through fog. Now imagine using a laser under water to communicate [...]

Jenna Menard '03

November 8, 2010

Jenna Menard ’03 Is ‘Making Up’ the Stars

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By Barbara Mulligan One day, less than a decade ago, Jenna Menard ’03 sat down with a Lafayette career counselor and, after a bit of probing, began talking about what she really liked to do. “I said, ‘well, I do my friends’ makeup a lot,” Menard recalls. “She kind of laughed and asked, ‘well, why [...]

Lafayette College

April 30, 2010

Coming to the Rescue

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How an alumni family is working to preserve the biological diversity of Armenia A magnitude 6.9 earthquake rocked northwestern Armenia Dec. 7, 1988, destroying the small mountainous city of Spitak.  In a matter of minutes, 25,000 people were killed, 15,000 injured, and 517,000 left homeless. It was one of the worst earthquakes of the century. [...]

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January 4, 2010

Keeping California Running

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Crystal Taylor ’03 plays key role in determining country’s largest state budget By Dan Edelen Though she’s never played an action hero in film — unlike the governor she answers to — Crystal Taylor ’03 faces her own heroic task: finding the nearly $120 billion needed to keep the state of California running. “It’s a [...]