Class of 2003

Lafayette College

October 26, 2009

A New Tool for Law Enforcement

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Alexandru Balan ’03 and mentor make breakthrough in body-imaging technology By Samuel T. Clover ’91 A man in a hoodie and baggy jeans robs a liquor store. He points a shotgun at the clerk. An overhead security camera records the scene, but because of the man’s loose-fitting clothes, cops can’t tell much about him. He [...]

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March 19, 2009

Celebrating Milestones

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Angela Coxe ’03 uses Alumni Online Community to share good news As a member of the Alumni Online Community, Angela Coxe ’03 is a bearer of good news. Coxe announced her acceptance to the George Washington University School of Law Masters in Law program and that she passed her patent registration exam. She is a [...]

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February 11, 2009

Cracking a Hard Nut

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Alumni-hosted internship in NYC helped get career started for Alison Ahart ’03, who travels internationally with soprano Kathleen Battle As associate manager/production assistant for Columbia Artists Management, Alison Ahart ’03 is direct liaison with world-renowned soprano Kathleen Battle. She has traveled the world with her, attending events and fundraisers with the likes of Sting, Alicia [...]

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December 10, 2008

Making Alumni Connections

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Amy Emerick ’03 uses online community and other ways to keep Lafayette ties strong For Amy Emerick ’03, the idea of community is very important. It was significant when she was a student at Lafayette, and it’s something she appreciates even more now that she is an alumna. “I am proud of the fact that [...]

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October 2, 2008

Reality Check

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Phil Kolarczyk ’03 enters battle of mind, body, and will on America’s Toughest Jobs As Phil Kolarczyk ’03, a self-professed reality television aficionado, sees it, he has the mind to excel on The Apprentice and the body to withstand the pounding of American Gladiators. Kolarczyk decided to see if he could put both mind and [...]

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September 27, 2008

Homecoming Shines

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Dreary skies don’t stop good times for alumni Forget about the gloomy skies and intermittent drizzle – all was bright and sunny at Homecoming. On a different kind of day, with sun blazing and temperatures balmy, the annual tailgate party and clam bake is held in mostly open air, in the parking lots and the [...]

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September 15, 2008

Matthew Johnston ’03 Rings Wedding Bells on Alumni Online Community

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He uses community to keep in touch with college friends For Matthew Johnston ’03, the fondest memories of his time at Lafayette involve the great friends he made while working for the student newspaper, competing on the fencing team, and living with a “great group of people” on the Haven Floor, which promoted a living [...]

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September 11, 2008

Alumni Excited For Homecoming ‘Change of Pace’

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Morgan Albus Mooney ’03 says night game may bring more alumni back While Homecoming is full of Lafayette tradition, one wrinkle this year is that the football game vs. Penn will be an evening contest. Morgan Albus Mooney ’03, chair of the Alumni Association’s Homecoming Committee, believes the night game will benefit the festivities. “It [...]

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May 23, 2008

Larry Morris ’67 Brings Past to Life

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He is former Maryland American History Teacher of the Year Larry Morris ’67 thought he was going to be a math teacher. Then he took a history class with Professor George Heath, which hooked him on the subject and continues to influence his teaching career.“His ability to relate anecdotal stories about characters in history made [...]

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May 21, 2008

Professor Diane Ahl Publishes Book on Life and Work of Italian Renaissance Painter Fra Angelico

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Publication will be released at the end of May Diane Cole Ahl, Arthur J. ’55 and Barbara S. Rothkopf Professor of Art History, has recently published her latest book detailing the life and work of the esteemed fifteenth century Italian painter, Fra Angelico. Her book, Fra Angelico, was published in April by Phaidon Press Inc. [...]