Class of 2003

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April 29, 2008

Many Wonderful Things To Remember

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Class of 2003 reunion organizer Allison Ahart is looking forward to gathering — by Danielle Ward ’08 During her four years at Lafayette, Allison Ahart ’03 was an active member of the campus community, participating in numerous clubs and activities. “When graduation was approaching, I realized that I didn’t want my involvement to end there,” [...]

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April 15, 2008

Our Proximity Advantage: Externships in New York City

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During winter break, 74 students shadowed alumni and parents at ESPN, ABC News World News, The New York Times, CNN Headline News, and many others During January’s interim session, 74 students participated in externships at 39 business firms, government agencies, and other organizations in nearby New York City. Lafayette alumni and parents hosted the students [...]

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March 26, 2008

In Her Own Words: Jenna Menard ’03

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Celebrity makeup artist writes about career and upcoming CLW Conference By Jenna Menard ’03 Jenna Menard ’03 will give a presentation, “Looking Like a Million Bucks: Tips from a Celebrity Makeup Artist,” at the April 4-5 Council of Lafayette Women Conference. The talk description states, “Secrets for looking great are unveiled, with perhaps a little [...]

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March 18, 2008

Professor Olga Anna Duhl Awarded Folter Fellowship from the Bibliographical Society of America

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Fellowship will fund research for forthcoming publication Olga Anna Duhl, professor of foreign languages and literatures, has been awarded the Folter Fellowship in the History of Bibliography from the Bibliographical Society of America. The funds will equip her to research the publication history of a 500-year-old rare book, La Nef des folles (The Ship of [...]

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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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September 6, 2007

Happy Birthday, Lafayette!

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Thousands of students, faculty, and friends turn out for the Marquis’ 250th celebration After a day filled with talk of revolution and reverence, the College capped off the Marquis de Lafayette’s 250th birthday party with an evening of revelry and festivities on the Quad. The party is part of the College’s yearlong celebration in recognition [...]

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August 30, 2007

Professor Ilan Peleg’s New Book Focuses on Majority-Minority Relations

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Democratizing the Hegemonic State was released in July by Cambridge University Press Ilan Peleg, Charles A. Dana Professor of Social Science, recently published a new book, Democratizing the Hegemonic State: Political Transformation in the Age of Identity, with the prestigious Cambridge University Press. The book is grounded in deep, value-based conviction. He says, “I believe [...]

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August 22, 2007

‘In My Own Words’: Dennis Waldron ’10 Experiences Naval Engineering Firsthand

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Electrical and computer engineering major writes about his internship with Brandon Cochenour ’03 at NAVAIR Dennis Waldron ’10 (Owings, Md.) is an electrical and computer engineering major. During the summer, Waldron completed an internship with the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) in the Department of the Navy. He worked under the guidance of electrical and [...]

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August 22, 2007

‘In My Own Words’: Brandon Cochenour ’03 Provides Real-World Experiences

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Alumnus writes about summer mentoring electrical and computer engineering major Dennis Waldron ’10 at NAVAIR After graduating with a B.S. in electrical and computer engineering, Brandon Cochenour ’03 went on to graduate from Johns Hopkins University with an M.S. in electrical and computer engineering. Cochenour currently works for the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) in [...]