Class of 1916
First-year students gather research on two Lafayette Nobel Laureates The First-Year Seminar, “Science: A Human Endeavor,” taught by William Miles, professor and head of chemistry, explores the nature of science and how it relates to society. Over the course of the semester, the class studies how scientists approach problems, how science has changed the cultural [...]
Project shares legacy of accomplishments by previous biology students and faculty During the first part of the 20th century, the “Batman” was a real person whom generations of Lafayette students had seen making his rounds on campus. Except his trusty companion was never a masked Robin, but a small brown and black dachshund, and his [...]
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