Class of 1939
Thomas C. Bagg III ’74 reflects on career and role in Hubble Space Telescope mission By Thomas C. Bagg III ’74 Lafayette was a part of my life from my earliest recollections. My father, Thomas C. Bagg Jr. ’39, hosted many Washington D.C. area Lafayette alumni picnics. There were usually about 200 people at these [...]
As attorney, he specializes in workers’ compensation defense For Bill Scott ’74, the years he spent as a government and law major are filled with fond memories. Now president of the Pennsylvania Bar Institute (PBI) and a shareholder at the law firm of Marshall, Dennehey, Warner, Coleman & Goggin (MDWCG), Scott believes his Lafayette education [...]
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