Class of 1994

Lafayette College

January 22, 2009

Maintaining Connections

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Alison Falt ’94 strengthens Lafayette bonds via Alumni Online Community Because her Lafayette friendships are special to Alison Falt ’94, she uses the Alumni Online Community to stay connected. “I value the time I spent at Lafayette and the life-changing relationships I formed there,” says the American studies graduate. “The online community is an opportunity [...]

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November 14, 2008

Justin Wineburgh ’94 Carves Out Niche In Entertainment Industry

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Lawyer is in great demand by film clients and others By Kevin Gray Justin Wineburgh ’94 began working at the international law firm Cozen O’Connor in 2000. With a background in defending engineers sued in professional liability matters, Wineburgh, an electrical engineering graduate, was brought in to work the other side and pursue claims against [...]

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May 13, 2008

Lafayette Community Thrives Across the Pond

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London chapter is model international alumni group By Kate Helm Travel anywhere in the U.S. and you may have a Leopard sighting. The same is true of 91 countries around the world. That’s why, with 36 established alumni chapters in the U.S., the Office of Alumni Affairs and the Alumni Association have set their sights [...]

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March 25, 2008

Green Living and Good Design

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Architect Michele Dempsey ’94 will speak on sustainability at Council of Lafayette Women Conference For Michele Dempsey ’94, it’s all about the places in-between. “I love space,” says the architect and owner of DxDempsey in Scranton, Pa. Though the interplay of structure and space in buildings has fascinated her since childhood, it wasn’t until taking [...]

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December 11, 2007

Bringing Knowledge Online

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As director of strategic planning, Heidi McGregor Bartolacci ’94 helps internet-based JSTOR archive expand its reach in academia By Vera Carley After the library has closed for the day and its lights turned off, researchers are still perusing journals in their never-ending quest for knowledge. But they aren’t tripping over card catalogs in the dark. [...]

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October 29, 2007

Tom Kenny ’94 Nabs Man Wanted by FBI for Seven Armed Robberies

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Police officer commended for cool handling of arrest By Dan Edelen “The unknown makes the job challenging,” says Tom Kenny ’94, a police officer in Toms River, N.J. Earlier this year, the unknown provided a potentially deadly challenge to his training and skills. A self-proclaimed “small town kind of guy,” Kenny gravitated to helping others [...]

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August 9, 2007

Wendy Furrer Covers Business World as CNBC Field Producer

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She jets around U.S and abroad to report on major players and events When asked to describe why they love their careers, many people respond that it’s because every day is different. As a field producer in business news for CNBC, Wendy Furrer really means it. “I travel a lot, whether it’s to cover business [...]