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April 22, 2008

Nine Students Present Research at Economics and Business Conference

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Annual Omicron Delta Epsilon undergraduate conference held April 18 Nine students presented research at the 19th annual Omicron Delta Epsilon undergraduate economics and business conference at Ursinus College in Collegeville, Pa., April 18. Susan Averett, Dana Professor and head of economics and business, and James DeVault, associate professor of economics and business, accompanied the students. [...]

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April 17, 2008

College Will Host International Conference on French Literature April 24-26

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50 scholars from across the nation and Europe will present their research Scholars from across the nation and Europe will be on campus April 24-26 for the annual North American Society for 17th-Century French Literature Conference. The conference, which will be hosted by the foreign languages and literatures department, will be held at the Hampton [...]

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April 16, 2008

For Students, an Inside Look at CNBC in New York City

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Lafayette’s proximity to the media capital enables students to help stage the business network’s Executive Leadership Awards program Students experienced the power of Lafayette’s proximity to New York City, the world’s media capital, in a two-day internship at CNBC. Our Proximity Advantage: New York City internships and externships are a part of the unique Lafayette [...]

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March 24, 2008

Diana Galperin ’08 Explores the Soviet Resistance Movement during World War II

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Her honors thesis takes her to the United States Holocaust Museum Diana Galperin ’08 (Warminster, Pa.), an international affairs and French double major, is studying the relationship between partisans (members of the resistance movement) and civilians in the Soviet Union during World War II. It is a project inspired by her grandmother, a Holocaust survivor [...]

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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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March 10, 2008

Diana Galperin ’08 Receives Carnegie Endowment Junior Fellowship

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Lafayette is the only exclusively undergraduate liberal arts and engineering college among the institutions whose students were honored Diana Galperin ’08 (Warminster, Pa.), a double major in international affairs and French, is one of nine students nationally to receive a 2008-09 Junior Fellowship from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Lafayette is the only exclusively [...]

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March 10, 2008

Diana Galperin ’08 Receives Carnegie Endowment Junior Fellowship

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Lafayette is the only exclusively undergraduate liberal arts and engineering college among the institutions whose students were honored Diana Galperin ’08 (Warminster, Pa.), a double major in international affairs and French, is one of nine students nationally to receive a 2008-09 Junior Fellowship from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Lafayette is the only exclusively [...]

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March 4, 2008

Media Focus Spotlight on Political Web Site Developed by Rick Klau ’93

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Superdelegates.org reveals information on most Democratic superdelegates Though it seems like everyone has a web site today, few, like Rick Klau ’93, can say CNN, NPR, and Wired Magazine featured theirs. Klau’s site, Superdelegates.org, tracks what has been an obscure function of the Democratic Party’s presidential nominating process. Just three weeks after launching, the media [...]

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December 28, 2007

Engineers Without Borders Continues Sustainable Water System Project in Honduras

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Eight engineering students will work on project during January interim session Eight members of the College’s Engineers Without Borders (EWB) will travel to the community of La Fortuna in the Yoro region of Honduras Jan. 6 – 26 to continue a project set in motion two years ago. They are designing a gravity fed water [...]

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December 17, 2007

Health Care for All

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Lauren Moulder ’08 explores possibilities for universal health care in the United States Lauren Moulder ’08 (Eden Prairie, Minn.) is a double major in economics & business and French. She is working on an honors thesis exploring possibilities for universal health care in the United States under the guidance of Susan Averett, Dana Professor and [...]