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Rural Honduras is a long way to go for a good cup of coffee. But for a team of Lafayette students representing the College’s Economic Empowerment and Global Learning Project (EEGLP), it’s worth the effort. Over the winter break, the EEGLP team visited Lagunitas and other communities in Honduras where they have been assisting residents [...]
By Matt Mezger ’13 This past summer I spent six weeks studying in Paris, through a program sponsored by New York University and affiliated with Lafayette College. View and share more photos in Flickr I lived in a residence occupied by students in the study program in which I was involved and with students from [...]
Engineers Without Borders Pays It Forward through Latest Trip to Honduras to Install Water-Delivery System
A native of Bogotá, Colombia, Juan Puerta ’12 is acutely aware of the problems rural communities face in Latin America, particularly the lack of potable water. His involvement with Lafayette’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) is his way of expressing gratitude for the opportunities he’s had. The chapter has been working for a number [...]
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