Lacrosse player Greg Allis ’12 (Danvers, Mass.) discusses the hunt for a Patriot League Championship, the hands-on elements of civil engineering, and his work in Madagascar. What do you enjoy about your major? My favorite parts of my major are the lab periods and projects we work on. We always are working on a really [...]
There’s nothing like a football game. The clatter of helmets, the roar of the crowd—America’s favorite sport has a lot to love. But some things, like the buzz of electric lights or the massive quantities of steel and concrete holding up those nosebleed seats, can wreak havoc on the environment. That’s where Gregory Allis ’12 [...]
The all-time leading goal scorer in Lafayette men’s lacrosse history talks about economics, work ethic, and the changes he has seen during his four years at school. What is your major and what do you like about your major? My major is economics. I have really enjoyed learning about economics in such a crucial [...]
Former Lafayette men’s lacrosse star and economics graduate Steve Serling ’10 was drafted ninth in the 2011 Major League Lacrosse (MLL) Collegiate Draft held in Baltimore, Md. Serling, who is now a graduate student at Hofstra University, was selected by the Denver Outlaws. While at Lafayette, Serling garnered a number of awards both on and [...]
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