Softball infielder Jordan Parsons ’13 (San Marcos, Calif.) discusses how her studies in government and law have changed the way she interprets information, how Lafayette has molded her into a better student and person, and the importance of being a role model to her teammates. Why did you choose Lafayette? How is that reason relevant [...]
Softball player Gwen Turner ’12 (Danville, Va.) discusses her work with economic development, her role in the My Easton publication, and the importance of teamwork. What do you enjoy about your majors? Economics has always been a challenge, which I enjoy. I have really liked the upper-level electives, Economic Development, and my Economic Healthcare classes. [...]
Carly Feiro ’12 (Mount Vernon, Wash.), a biology major and outfielder on the softball team, discusses her work conserving the environment, research she is presenting at a national conference, and what it’s like being a team captain. What do you enjoy about your major? I love being able to do field work and being [...]
Lafayette dedicated its new, state-of-the-art indoor batting facility during a ceremony last week. The Morel Field House, located at the Metzgar Fields Athletic Complex, will be used by the baseball and softball programs. The generosity of Don Morel ’79, a former Lafayette pitcher, allowed for the construction of the facility, which opened for use this [...]
Imagine trying to row a boat using sticks instead of oars. That’s similar to the plight of Winter the dolphin. Diane Mitchell ’05has been working closely with the Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin in its rehabilitation at Clearwater Marine Aquarium (CMA) in Clearwater, Fla.Winter was just three months old when she was entangled in a crab [...]
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