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December 18, 2008

Exploring the Social and Economic Impact of Redevelopment

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Emily Esteve ’10 is part of an interdisciplinary research team providing support for residents of Easton’s Delaware Terrace redevelopment project Emily Esteve ’10 (Skillman, N.J.), a psychology and Spanish double major, is working on an interdisciplinary team studying the impact of the demolishing and rebuilding of Easton’s Delaware Terrace housing project. Her portion of the [...]

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October 7, 2008

Providing the Tools to Succeed

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Joey Haymaker ’09 writes about his research on the Lafayette World Languages Portfolio Project with Professor Michelle Geoffrion-Vinci Joey Haymaker ’09 (Hellertown, Pa.), a Spanish and economics & business double major, spent his summer as an EXCEL Scholar working with Michelle Geoffrion-Vinci, associate professor of foreign languages and literatures, on the Lafayette World Languages Portfolio [...]

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September 9, 2008

Finding My Career Path

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Alaina Masler ’09 writes about her summer internship with BDO Consulting in New York City Alaina Masler ’09 (Cortland, N.Y.), a Spanish and economics & business double major, spent her summer interning at BDO Consulting in New York City under the direction of David Berliner ’83, a partner with the firm. I was fortunate to [...]

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June 11, 2008

Six Students Receive Fulbright Grants

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Lafayette has had 21 students receive the honor in the past nine years Deirdre Maher ’08, Stephanie Morillo ’08, Michael Zboray ’08, Danielle Horowitz ’08, Diana Galperin ’08 and Karen Bouldin ’08 have been awarded Fulbright Grants to study and teach at various locations around the globe. Lafayette has had 21 students receive Fulbright Grants [...]

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April 22, 2008

Helping People Reach Their Potential

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My internship working with single parents returning to the workplace. By Danielle Horowitz ’08 Danielle Horowitz ’08 (Princeton Junction, N.J.), a government & law and Spanish double major, is interning at New Options/New Choices, which is based at Northampton Community College. The program helps returning adult students, especially women, select a career and make the [...]

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April 15, 2008

Our Proximity Advantage: Externships in New York City

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During winter break, 74 students shadowed alumni and parents at ESPN, ABC News World News, The New York Times, CNN Headline News, and many others During January’s interim session, 74 students participated in externships at 39 business firms, government agencies, and other organizations in nearby New York City. Lafayette alumni and parents hosted the students [...]

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February 28, 2008

Sara Walter ’09 and Alexis Beveridge ’09 Selected as Truman Scholarship Finalists

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Scholarships provide funding for graduate studies in public service fields Sara Walter ’09 (Kempton, Pa.), a double major in history and government & law and Spanish, and Alexis Beveridge ’09 (Bethesda, Md.), a double major in government & law and international affairs, have been selected as finalists for the 2008 Harry S. Truman Scholarship competition. [...]

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January 28, 2008

Gateway Program Helps Students Define Career Paths

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Program aids students from first year on campus to graduation Even for students who are sure of what they want to do after Lafayette, Career Services’ Gateway program can be a helpful tool in preparing for life after graduation. With no better time to start than the first year, Gateway outlines four steps for students [...]

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January 3, 2008

The Progression of African American Women Through History

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Ashley Gray ’09 provides her perspective on the course “The Black Experience” Ashley Gray ’09 (Bethlehem, Pa.) is double-majoring in international affairs and Spanish. During the fall semester, she took The Black Experience, taught by John McCartney, professor of government and law and head of Africana studies. The following is a first-hand account of Gray’s [...]

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January 3, 2008

Students Learn about The Black Experience

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Course taught by John McCartney, professor of government and law, focuses on contributions of Africans and African Americans to humanity worldwide The Black Experience, taught in the fall by John McCartney, professor of government and law and head of Africana studies, allowed students to analyze the dynamics of the African American experience and compare and [...]