Third Street Revitalization Project

Lafayette College

December 19, 2007

Students Create Public Sculptures for Easton

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Artwork has been installed in Riverside Park Two art majors, Peter Huntley ’08 (Westport, Conn.) and Marissa Halderman ’09 (Rushland, Pa.), have recently made a tangible contribution to the revitalization of downtown Easton. They have each completed a public sculpture as an independent study project under the guidance of Alastair Noble, assistant professor of art. [...]

Lafayette College

November 1, 2007

Renovations are Underway at Former Jac & Co. Site

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A grand opening is being planned for the spring semester Renovations are underway on the former Jac & Co. restaurant on North Third Street. The improvements, which are part of the College’s Third Street revitalization project, will create a new student hangout for social events. According to Bruce Ferretti, director of physical planning and plant [...]

Lafayette College

July 23, 2007

Proposed Flood Museum and Resource Center Expected to Help Revitalize Downtown Easton

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Easton utilizes education and community effort to address issue of flooding The necessity to address Easton’s flooding problems has inspired proposals for a new Flood Museum and Resource Center in downtown Easton. The museum would be devoted to educating the public on the causes and effects of floods and how communities can work together to [...]