Writing

Lafayette College

December 17, 2007

Health Care for All

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Lauren Moulder ’08 explores possibilities for universal health care in the United States Lauren Moulder ’08 (Eden Prairie, Minn.) is a double major in economics & business and French. She is working on an honors thesis exploring possibilities for universal health care in the United States under the guidance of Susan Averett, Dana Professor and [...]

Lafayette College

November 12, 2007

A Woman Misunderstood

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Kristin Hayes ’08 writes about her exploration of media portrayals of Mary Magdalene As a double major in art and religious studies, Kristin Hayes ’08 (Roseland, N.J.) has come up with some very probing questions about Mary Magdalene and her portrayal in modern forms of entertainment. Under the guidance of Eric Ziolkowski, Dana Professor and [...]

Lafayette College

August 6, 2007

Brian Mason ’08 Jumps into Fast-paced World of Online Journalism

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International affairs major serves summer internship with The Online NewsHour with Jim Lehrer This summer, Brian Mason ’08 (Manchester, Conn.) is writing all the news that’s fit to post. Mason—incoming editor of The Lafayette—is working at The Online NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, the website of the nightly news program that airs on PBS. Mason says [...]