Featured Student Profiles

Student profiles--Introduce Yourself

Introduce Yourself

Get to know some Lafayette students as they introduce themselves.

Student profiles--Cur Non?

Cur Non

Watch students talk about the Marquis de Lafayette’s family motto, Cur Non (“Why not?”), which has become our rallying cry.

Student profiles--Cross-train Your Brain

Cross-Train Your Brain

Watch students talk about the ability to combine interests and collaborate with others across academic fields, which makes a Lafayette education especially powerful.

Student profiles--The Lafayette Effect

The Lafayette Effect

Watch students talk about the impact that Lafayette has had on them.

Student profiles--What Do You Want to Be?

What Do You Want to Be?

Watch Lafayette students talk about what they’d like to do after graduation.

Student profiles--Whatcha' Into?

Whatcha’ Into?

Watch Lafayette students talk about the activities they enjoy on campus.

Latest Student Profiles

Genna Asselin ’15 puts the finishing touches on “The Ecstasy of Saint Theresa.”

July 25, 2014

Genna Asselin ’15 Helps Create Print Featured in Yale Art Gallery

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Genna Asselin ’15 (Mendham, N.J.) had a hand in creating a professional print which has been placed in the Yale Art Gallery’s permanent collection. Asselin, an art and chemistry double major, worked on “The Ecstasy of Saint Theresa” by painter Audrey Flack with Curlee Holton, Roth Professor of Art and director of the Experimental Printmaking [...]

Alec Golini

July 1, 2014

Alec Golini ’15 Wins Patriot League Outstanding Leadership and Character Award

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The Patriot League has selected Lafayette men’s soccer player Alec Golini ’15 as the male winner of its Outstanding Leadership and Character Award. Golini was chosen for his contributions to the school, community, and athletic teams.

Emily Crossette '15

May 21, 2014

Emily Crossette ’15 Receives Udall Scholarship for Environmental Research

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Civil engineering major Emily Crossette ’15 (Glenside, Pa.) has been awarded a Udall Scholarship recognizing her research on possible contaminants released by wastewater treatment plants. Presented to 50 students from 47 colleges and universities, the scholarship is given to recipients on the basis of commitment to careers in the environment, Native American healthcare, or tribal public policy; [...]

Mary Higgins '15

May 14, 2014

Mary Higgins ’15 Receives Goldwater Scholarship

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By Michele Tallarita ’12 Mary Higgins ’15 (Annandale, N.J.) has many passions: genetics, music, research, and working with people with developmental disorders. Her goal is to put them all together into a career, and she is well on her way after receiving a Goldwater Scholarship. The premier undergraduate award given to students of mathematics, science, [...]

Geraldo Neto ’15

May 5, 2014

Geraldo Neto ’15 Receives Fellowship for Public Policy Program at Princeton

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By Michele Tallarita ’12 Geraldo Neto ’15 (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) has already backpacked across Europe—twice—spent a semester studying abroad in Geneva, and traveled throughout the Middle East on his own. During his travels, he’s seen Athens in the midst of financial crisis, helped build houses for orphans in Haiti, and experienced firsthand the tense refugee camps [...]

Michele Tallarita '12 at her computer

January 24, 2014

Pard Tracks: Michele Tallarita ’12 Enjoys Fan Fiction Fame as ‘Angry Lobster’

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Michele Tallarita ’12 has a secret identity.  In the world of online fan fiction, she’s a popular author whose stories are read by thousands.  It’s all for fun, but she’s taken what she’s learned to graduate school for her master’s of fine arts in fiction.  Hear her talk about her fan fiction experiences in this episode [...]

Seth Gottlund '14

January 7, 2014

Seth Gottlund ’14 Featured in International Engineering Publication

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Chemical engineering major Seth Gottlund ’14 (Kutztown, Pa.) is the Featured Student for January in ChEnected, an online publication of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). Gottlund is co-president of Lafayette’s chapter of AIChE and serves as Mid-Atlantic regional liaison for the national AIChE. After graduating, he will work as an engineer in the Career [...]

Brendan Gover ’14

December 16, 2013

Spotted on Campus With … Brendan Gover ’14

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Men’s lacrosse player Brendan Gover ’14 (Somerset, N.J.) discusses the real-world applications of economics, a future career in finance, and the importance of being a well-rounded person. What do you enjoy about your major? It challenges me to think outside the box about abstract concepts that still have relative application to the real world.   [...]

Samantha Jordan '13

October 30, 2013

Video: Samantha Jordan ’13 on Studying in France and Presenting Her Research

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Samantha Jordan ’13 received a Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship, which provides preparation for a career in the foreign service through internships with the State Department and up to $40,000 a year for a master’s degree program in public policy. Jordan majored in international economics and commerce at Lafayette and played on the varsity women’s basketball [...]

Quarterback Drew Reed gets ready to pass the football

October 29, 2013

Quarterback Drew Reed ’17 Earns National Performer of the Week Award

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Quarterback Drew Reed ’17 has been named the Patriot League Football Offensive Player and Rookie of the Week, the first time that a first-year student has won the offensive honor and the lone occurrence of a player winning both awards concurrently. He also garnered the College Football Performance Awards Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) National Performer of the Week honor. [...]