The College is planning events in Easton and at other locations outside New York City to allow Leopards near and far to share the camaraderie and experience the pride and excitement of being part of the Lafayette community during this historic occasion.
John “Bruiser” Kinard ’52 Leopard Luncheon with Fred M. Kirby II ’42 Head Coach Frank Tavani
Thursday, Oct. 23, noon
The Racquet Club of Philadelphia
215 S. 16th Street, Philadelphia 19102
Cost: $35/person or $25 for young alumni (Classes 2004-14)
Download the event flyer and fill out the mail-in registration form.
For more information, contact Andy Starfield ’04, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rivalry Road Trip
Michael ’82 and Jenny Marshall Weisburger ’82 will board a decorated Airstream and travel across the United States to engage and energize members of the Lafayette community nationwide. Social media, photos, videos, and alumni events will document this trip in real time with stops planned in the following cities (subject to change): Los Angeles, Denver, Houston, Atlanta, Raleigh, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, and Easton. The trip will culminate with an appearance at the Downtown Easton Community Kickoff Event.
Lafayette-Lehigh Giving Challenge
Nov. 12-22 (end of halftime)
Competition doesn’t just take place on the field. The Lafayette-Lehigh Giving Challenge is a friendly competition to engage all alumni, students, parents, and friends by seeing which school can rally the greatest number of donors over a ten-day span. The challenge kicks off Nov. 12 and continues through the end of halftime of the big game. Gifts can be made by texting PARD to 20222, check, credit card, online, or by phone, (610) 330-5034. Visit LLChallenge.com for complete competition guidelines.
Downtown Easton Community Kickoff Event
Farmer’s Market – Center Square
Saturday, Nov. 15
Lafayette will team up with the Easton community for a celebratory event thanking the city for support of the College and its many athletic teams and extracurricular groups; all students and families are welcome. Participants will include President Alison Byerly, head football coach Frank Tavani and football team captains, the pep band, and the Lafayette Leopard.