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November 19, 2013

149th Lafayette-Lehigh Game will Decide Patriot League Title

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Lafayette will play Lehigh 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Goodman Stadium for the 149th game in college football’s most-played rivalry. This year, the winner will take the Patriot League Championship, as both teams are tied 3-1 in conference play. View a photo gallery of the rivalry’s historic moments For those who can’t make the game in [...]

The 1968 Lafayette-Lehigh game

November 19, 2013

A Historic Rivalry in Pictures

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Lafayette will close out the football season against Lehigh in the 149th game in college football’s most-played rivalry. The rivalry dates back to 1884 when Lafayette shut out Lehigh 50-0 in Easton. The Leopards lead the series 76-67-5. The 150th meeting will be hosted by Lafayette at Yankee Stadium Nov. 22, 2014. The photo gallery [...]

Cynthia Oaks Linville '80 (left) and Barbara Strasburg Tucker '84.

November 19, 2013

More than 25 Alumni Receive Awards for Dedicated Service

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Alumni, alumni groups, a faculty member, and a student were recognized Nov. 16 at the annual Alumni Awards Ceremony and reception in Wilson Room, Pfenning Alumni Center. View and share Alumni Awards Ceremony photos in Flickr Charles “Chip” Bergh ’79, president and CEO of Levi Strauss & Co., received the Kidd Award for distinction in [...]

Chantal Pasquarello '02

November 15, 2013

Chantal Pasquarello ’02 Defends Human Rights

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By Kate Helm No risk, no reward. That’s what Chantal Pasquarello ’02 has learned working to promote freedom and social justice around the world. “I try to remain open to opportunities that arise. They may seem terrifying or risky at the time, but generally, nothing worth doing is easy,” says Pasquarello, deputy director of Freedom [...]

S. Robert Roth '81

November 8, 2013

Capt. S. Robert Roth ’81 Commands USS Harry S. Truman

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By Matt Sinclair If the domestic steel industry hadn’t gone through a major correction during the early 1980s, Bob Roth ’81 might still be working as a civilian engineer in the field. Instead, he stands atop a massive steel structure, leading the crew of 5,000 sailors and Marines as captain of the USS Harry S. [...]

Lafayette-Lehigh Telecast

October 31, 2013

Watch Lafayette-Lehigh at Alumni-Hosted Telecast Party

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Lafayette will close out the 2013 football season with the 149th game in college football’s most-played rivalry. The Leopards will take on Lehigh 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23, at Goodman Stadium. For those who can’t make the game in person, Lafayette and Lehigh alumni will be hosting more than 60 telecast parties in 34 states [...]

Molly Gondolf ’14, Jared Piette ’12, and Jessica Ross ’15 at the Linde Gas North America plant

October 30, 2013

Engineering Students Explore Future Careers as Interns with The Linde Group

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This summer, chemical engineering major Molly Gondolf ’14 (Atlantic, N.J.) got a firsthand look at what her future career might be like. She hopes to become an application sales engineer, similar to those she worked with during her internship at Linde Gas North America. “When you are immersed in the industry and are able to [...]

Chicago Bears linebacker Blake Costanzo '06 runs down the field during a game

October 24, 2013

Catching Up with Chicago Bears’ Blake Costanzo ’06

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Blake Costanzo ’06 is in his second season with the Chicago Bears and his seventh in the National Football League. He has played some games at linebacker but has been known as a standout special teams performer his entire career, once earning selection to SI.com’s All-Pro team on special teams. GoLeopards.com recently caught up with him. GoLeopards.com: What [...]

Sue Bauman

October 21, 2013

Balancing Work and Life in the Medical Field

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By Bill Kline More than a passion play. It’s hard work. It’s grabbing opportunities. It’s discovering that there is more than one path to becoming a medical professional. And once you’re there, it’s realizing that your life does not have to be 100 percent work with no time for family, friends, and fun. Forty students [...]

Phil Krombolz ’84 (L-R), Margaret O. “Marti” Magee, Elizabeth Blake ’12, and Gordon E. Wright ’56.

October 16, 2013

Five Alumni Help Support Community Counseling Center

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An informal network of alumni who give generously of their time and talent is a vital resource for Daemion Counseling Center, Berwyn, Pa., says Margaret O. “Marti” Magee, executive director, whose daughter is Emily O. Magee ’10.   The center charges clients based on what they can afford and funds its services through foundation grants and private [...]