Program will help expand the geographical and cultural scope of the College’s global offerings Lafayette is offering students a new avenue to study the culture, traditions, history, and politics of the major regions of Asia. The faculty approved an interdisciplinary major in Asian studies at its May meeting. The College previously offered a minor in [...]
He discusses his experiences studying abroad in Tokyo Samuel Levin ’09 (Weston, Fla.) is majoring in economics and East Asian studies, with a focus on behavioral finance. He is currently participating in a yearlong study abroad program to Tokyo, Japan. The following is a first-hand account of Levin’s experiences halfway through the program. Ah, Japan: [...]
SAE Aero Design team allows Clark Britan ’08 to take his education to the next level Clark Britan ’08 (Falls Church, Va.) is a mechanical engineering major on this year’s SAE Aero Design team. The goal of the senior capstone project is to build a remote control cargo aircraft capable of flying a prescribed distance [...]
Prints and artwork appear in exhibits and collections in Maine and New York Prints and artwork produced at the College’s Experimental Printmaking Institute (EPI) have been included in a number of upcoming and current exhibits in the northeast. EPI has produced eight original serigraph prints by artist Faith Ringgold for Letter from Birmingham City Jail [...]
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