October 28, 2011

College Dedicates Morel Field House

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Lafayette dedicated its new, state-of-the-art indoor batting facility during a ceremony last week. The Morel Field House, located at the Metzgar Fields Athletic Complex, will be used by the baseball and softball programs. The generosity of Don Morel ’79, a former Lafayette pitcher, allowed for the construction of the facility, which opened for use this [...]

Rob Froio '11

March 21, 2011

Spotted on Campus With … Rob Froio ’11

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  Centerfielder Rob Froio ’11 (Midlothian, Ill.) discusses chemical engineering, his ping-pong skills, and the importance of being prepared. What do you like about your major? I am a chemical engineering major. I like engineering in general because engineers have to be smart enough to find the best solution to a problem, but they also [...]


February 23, 2011

Meet the Spring Semester Student Bloggers

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Before beginning her studies in New Zealand, Rethna Eddy ’12 tried sailing, built a fort out of kayaks in the middle of the ocean, and watched a “scary” dance on sacred ground. Laquan Lightfoot ’11 explored what it means to be a “Millennial” on a retreat for Posse Scholars from New York City and Washington, [...]