New York City Externships

Lafayette College

December 19, 2007

Students Create Public Sculptures for Easton

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Artwork has been installed in Riverside Park Two art majors, Peter Huntley ’08 (Westport, Conn.) and Marissa Halderman ’09 (Rushland, Pa.), have recently made a tangible contribution to the revitalization of downtown Easton. They have each completed a public sculpture as an independent study project under the guidance of Alastair Noble, assistant professor of art. [...]

Lafayette College

December 17, 2007

Health Care for All

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Lauren Moulder ’08 explores possibilities for universal health care in the United States Lauren Moulder ’08 (Eden Prairie, Minn.) is a double major in economics & business and French. She is working on an honors thesis exploring possibilities for universal health care in the United States under the guidance of Susan Averett, Dana Professor and [...]

Lafayette College

November 19, 2007

The Power of Words

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Lia Mandaglio ’08 explores how certain rhetoric influences societal stereotypes concerning reproductive rights Lia Mandaglio ’08 (Annandale, N.J.) is an English and psychology double major. Under the guidance of Carolynn Van Dyke, Francis A. March Professor of English and coordinator of Women’s Studies, she is pursuing an honors thesis analyzing the implications and stereotypes embedded [...]