Have Cur Non Impact
The Marquis de Lafayette’s family motto, Cur Non (“Why not?”), has become our rallying cry. It means anything is possible at Lafayette. You want your courses and activities to have real meaning—immediate impact—in your life today. That’s why Lafayette puts you in the driver’s seat.
By Sean Grim ’14 Alexandra McDonough ’14 (Madison, N.J.), Melanie Ruderman ’14 (Valley Stream, N.Y.), Aimee Smith ’14 (Washington, N.J.), and Kerri-Ann Sutherland ’16 (Brooklyn, N.Y.) watched the advertisements during Super Bowl XLVIII with a new appreciation. In January, they went behind the scenes at Fox Sports with Claudine Lilien ’90, senior vice-president of Fox […]
Students got insight from an expert on the state of national cybersecurity when Kevin Mandia ’92, senior vice president and chief operating officer of the FireEye™ security software firm, visited campus last week. View more images of Kevin Mandia’s visit on Flickr Mandia became a national figure last year after his cybersecurity company, Mandiant, published […]
By Samuel T. Clover ’91 Talking with Nkrumah Pierre ’06 is like boarding a high-speed luxury train: He’s polished, solid, agile, and speaks with a rapid cadence that drives the conversation forward while never losing focus of the topic—or you. Key qualities from someone who makes his living by networking. Pierre was recently recognized by […]
By Kevin Gray A logo with a grenade image that declares “theatre exploding with thought” is a clue that Thinking Cap is not typical community arts fare. Founded by Nicole Stodard ’99, the Ft. Lauderdale company is being lauded by critics and audiences for its daring approach. Stodard received “best director” awards from the New […]
This year’s celebration of National Poetry Month is jam-packed with talented writers as the College marks the 20th anniversary of the H. MacKnight Black Poetry Competition. Earlier this month, Natasha Trethewey, the 19th Poet Laureate of the United States, presented the annual John L Hatfield ’67 Lecture hosted by Friends of Skillman Library. The talk […]