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One of the nation’s highest endowment-per-student rates means ample resources to bring the best faculty here, to provide the best facilities, and to fuel student researchstudy abroadinternships, and field work. Lafayette has the big energy of 23 NCAA Division  I sports, the big variety of many clubs and organizations, the big heart of community service, and the big thrill of the arts.

Grossman House

December 23, 2013

Grossman House Featured in National Media

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The College’s environmentally sustainable renovation of the Grossman House for Global Perspectives has been featured in the December edition of University Business magazine. The publication covers topics in higher education management for presidents and other senior officers at two- and four-year colleges and universities. Read the article Built on High Street in 1915 by the […]

Laura Trocchia '17, left, and Corinna Anderson '17 relax on the Adirondack chairs on the Quad. The air is crisp, the leaves are falling, the jackets are out. Autumn has come to Lafayette. The College’s beautiful campus sits on 340 acres and has 60 buildings merging modern and historic architecture. © Chuck Zovko / Zovko Photographic llc October 15, 2013

December 5, 2013

Lafayette’s Fall Foliage

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The air is crisp, the leaves are falling, the jackets are out. Autumn has come to Lafayette. The College’s beautiful campus sits on 340 acres and has 60 buildings merging modern and historic architecture. Check out a photo gallery of fall campus images. View images of campus on Flickr

Alyssa Calomeni ’11 and Professor Megan Rothenberger

December 5, 2013

Biology Infusion Initiative Provides Interdisciplinary Solutions

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Students in Megan Rothenberger’s Environmental Issues in Aquatic Ecosystems class are tackling problems using expertise and resources from biology and civil engineering. As part of the course, students visited a local constructed wetland. There, David Brandes and Art Kney, both associate professors of civil and environmental engineering, explained how aggressive invasive plants and seasonal algal […]

Students enjoy a dance class taught by Ben Munisteri in Kirby Sports Center.

November 12, 2013

Lafayette Receives $450,000 Grant to Bring Choreographers to Area Colleges

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Lafayette is the recipient of a $450,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation that will bring established and emerging choreographers to the classrooms, studios, and stages of area colleges. The collaborative program will explore the use of dance as an art form and how its creative powers can be infused across a liberal arts […]

Jolly Shi ’16 has taken part in two externships and a summer internship through Gateway.

October 30, 2013

Gateway Provides Students with Roadmap to Success

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When David Kafafian ’13 graduated this spring, he already had a job lined up with IBM’s Consulting-by-Degrees program in Manhattan, an accomplishment he attributes to the networking and job-seeking skills he learned in Career Services’ Gateway program. “Gateway has been my point of entry into Lafayette’s incredible alumni network,” says Kafafian, who earned an A.B. […]