Members of Lafayette and Easton community engage in nationwide conversation on race at forum

Amidst preparation for final exams, about 200 people gathered in the Farinon atrium last Monday for a forum to discuss national issues arising from the grand jury decisions in the Eric Garner and Michael Brown cases. Students, faculty, administrators, staff and residents of Easton discussed topics ranging from the recent protests surrounding the deaths of […]

Lafayette hosts third Our Beloved Community Symposium

By Ryan Zhang ‘18 Contributing Writer In the third annual Our Beloved Community Symposium on November 15, Lafayette gathered 120 prospective students from around the country to discuss wide-ranging social justice issues. The event, coordinated by the office of admissions and the department of intercultural development, was aimed to engage underrepresented populations in the college […]

Lafayette humanities majors’ salaries differ from national data

Professors and professionals offer their insights on majors’ prospects While some nationwide studies reveal that students who graduate with degrees in the humanities earn either near or above the median starting salaries, data from Lafayette career services may suggest otherwise. According to the 2013-2014 PayScale College Salary Report, graduates in history, French and English literature […]