Lafayette students win top three places at Lehigh Engineering’s annual Research Symposium

Lafayette students won first, second and third place in this year’s David and Lorraine Freed Undergraduate Research Symposium, hosted at Lehigh University. One outstanding student was selected from each of Lafayette’s engineering departments to compete in the symposium, giving them the opportunity to showcase their academic agility alongside other engineers in the Lehigh Valley. On […]

Executive board candidates emphasize need for transparency prior to election

There is little doubt about who will be on the Student Government Association (SGA) executive board next year, with all 11 candidates currently running unopposed. This mirrors the presidential elections last week as Flor De Maria Caceres Godoy ’22 won the presidency without opposition. The elections, originally slated for April 15 through April 17, have […]

‘No conflict is ever settled’: Ilit Ferber speaks on the work of Holocaust survivor Jean Améry

Tel-Aviv University Philosophy Professor Ilit Ferber brought the work of Holocaust survivor Jean Améry to light at the college last Friday. The lecture, in recognition of Holocaust Remembrance Day on April 8, pondered the question of forgiveness in Améry’s work. “For [Améry], it is both a necessity and an impossibility to be a Jew,” Ferber […]

‘It’s time to change’: Migration Week emphasizes education and advocacy

For its core organizers, Migration Week is all about keeping the conversation alive. The week, which consisted of programs discussing immigration and refugee communities, was organized by the Landis Center and Alternative School Break (ASB) and will conclude this weekend with the long-awaited Migration Summit. On Monday, the Landis Center’s MOSAIC Tutoring Team hosted the […]