Remembering Everett Glenn

The day was bright and cheerful on this past Tuesday. Some would use those same words to describe Everett Glenn’s smile. “He’s probably the most genuine human being I’ve ever met,” Stephen Bezer ’15 said. Bezer had known Glenn from Montclair Kimberly Academy, the high school they both attended. Their experiences in high school made […]

What is?

A Lafayette professor competes on Jeopardy! Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek obtained the Guinness World record for most game show episodes hosted—6,829 episodes on June 13 of 2014. Seeing as there is usually three contestants per episode, that means over 20,000 people had appeared on Jeopardy since Alex Trebek took over as host. Added to that […]

Social justice goes digital

Students launch StandUp, a blog on social issues on campus After weeks of promotion through Facebook and Instagram postings, StandUp, Lafayette’s first social justice blog, officially launched their website on last Monday. With almost 600 likes on Facebook, it has reached about one quarter of Lafayette’s campus. But many more still don’t know what it […]

Lafayette’s IDEAL

Center for Innovation encourages experiential learning Priding itself on Innovation, Design, Education and Leadership, the IDEAL center aims to bring new facet to the Lafayette education. IDEAL focuses on matching aspiring students to faculty and external partners, such as companies, foundations or alumni in order to design a student-led project. Directed by professors Diane Ahl […]

Noche de Cultura inspires deep appreciation for Latin-American culture

Noche de Cultura is the Hispanic Society of Lafayette’s largest annual event and this year’s festivities introduced some cultural flair through food and games and a serious conversation about identity through the poetry of Mayda del Valle. “¡Welcome mi gente!” was the greeting given by the Hispanic Society of Lafayette (HSL) at “Noche de Cultura.” […]