Vice President Biden Visits Lafayette

IN A ROUSING speech before a capacity crowd of 3,200 in Kirby Sports Center May 2, Vice President Joe Biden celebrated four eras of revolutionary … [Read more...]

Scott Hummel Appointed Interim Jeffers Director of Engineering

Scott R. Hummel, professor of mechanical engineering, is serving a two-year term as Interim William Jeffers Director of the Engineering Division. He … [Read more...]

Tallarita ’12 and Burnor ’14 Win Poetry Contests

ENGLISH MAJOR Michele Tallarita ’12 was named the winner of the H. MacKnight Black Poetry Competition. The contest, open to seniors, is named in honor … [Read more...]

McDonogh Networking for Success

ALUMNI AND STUDENTS gathered April 14 for the second annual McDonogh Networking and Senior Celebration. Panel discussions on the “Power of Mentorship … [Read more...]

Campus Mourns Everett Glenn ’15

MORE THAN 150 MEMBERS of the Lafayette community paid respects to the family of Everett Glenn ’15 at a viewing and funeral service for the universally … [Read more...]

Presidential Search Committee Members Named

EDWARD W. AHART ’69, chair of the College’s Board of Trustees, announced June 14 the membership of a committee formed to conduct a search for the next … [Read more...]

Grant Will Strengthen Biology

LAFAYETTE WILL make its already strong biology program even more effective in preparing students to be leaders in science research and medicine with … [Read more...]

Service Held for Professor John T. McCartney

A MEMORIAL SERVICE was held April 4 in Colton Chapel for John T. McCartney, professor of government and law, who died March 28. The faculty adopted a … [Read more...]

New Hermione to Set Sail for America in 2013

IN FALL 2012, the replica of the famous frigate Hermione, the ship that brought the Marquis de Lafayette to America in 1780, will be launched for test … [Read more...]

Two Juniors Receive Goldwater Scholarships

GEOLOGY and international affairs double major Chris Kelly ’13 and chemistry major Emily Defnet ’13 have achieved national distinction as recipients … [Read more...]

Commencement 2012

LAFAYETTE granted 612 degrees to 585 graduating seniors and honorary doctorates to four distinguished leaders, including award-winning television and … [Read more...]

Four Faculty Members Remembered

THE FACULTY ADOPTED four memorial resolutions during the academic year for Donald McCluskey ’36 in October, Mary Jane Bradford in March, Joe Martin in … [Read more...]

New and Emeriti Trustees

MICHAEL C. HEANEY ’86 and Leo A. Helmers ’87 were elected to the Board of Trustees May 18 and began five-year terms July 1. Richard A. Grossman ’64, … [Read more...]

Paul J. McLoughlin II Named Dean of Students

PAUL J. MCLOUGHLIN II, former associate dean of Harvard College and senior adviser to the dean of Harvard College, became Lafayette’s new dean of … [Read more...]

Class of 2016 Profile

LAFAYETTE RECEIVED 6,656 applications for the Class of 2016, the largest number in the history of the College, and a 16 percent increase from last … [Read more...]