As a professional printer for my career days, I’m always interested in examining any printed product I receive. May I compliment the editors, production staff, and printer of Lafayette magazine. It is an amazing example of graphic arts design and printing competence over recent years.
That, coupled with informative editorial content, has made the magazine an eagerly anticipated publication for me. Would you pass along my sincere congratulations. And please keep this model of excellence alive and with continued improvement.
—Boyer Veitch ’53
You may compliment us on the magazine. A lot of time, effort and creative dancing goes into each issue, and our award-winning design team is delighted by your notice and appreciation. We’re continually striving to improve the publication so feel free to pass along any ideas.
We’ll be reading!
Director of Design
I dearly miss my home on College Hill and I look forward to receiving the upcoming issue of the Lafayette magazine at my new Brooklyn address where I moved for a job with Idealist. I loved reading it while I was on campus and I know I will love reading it as a new alumna. Could you please tell me how to file a change of address so I don’t miss an issue?
I’ll be waiting by my mailbox.
—Elizabeth “Libby” Lucy ’15
Congratulations on your new job in Brooklyn. We don’t want you to miss an issue either. To change your address, go to leopardlink.lafayette.edu and update your profile online, or contact Alumni Relations by calling 610-330-5040, or sending an email to email@example.com.
Executive Director of Alumni Relations
As a Lafayette grad and one who has taught medical students, physician residents-in-training, and premedical students, I found your article, “Grounded in the Liberal Arts,” in the Summer 2015 edition timely and important. I would like to share this article with as many students and colleagues as possible. Please advise as to how I may receive an online copy which I could share. Thanks so much.
—Charles P. Clericuzio, MD, FACS
Lafayette College Class of 1967
How nice of you to ask! We’d love for you to share the article, and you can access it online at magazine.lafayette.edu. In fact, all of our issues dating back to the 1930s have been digitized thanks to funding by Friends of Skillman Library through a generation gift from Arthur and Barbara Rothkopf. Fun fact: The Lafayette magazine was first titled the Lafayette Alumnus and was published from 1930-1974 by the Alumni Association of Lafayette College. The name was changed to the Lafayette Alumni Quarterly in 1974, and was renamed the Lafayette in 1988.