Notice of Online Archive

  • This page is no longer being updated and remains online for informational and historical purposes only. The information is accurate as of the last page update.

    For questions about page contents, contact the Communications Division.

The announcement and introduction of the 10 students selected as “Real Men of Lafayette” for 1999 will be made at a brown bag luncheon at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday, March 30, in the Marlo Room of the Farinon College Center.

Now in its third year, the Real Men of Lafayette program, conducted by a student organization called the Coalition for Relationship and Rape Education (CORRE), is one of several student-led initiatives at Lafayette that involve education about and speaking out against sexual assault and harassment.

A centerpiece of the program is a poster with the photos and names of the Real Men that will soon be posted all over campus. It’s a visible symbol of these students’ commitment – and the commitment of others in the Lafayette campus community – to play a high-profile leadership role in battling date rape and other forms of sexual assault.

The co-presidents of CORRE are Jonathan Gray ’99 of Hillsdale, N.J.; Kim Chung ’00 of Alexandria, Va.; and Erica Mellin ’99 of West Redding, Conn. Also supporting the production of the poster are Association for Lafayette Women, Delta Gamma sorority, and Chi Phi fraternity.

Categorized in: News and Features