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The following is a selection of recent media coverage of Lafayette:

Lafayette’s studio art program, with its emphasis on collaboration and community, was featured in articles in The New York Times and Christian Science Monitor last weekend. A summary of those articles, and another featuring New York photographer Bill Hayward ’65 and Ross Gay ’96, is posted on Lafayette’s web site.

The $153,000 NASA grant awarded to David Hogenboom, professor emeritus of physics at Lafayette, Andrew Dougherty, associate professor of physics, and a colleague for research related to Europa, a moon of Jupiter, is the focus of an article today in The Express-Times of Easton. An article on the project is available on Lafayette’s web site.

“School keeps getting better and better for a 2002 Culpeper High School graduate and freshman of Lafayette College,” notes the Culpeper (Va.) Star-Exponent in a Jan. 7 article about Marquis Scholar Danielle Wycoff ’06 (Reva, Vir.). “Wyckoff, along with her choral class, is starting off the new year with a two-week trip in Europe where they will visit and perform at three of Europe’s capital cities: Helsinki, Finland; Tallinn, Estonia; and Budpest, HungaryWyckoff said she is excited about the possibility of singing with the Bratislava Conservatory, and other choirs throughout Europe.”

In a Jan. 2 article, Southampton Press (Western Edition) of Westhampton Beach, N.Y., described the study abroad trip taken by Marquis Scholar James Mangarillo ’03 (Hampton Bays, N.Y.) to Turkey over the January interim session.

The Madison Eagle of Madison, N.J., noted that Marquis Scholar Emily Groves ’05 would be traveling to East Africa with 27 other Lafayette students over the January interim session in its Jan. 2 issue.

The Dec. 24 issue of the Courier News of Bridgewater, N.J., reported on the study abroad trips taken by Marquis Scholars Kari Horowitz ’04 (Hillsborough, N.J.) and Catriona Duncanson ’03 (Bridgewater, N.J.) to South America and Turkey, respectively, over the January interim session: “‘I’m just excited to see everything, just another part of the world,’ said Horowitz, who works as an emergency medical technician in Hillsborough and hopes to attend medical school.”

An article about all of Lafayette’s interim session study abroad programs, including student comments, is available on Lafayette’s web site.

Media Coverage of Lafayette: Jan. 17, 2003
Media Coverage of Lafayette: Jan. 15, 2003
Media Coverage of Lafayette: Jan. 13, 2003
Media Coverage of Lafayette: Jan. 9, 2003
Media Coverage of Lafayette: Jan. 6, 2003
Media Coverage of Lafayette: Jan. 3, 2003
Media Coverage of Lafayette: Jan. 2, 2003

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