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Students got a firsthand look at some of New York City’s most architecturally significant buildings when Robert Mattison, Marshall R. Metzgar Professor of Art History, led members of his History of Architecture class on a walking tour of mid-town Manhattan last month. The tour is an example of the kind of academic and career opportunities available to students due to Lafayette’s proximity to New York City.

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Photos by Clay Wegrzynowicz ’18

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  1. Caron Anderson says:

    I can remember doing something similar to this when I was a student at Goucher – we toured Baltimore.
    I did graduate from Lafayette however. This might be a good educational event for local alumni.

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