Photo galleries by Adam Atkinson capture the first week of the spring semester.
Lafayette's faculty and staff recently shared their expertise to promote a greater understanding of equity and diversity issues.
Political organizer Damareo Cooper discusses the benefits of activism in virtual event hosted by Africana Studies.
Prof. Susan Averett shares how the economic crisis triggered by the pandemic hit women disproportionately hard.
Creative activity helps students learn the importance of critical thinking and collaborating when analyzing scientific data.
Lafayette’s engineering studies program bridges the College's rich liberal arts and scientific traditions; graduates have successful careers in a broad…
Brian Samble of Franklin & Marshall College has been named Lafayette’s dean of students.
Prof. Khadijah Mitchell will participate in a February 19 educational webinar the American Lung Association is hosting to honor Black History Month.
Prof. John Kincaid shares insights about the impeachment process and how the trial is likely to end.
Prof. Justin Smith’s hands-on computer science course provides real-world experience for students and helps local nonprofits.
Meyner Center's David Woglam discusses COVID's financial fallout for local municipalities.