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Andrea LaConte-Magno ’00

June 30, 2015

Meet Benjamin Moore’s Color Manager: Andrea LaConte-Magno ’00

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If you selected Benjamin Moore paint in the last 10 years, chances are Andrea LaConte-Magno ’00 had a lot to do with your choice. As color and design studio manager for Benjamin Moore, LaConte-Magno leads a team that is always seeking inspiration for fresh home decor colors.

Brian Peacock ’12 and Michael Thompson ’12 work in the lab.

May 25, 2015

Scholarship and Fellowship Recipients

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Below is a list of recent Lafayette recipients of national and international scholarships and fellowships for undergraduate and post-graduate study. For information on applying for scholarships and fellowships, contact Julia A. Goldberg, associate dean of the College, (610) 330-5080. Undergraduate American Academy of Political and Social Science Junior Fellowship 2006-07 — Patrick Zboray ’07 [B.S. […]

The class discusses the vaulting in St. Patrick's Cathedral.

May 14, 2015

Photo Gallery: History of New York Architecture

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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 […]

Cory Spera '15 has won the 2015 George Wharton Pepper Prize.

May 8, 2015

Cory Spera ’15 Wins George Wharton Pepper Prize

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Throughout his time on College Hill, Cory Spera ’15 has found ways to translate his involvement in sports and academics into opportunities to serve both the local and Lafayette communities. A right-handed pitcher and biology major, Spera (Lorton, Va.) has been an athletic peer mentor for three years, guiding first-year students in athletics and college […]

Alex Merriman ’17 as Frankenstein's creature, carries a recently murdered William Frankenstein.

April 28, 2015

Frankenstein 2029: The Future Meets the Past

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More than 1,000 people descended upon the Williams Arts Campus last week to explore Frankenstein 2029, a groundbreaking multi-venue, multi-era, multimedia-infused performance piece. Based on Mary Shelley’s gothic novel, the production challenged both the boundaries of live performance and what it means to be human in an ever-accelerating technological world. More than 80 students, faculty, staff, […]

Students perform during dress rehearsal for “Frankenstein 2029.”

April 27, 2015

“Multimedia Event of the Year”

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Raymond Macharia ’15, Louis Wheeler ’15, and Ellen Galperin ’15 show off the Frankenstein 2029 mobile website on the set of the production.

April 22, 2015

Students Develop Mobile Website to Anchor Frankenstein 2029

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The recent multimedia performance of Frankenstein 2029 challenged the notion of what it means to be human in a world made increasingly cold by technology. But a team of five computer science students discovered while developing a mobile website to enhance the audience experience that without imagination, technology is merely hardware. It’s about the client, […]

Zachary Sporn '15, Michael Rockman '17 and Professor Justin Hines work in a lab in Hugel Science Center.

April 17, 2015

Dana Lapides ’16 and Zachary Sporn ’16 Receive Goldwater Scholarships

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After Zachary Sporn ’16 (Athens, Pa.) graduates next year, he plans to become a physician and perform research on neurodegenerative disorders. Dana Lapides ’16 (Doylestown, Pa.) hopes to become a university professor and conduct research on nano-scale mathematical and physical problems. Both students are one step closer to attaining their goals after receiving Goldwater Scholarships. […]

Alec Golini '14 on the field for the Leopards

April 15, 2015

Alec Golini ’14 Receives National Honor for Civic Engagement

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Community service and social justice have always been a vital part of Alec Golini’s life. His efforts to support Easton residents living in poverty have been recognized by Campus Compact, a national coalition of more than 1,100 college and university presidents promoting campus-initiated civic engagement. Golini ’14 received the coalition’s Newman Civic Fellows Award, which […]

Kevin Mandia '92

April 13, 2015

Cybersecurity Expert Kevin Mandia ’92 Featured on 60 Minutes

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Kevin Mandia ’92, senior vice president and chief operating officer of the FireEye™ security software firm, discussed the ramifications of North Korea’s cyberattack on Sony Pictures on 60 Minutes Sunday. Watch the segment (Mandia appears at 2:40) Mandia became a national figure in 2013 after his cybersecurity company, Mandiant, published a 60-page report revealing that […]