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.
Julie Smith, professor of economics, was a featured guest on the Feb. 10, 2021 edition of NPR's Marketplace.
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. 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.
Wired magazine names Prof. Benjamin Cohen's Pure Adulteration one of the "most fascinating books of 2020."
Prof. Susan Averett contributed to the first study of its kind, examining the impact of light pollution on fetal health using a measure of "skyglow."