At Lafayette, doing is as much a part of learning as class time. Here, hands-on experience is how we revolutionize the world. You’ll connect with students and alumni with similar interests and others passionate about fields of study you’ve never before imagined.
Professor Chawne Kimber stitches messaging about censorship, social injustice, and racism into layers of colorful cotton.
By Bryan Hay An interdisciplinary group of students is tending to a bacteria nursery as part of an innovative research project aimed at controlling the…
Precast concrete panels are now being installed on the $75 million Rockwell Integrated Sciences Center, future home to the biology, computer science, and…
How do female birds recognize foreign eggs? Maya Stine '18 discusses findings, as presented at this year's National… https://t.co/vv3VddwGV0
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The power of a song: see the inspiring ways Jackie Macri ’09 helps patients recover through music therapy:… https://t.co/QReQ5rovyW
It's a highly competitive award, and Justin Hines, associate professor of chemistry, is a recipient. Read more abou… https://t.co/210oqhWmqH