A picture from the Rosh Hashanah dinner

September 26, 2014

Rosh Hashanah

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Here at Lafayette, we have a pretty vibrant Jewish community where throughout the school year we come together to celebrate various holidays. This past week, members of Hillel and the Lafayette community came together to celebrate Rosh Hashanah or the Jewish New Year. On Wednesday evening, there was a dinner in the Marlo Room in […]

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September 25, 2014

On the Best Kept Secret at Lafayette

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Hi everyone! My name’s Matt Lebow and this is my first ever post for Lafayette Voices – great to be here. Anyway, I would like to get you guys started with a few insights on where I live, and why I love it here so much. I live in the McKelvy House aka 200 High […]

MEDLIFE Volunteer Trip Spring 2014

September 24, 2014

Service at Lafayette!

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There are many ways to be involved with service at Lafayette. Being involved with the Landis office is so easy and full of rewards. During the year, I tutor the local high school in Easton. There are several projects to be a part of. This year I hope to be more involved with service not […]

Point Reyes National Seashore (The Landscape)

September 24, 2014

IHP Climate Change: San Francisco

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The Adelaide is a cozy little hostel tucked into the Isadora-Duncan alleyway only a few blocks away from Union Square. Taqueria El Sol became our go-to destination for nearby veggie burritos. We were surrounded by restaurants of all different cuisines. Breakfast is served every morning from 7–10. Hostel guests gather in the kitchen downstairs to eat and […]

Picture of one of the banners at the People's Climate March in New York City on 11/21/14

September 21, 2014

People’s Climate March

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Today I had the pleasure of going to the People’s Climate March in New York City. We were lucky enough to get a bus from Student Government and the Environmental Science Department and so I thought that it would be a once-in-a-lifetime experience to take advantage of the opportunity. The sheer amount of people there […]

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September 14, 2014

Back to it

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Hey y’all! My name is Érika Hernández, and I am a sophomore here at Lafayette College. Just to give you all a little more information about myself, I come from a big family–I have eight cousins (whom I consider my brothers and sisters) and two younger siblings. We grew up under the same roof so going […]

The Pep Band performing at the Lafayette Derby Days during Spring 2014.

September 13, 2014

Pep Band

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At Lafayette, I am a member of the Pep Band, in which I play the clarinet. We play at the football games in the fall and the basketball games in the spring, as well as various events throughout the school year. When I came for Band Camp before Orientation freshman year, I was excited because […]

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August 31, 2014

Final Post

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After a hazy first week of classes, I spent most of this weekend at a Landis staff retreat preparing for the upcoming year; and with that, my semester officially began. I’ve worked with the Landis Center ever since my freshman year, both as an America Reads tutor and as a program coordinator. During this retreat, […]

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August 27, 2014

Gratitude

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  This blog post is one of gratitude to all the great people I worked with over the summer. As a full-time tour guide, it was an experience that was both professionally insightful as well as a good learning opportunity to work for a college admissions office. Indeed it was my co-workers who really set […]

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August 24, 2014

A Whole New World!

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After one 16-hour flight, a missing contact lens, and a whole lot of turbulence, we finally arrived in the mother land! Once we finally arrived in Chengdu, China, I couldn’t help but feel a strong sense of accomplishment. That had to be the longest flight ever, considering I had to spend 13 of the 16 […]