Danielle Moore

Danielle Moore

August 26, 2015

International Law, Here and There

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In America, we take for granted that we are the “land of the free.” There are scores of people who believe that there is nothing more liberating than being an American citizen, and almost cannot fathom that there are groups of people who are marginalized and even lack basic human rights. This summer, I took […]

August 20, 2015

A Different Kind of Work Study

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By Danielle Moore ’17 One of the big financial decisions that rests upon us as we enter into college is working: What kind of campus jobs are offered, do we have the time to work, and what will a campus job do to enhance our college experience? As someone who has two jobs on campus, […]

August 5, 2015

Taking the Freshman Risk

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As a rising junior, I still look back on my academic experience at Lafayette and find that one of the best decisions I made was with my freshman year schedule. In my final year of high school, I became very passionate about politics and was absolutely certain I was going to be a Government and […]

Danielle Moore '17 sits on the trunk of a cherry blossom tree in Washington, D.C.

July 19, 2015

To Study Away

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October 6, 2014, changed my life. It began as a rather mundane day, as I had gone to class and spent the afternoon sitting in my room reading my history books like usual. Being a major procrastinator, I took a break to check my emails. I had received a message from American University, asking to […]