Easton

A black and white photo of the Quadrant Book Mart Coffeehouse store front, with a reflection of buildings across the road

August 15, 2015

Black & White Photography

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By Christine Pigott ’16 In Art 196: Black and White Photography this summer, I learned the history of photography and how the subject matter and development of film have changed over time. I learned how to operate a 35mm camera with manual controls, how to process film, and how to print my own photos. As […]

June 24, 2015

Summer in Easton

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Hi! As a brief intro, my name is Sadie and I’m a rising junior. While many of my friends are spending their summers donning suits for internships or traveling the world, I decided to spend this summer at beautiful Camp Laf. Spending the summer on campus has given me the opportunity to get to know […]

Kirby Hall of Civil Rights with snow on the ground before it

March 3, 2015

Let It Snow…

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The recent snowfall left Lafayette (and the surrounding areas) covered in a thick blanket of white snow. Some complained… actually many complained; it’s too cold, how will I get to class, now I can’t get food, etc. But personally, I love the snow. I wouldn’t necessarily call myself a winter person. I mean I love […]

January 24, 2015

Out On the Town: the Vibrance of Easton

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Take a walk down College Hill, into the center of Easton. It is a great way to relax and clear your head during stressful times. It may be tempting to stay tucked away in the library or spend your days on College Hill, but Easton has delicious food, a vibrant community, and wonderful activities and […]

Five first-year students sit around a table at a cafe/bookstore in Easton, The Quadrant

January 22, 2015

Dining In Easton: Cheap Eats, Delicious Treats, & Fancy Feasts

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Naturally, when you go to Lafayette, students will rave about coffee and lattes from Cosmic Cup, Wawa mac-n-cheese, Don Juan’s burritos, and pizza from Pizza D’Oro and Morici’s, but restaurants down the hill have so much to offer. To celebrate the weekend, a birthday, the completion of a tough paper or exam, to spend some […]

June 15, 2011

Building Connections Between Lafayette and Easton

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From June 1-3, I attended the 6th annual International Town & Gown Association University/City Relations Conference in Boulder, Colorado.  The conference brought together university officials, city administrators and students from around the United States, Canada and Australia to discuss growing successes and challenges to town-gown relations. Forty-five conference sessions took place over the three-day conference […]