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 […]

A woman wearing an apron that says "Starlandia" stands in front of bright paintings.

August 25, 2015

Adventures and Haiku in Savannah

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By Willem Ytsma ’16 We used a Road Food book as our map for the whole trip. Both of us being millennials, we never bought a real one. Besides, those things are huge and we had a GPS. It was good enough.  We were headed to Savannah, Georgia.   The route was long, so we […]

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August 24, 2015

Symposium on National Policy on Gender Development in Madagascar

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Who would have thought that one day I would participate in a policy making symposium on gender development in Madagascar in the summer of my junior year of college? I have always been very interested in gender empowerment since childhood because of injustices and inequalities that I saw every day between men and women in Madagascar. […]

Aerial view of London, England

August 23, 2015

An Incredible 8 Weeks Abroad

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By Samuel Komrower ’17 Ever since my older sister studied abroad during her junior year of college, I too wanted to study overseas. The only problem was that I didn’t want to a miss a full semester of fun at Lafayette. Towards the end of my freshman year I got an e-mail from the Health […]

Friends pose for a photo during sunset at Delicate Arch, Arches National Park, Utah

August 21, 2015

LOSt In Utah

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For hours we had been driving through the unending flatness and emptiness along I-70W in Kansas. This was only a small portion of the immense journey to Moab, Utah, but this was the most mentally troublesome stretch for drivers and passengers. The flatness continued until we reached the glorious Rocky Mountains in Denver, Colorado. We […]


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, […]

Little brother and friend canoeing

August 19, 2015

Exploring Madagascar

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Hello everyone, I would like to share with you about my summer, which by the way is already ending since I am now back on campus. Right after my semester abroad in Dakar, Senegal, I went back home, to Madagascar, to intern at UNICEF Madagascar but also to spend time with my family. I had two weeks of […]

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August 18, 2015

A Summer in Londontown

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By Sally Trout ’16 Unlike many of my classmates, I had been looking forward to spending a summer in the UK for years, not months. I discovered the comparative healthcare course and internship program as a high school student visiting Lafayette, and hearing about the students’ experiences abroad in this particular program definitely played a […]


August 17, 2015

Summer Internship at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science

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By Jacob Strock ’17 When my career counselor Erin Evans introduced me to alumnus Dr. Richard Brill, I knew his type of research was exactly what I wanted to be doing, or at least try out. Since earlier than memory, I had an interest in fish. Dr. Brill, being both a NOAA employee and professor […]

Brandon Strickland rides MoMath's tricycle with square wheels.

August 16, 2015

Mathematics of Various Entertaining Subjects

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By Jason Saied ’16 This summer, I was fortunate enough to attend the Mathematics of Various Entertaining Subjects (MOVES) conference in Manhattan, a biennial conference focused around the mathematical study of puzzles and games. The conference, which was organized by the National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath), was held in honor of Elwyn R. Berlekamp, John […]