How do you describe a typical Lafayette student? Lafayette students are hungry to learn and eager to use their voices. They are incredibly involved, innovative and introspective leaders that seek to leave a legacy on campus that makes our community better.
Why did you choose to be part of the Lafayette community? When I visited Lafayette in fall 2015 on a self-guided tour with my family, my dad sat in one of the wooden Adirondack chairs on the quad and calmly said, “This is the place.” With the backdrop of gorgeous color-changing trees, smiling students welcomed me as they walked by and the dean of admissions took time out of his busy day to answer my questions. I could feel the positive vibes and scholarly energy and knew that I could make this place my home. Nine years later, I am still here!
Favorite spot on campus: Kirby Library
When did you start working at Lafayette College? 2016
Relationship to the College: Alum
Favorite Easton restaurant: Quadrant Bookstore
What high school did you attend? Seneca Valley High School, Maryland
Where did you attend college? Lafayette College, Pennsylvania
What activities do you enjoy? I’ve lived on College Hill for the last 9 years (4 as a student) and each year I am forever grateful for the community that I have here. I love to walk around the beautiful quad with my roommate/colleague and wave hello to our favorite students, eat plate-sized pancakes for brunch in the garden area of the Quadrant Bookstore downtown, and teach Zumba to students and faculty on Monday evenings.