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Student Leadership and Involvement
Student Leadership and Involvement promotes a diverse and active lifestyle for Lafayette students. Check out the variety of programs and events available for the entire campus community.
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- Life at High Altitude: La Paz & Lake Titicaca November 19, 2014Bolivia! The final country on this semester-long adventure. We landed in La Paz on November 4th at 3:00 AM, after connecting flights in Madrid, Spain and Bogota, Colombia. After making our way through customs, our country coordinators greeted us with coca leaves to help us cope with the altitude – 11,913 feet above sea level. I […]Alexa Gatti
- Night of Dance November 13, 2014This past Saturday, the Hillel program that I was in charge of planning finally happened. After months and months of planning, the Night of Dance actually happened. The Hillel programming team and I worked very hard on this and overall it was a very successful event. Despite attendance being lower than expected, the people who […]Alexander Gordon-Sandweiss
- Politics of Water Talk November 7, 2014Today, environmental studies professor Jessica Hejny gave a talk on the political cultural surrounding bottled water. I am a member of Take Back the Tap, which is a student group whose goal is to reduce bottled water consumption on campus. I talked with Professor Hejny because I am in her Intro to the Environment class […]Alexander Gordon-Sandweiss
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