Campus events and programs provide a unique opportunity to learn and grow outside the classroom.
Lafayette is dedicated to enhancing traditions, developing innovative programs and focusing on social, cultural, and global issues. Make sure you check out the online campus calendar for up-to-the minute events.
The Social Justice Series occurs during both the fall and spring semesters. Speakers and events in the series present interesting and thought-provoking lectures and performances about issues related to social justice. Past events have included lectures from Kimberlé Crenshaw, W. Kamau Bell, and Carolina Contreras.
Senior Sips are social gatherings held every month for senior students. The events are themed differently every month and offer a break for students to relax with friends and enjoy food and drinks.
Midnight Breakfast occurs twice a year – before the Lafayette-Lehigh Rivalry Game and Spring Concert. The breakfast is held in Upper Farinon Dining Hall and is served by various faculty and staff.