Thanks to Paul Staubi ’88, students got to work with theater professionals, stage and perform an Off Broadway play, and audition at the Kennedy Center.
Campaign Initiative: Athletics
Lafayette’s 23-sport Division I athletics program is an incubator for leadership and provides individual opportunities for students to excel. The Maroon Club helps us shape leaders on and off the field through support for coaches, equipment, scholarships, programs, and facilities.
Here are some examples of the impact of your investment.
The hero of a historic win for Lafayette’s men’s basketball team, Paul Staubi ’88 is extending his legacy for student-athletes and theater students.
World War II veteran Forbes Meston ’50 has lived through intense experiences. A charitable gift annuity has simplified his finances.
The facility reopened in August after undergoing a dramatic transformation thanks to a major gift from Mike Weinstein ’70 and his wife, Jill.
The facility reopened in August after undergoing a dramatic transformation thanks to a multi-million-dollar gift from Mike Weinstein ’70 and his wife, Jill Weinstein.
Donations from Matching Gift Challenge “are critical to our program and continue to enhance the experience for our team,” head coach Jim Rogalski said.
The Maroon Club’s Friends of Cross Country/Track & Field 10-day challenge raised $19,914 from 204 donors.
The Maroon Club co-sponsored the Career Development Series for Lafayette Student-Athletes.
Construction providing improvements and new features for the natatorium will begin in March 2016.
Over $41,000 was raised for the field hockey program in just two weeks.