"One more time ... We love LIME 💚!"

Author: Slim Ghodhbane

Courtney Howell

Majors: International Affairs and Women and Gender Studies

Class: 2020
From: Martha’s Vineyard, MA
Aside from participating in LIME, Courtney is involved in Relay for Life as one of the board members and mentored Easton students through the programs Generation Next and STEM. She is part of a team that is creating an archival site for the Lafayette library on the history of the LGBTQ+ communities on the Lafayette College campus. This project is called the Queer Archives Project and is headed by Professor Mary Armstrong. Courtney is currently studying abroad in Seville, Spain where she is studying Spanish and taking courses on Spanish Art History and the issues related to gender inequality in Spain. 

Slim Ghodhbane

Class: 2021

Major: Computer Science

Minor: Mathematics

From: Hammamet, Tunisia


Slim is a computer science major and mathematics minor from Hammamet, Tunisia. He is interested in the visual applications of computer science (Graphics, computer vision, etc …) and works as an excel scholar within the CS department. Outside of classes, he enjoys playing Taiko (Japanese drums) in Lafayette’s percussion ensemble, playing the piano, as well as learning about the Japanese culture and fantasy stories. He is also part of the Refugee Action club which seeks to provide ongoing support to local refugee resettlement agencies. He was one of the leaders of international orientation for the class of 2022.

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