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Category: The 2019 Team (Page 1 of 2)

The profiles of the 2019 LIME team of Lafayette students who will travel to Madagascar

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. 

Class: of 2021

Major: Psychology and Environmental Studies

From: Beltsville, Maryland

Clennie is a Psychology and Environmental Studies major that has an interest in becoming a special education teacher. Other than Lime on campus he is a Washington D.C Posse Scholar, apart of the Lafayette football team, Admissions Ambassador, and a social justice peer educator in Kaleidoscope. He is also the Co-President of Brothers of Lafayette which provides a space for men of color on campus to come fellowship, form comradery,  and foster open conversation. Clennie enjoys spending time with family and friends, watching videos online, and listening to music.

Class: 2021

Major: BA History

From: Bronx, New York

Angelique is a history major with a passion for social justice and education. On campus, she is an active social justice peer educator in Kaleidoscope as well as a New York Posse Scholar. She  is a member of Pi Beta Phi and works with their philanthropy: Read, Lead, Achieve. The goal of Read, Lead, Achieve is to inspire young students to gain a lifelong love of reading and create a more literate productive society. As an aspiring middle school social studies teacher, Angelique enjoys helping students any chance she gets. She also enjoys watching tasty videos online, swimming with her friends, and eating dinner with her family in her favorite NYC vegetarian eateries.

Class: 2021

Major: BS Geology,  Anthropology & Sociology Minor

From: Kingston, Jamaica

Julisan is a Geology major with a geology concentration and a Anthropology & Sociology minor. On campus, she serves as a member of the Policy and Standards for the Pi Beta Phi fraternity for women, a Writing Associate, and an Admissions Ambassador in the Lafayette College Ambassadors Program. She is also a past resident of the Grossman House for Global Perspectives, where students are encouraged to discuss global issues and traditions.  She is also currently learning more about her culture through dance in Lafayette’s first Caribbean and African Dance Club. Outside of school, Julisan enjoys admiring art, listening to music, spending quality time with her friends and watching movies based on true stories.She is always willing to lend a hand to anyone who may need it. She is extremely excited to meet the LIME students and to learn as much from them as they might from her!

Class: 2021

Major: Neuroscience

Minor: Health Care & Society

From: Staten Island, New York

Josette is a Neuroscience major and a Health Care and Society minor at Lafayette College. She is interested in entering the world of public health and health disparities amongst underprivileged groups worldwide. Besides her involvement on the 2019 LIME team, Josette is also a 2018-2019 Portlock Black Cultural Center resident, giving her a platform to especially advocate for diversity and inclusion on Lafayette’s campus. She is also apart of Science Horizons, on campus research in the Neuroscience Department, and the Lafayette College Ambassador Program where she works as a tour guide. Besides her academics, Josette really enjoys listening to music, performing with Precision Step Team, watching crime series’ on Netflix, and having friends over just to spend quality time together!

Grace Cornell

 

Class: 2021

Major: International Affairs and Art

From: Bay Head, New Jersey

Grace is an International Affairs and Art major from Bay Head New Jersey. On campus, besides her involvement in LIME, Grace is a part of The Creative and Performing Arts Scholars Program (CaPA) and is a member of the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority where she is the Vice President of Marketing. Grace enjoys her free time doing art, playing tennis, traveling, and volunteering with her sorority. Grace is so excited to go to Madagascar and meet the students!

Mirana Randriamanantsoa

Class: 2021

Major: International Affairs and Government and Law

From: Madagascar; Antananarivo

 

At Lafayette, Mirana is part of LIME and ISA (International Student Association). She was one of the Peer Advisor Assistants and really enjoyed that experience. Outside academics and extracurricular activities, she likes attending events prepared by the Art Center at Lafayette and went to one of the most incredible plays the College hosted. After her studies, she would like to pursue her passion and use what she learned to give children and young students, especially those in the most unfavorable conditions, the opportunity to study and become the best version of themselves.

Katie Kavanagh

Class: 2021

Major: Environmental Science and International Affairs

From: Poolesville, Maryland

Outside of class, Katie is a resident advisor, a supplemental instruction leader, and a member of Lafayette’s Refugee Action club, an organization that seeks to raise awareness of refugee crises around the world and support local refugee resettlement agencies. Katie is also on the exec board of Alternative School Break club, a community service organization. Katie enjoys traveling, languages, and working with others. She is very excited to get to know the LIME students in Madagascar!

Reed Aichholz

 

Class: 2021

Major: Economics

From: Cincinnati, Ohio

Reed is a dedicated student, currently pursuing knowledge about economic development. He is also on the football team. On campus, he is a part of Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), Disciplemakers, and helps with bible studies. After football and school are over, Reed intends on doing ministry and development to share the love of Jesus while helping to fight poverty.

 

Slim Ghodhbane

Class: 2021

Major: Computer Science

Minor: Mathematics

From: Hammamet, Tunisia

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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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