Map of New Chauncey: A Historical West Lafayette Community

I had the pleasure of working with Purdue’s Stacy Nall and her English 108 class this past Fall and Winter.  The output of this semester’s course was an interactive map titled, New Chauncey: A Historical West Lafayette Community.  The students covered a wide variety of topics; CSO events to the Paula R. Woods Park to Little Free Libraries.


(this map was created in collaboration with the Stacy Nall’s 2014 Fall Semester English 108 class)

We will be posting future articles that contain the information that the students from the course researched and provided for us to use, discuss, and reference.

The students presented their map and research at the West Lafayette Public Library on December 10th.

English 108 - Nall - WLPL Presentation 2014

Another wonderful example of what makes New Chauncey in West Lafayette, Indiana a incredible place to live.

2014 is closing fast!

On behalf of the New Chauncey Neighborhood Association, we want to wish everyone in New Chauncey and Greater Lafayette a happy and safe holiday season!

Next year will be here before you know it.

Don’t forget, our annual Soup ‘n Dance will be held on Friday January 30 from 6-8PM at Morton Community Center.

April 2015 marks two years since our New Chauncey Land Use Plan was created by the APC and adopted by the City a month later.

What components of the strategic plan should we focus on, as a individuals? As neighbors? As a neighborhood?

Download a copy of the New Chauncey Strategic Plan.

If something sparks in your mind, let someone know. 2015 is also the local municipal election and should prove to be an amazing year for #greaterlala!

Cheers.