Our Memories

The Lafayette College campus lost a beloved member of the Class of 2015 on May 5th, 2012. Please help commemorate Everett Glenn by adding your favorite pictures of him, leaving a memory you have about Everett below, or whatever you would like. Everett lives on inside all of us, and will never be forgotten. Rest in peace, Everett Glenn. You will be missed.





B.o.B – Don’t Let Me Fall



Memories of Everett

430 memories have been shared so far.
  • Anonymous


    Another young soul just passed onto heaven this weekend. Show her the ropes, okay? I know you’re running the show up there. I miss you terribly, and think about you every day. The Knicks are killin it this season, and I know it’s in your honor. Rest easy, and keep us all under your watch. We trust ya :) Love you, miss you, talk to you soon.


  • Anonymous

    Every time I drive home from LC, I always take that alone time to let you know how much I miss you. Sure, it makes me seem crazy talking to myself, but I know that you hear it, too. I cherish that time so much. When I say I think about you every day, it’s no exaggeration. I carry a little piece of you with me, tucked into a corner of my heart where it’ll never fade, be forgotten, or leave me.Miss you, kid.

  • Anonymous

    ma g, its been a long six long months without you! i havent forgotten about you though and think about you everyday. your picture is right on my nightstand and i pray for you and your family every night. love ya ev and i will forever remember the memories we shared.

  • Kaitlyn

    I miss you so much, there isn’t a day when you don’t cross my mind… in my heart and in my thoughts always <3 love you brother

  • Anonymous

    You’ve been on my mind a lot, my friend. Sometimes I laugh, sometimes I still cry, but all of the time, I feel you watching over everything I do. I like to think you hear the little jokes I throw your way, and that you don’t judge them too harshly; no one’s as funny as you, Ev, but I hope you’re doing well. lots of hugs and kisses coming your way <3 <3 <3

  • Anonymous

    indigo just passed and I was just thinking about you….I was thinking abot the struggle the black community at the academy is going through as we celebrate all your tragic deaths. Looking back we can remember both of your smiles, your jokes, hugs and smiles. YOU BOTH WILL BE MISSED

    I know you and Indigo are bumpin to katy perry up there

  • Anonymous

    You would probably be really surprised if you knew how much I think about you. We could hardly be considered close- I barely said a word to you. But you were a very familiar person in my life. Whenever I think about you, all I hear in my head is a resounding, “OPAAA!!” as you’d lunge forward and score a touch. I thought it was so funny. Sometimes, when I’d fence, I’d whisper to myself, “Opa!” When I found out what happened to you, my world caved in. I heard your victory cry in my head, I saw the vitality in your smile, it was impossible. You would always speak softly to me, look at me with such kindness, and even though I was quiet and shy and never expressed myself, I really liked you a lot.

    Going to your funeral was one of the hardest things I’ve ever gone through. I drove myself there. I’d just turned 17 the week before, just got my license, and here I was, driving my beat up used car on the highway for the first time. I had to be there. There had never been anything more urgent in my life. I had to be there.

    I cried a lot. Sometimes the world felt like it had sunk in. It would be two am and I was just sitting on the floor, sobbing. I’d just be a wreck. Still, months later, sometimes someone will ask me, “What’s wrong?” and a lot of the times, I’ll start talking about Everett.

    You were really a great person. You were one of the nicest people I’ve ever known. I smiled at the end of your funeral because I was happy I got to meet you. Rest in Peace, Everett.

  • Anonymous

    Ev, I have been thinking about you a lot. This summer I worked at an all boys camp, and one of the boys in my campus was named Everett. From the outside, he looked nothing like you—tiny, stick thin, bright blue eyes, blonde hair, pale as a sheet, and he was 8 years old. But for some reason there was something about this kid that would always bring you to mind. He had this enthusiasm and love for life that is so reminiscent of how you carried yourself. He was always the first one and last one out of the water, and he was always looking to have fun. He had a way of connecting with the other boys and had an outgoing, friendly, and hilarious personality. He was infectious, just like you. It was hard hearing his name around camp and not having your face be the one I turned around to see, but it’s good to remember that reminders of you are everywhere. Miss you Ev, school has felt different since you’ve been gone. Thank you for being you and for being in my life, even if it was for just a brief time.

  • Anonymous

    Heard Don’t Wake Me Up yesterday and, randomly, you came to mind. I literally think of you everyday…How awesome you were. Miss you more than you will ever know bud.

  • Jeffrey Fogel

    I didn’t know him, but i want to say im sorry and to send my condolences to you and family. Rest in Peace.

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