Secret Service director resigns amid controversy

Amid more than a week of questioning whether the Secret Service can execute their responsibilities effectively, Julia Pierson, the director of the Secret Service, resigned Tuesday, having lost the faith of the White House and members of Congress in her ability to run the now-plagued agency. Her resignation comes after a couple revelations about Secret


Langton (second from left) with her teammates after placing first in the 4x400 m relay. [Photo Courtesy of Haley Langton ‘15]

Timeout with….Patriot League Medalist Haley Langton ‘15

  AN: Take me through a typical in-season day. HL: Every practice is different. In season, we focus most on technique, strength and speed. AN: What other sports have you played and when? HL: Ever since I can remember and up until I started college, I was an avid soccer player. I played competitively for

Training in Spain

Field hockey travels to Spain to prepare for the fall ahead   The Lafayette field hockey team will begin practicing this June for their fall semester—but this practice won’t be taking place on this side of the Atlantic. The team will spend eight days in Barcelona and Valencia, Spain, where they will play four games

Arts and Culture

The best and brightest come to Williams Center

The 2015-2016 season promises to be a star-studded affair   Executive and Artistic Director of the Performance Series Hollis Ashby announced the lineup Wednesday for the 2015-16 season at the Williams Center for the Arts. Lafayette College houses one of the best performing arts centers in the region, and is recognized nationally for outstanding programming,


Love letters from Ana: First loves

  For a graduating senior and mentor. Standing at a baseball ground slump with a smile—you swore was made of glass Jacket like a spread-winged eagle, he saw you and looked down to check his tie. And you’ve never been looked at like you were made of glitter And he had these sad eyes that


Love Letters From Ana: Letter of Resignation

In this hustle and bustle we call life, it’s difficult not to get caught up in our work and the drama of our friends and families.But there are those times, those rare times, when we stop and realize that there is something severely missing—your one, true love (or, if you’re me, this is all you


Eastonian eats this weekend: Events this Sunday for your hungry stomach

If you’ve recently found yourself in a bit of a lull with cafeteria options, fear not. There are two very exciting and delicious events happening in Easton this Sunday. Start pedaling at 11 a.m. to the 21st Annual Bike to Brunch & 40th Anniversary Celebration hosted by Genesis Bicycles with a four mile bicycle ride


That’s What She Read: Flying Shoes by Lisa Howorth

This is an odd yet compulsively readable first novel by a writer that’s a must watch for in the future. It’s odd because the characters are just that. And for its revamped southern-gothic-type story. Protagonist Mary Byrd learns that the unsolved murder of her nine-year old stepbrother is being reopened and she’s been asked to journey back


Letter from the Editor

Dear Lafayette community, It is now the end of a long semester. Amidst budget troubles and the pressure to put out high quality content weekly, I could not be more proud of the staff I had the pleasure of spending this past semester with. Two of our graduating seniors, Reine Pavlik ‘15 and Aaron Levenson


The Last Top 10: If the 1884 crowd attended the 150th

Another Laf-Lehigh is upon us, and for those who haven’t gotten the message yet: this year is kind of a big deal. While it’s exciting that the Empire State Building will be lit up with the Maroon and Brown (a winning combo if you ask anyone who’s color blind) and that we’ve sold out Yankee