A season of ties

Photo by Ally Hill ‘15|Photo Editor The Lafayette men’s soccer team has been dominant defensively, allowing just four goals in its six games this fall. However, scoring has been in a drought as the Leopards have managed only five goals thus far. Those two combinations have resulted in a 1-0-5 record, which head coach Dennis […]

Early lead drifts away

Through the first day of the Bucknell Fall Invitational Tournament, the Lafayette golf team seemed well on its way to victory. Led by junior Phil Rosengarden’s 69 on the par-70 Bucknell Golf Club, Lafayette led by one stroke after the first round. Rosengarden’s round was highlighted by his first career hole-in-one. “I never had one […]

A new chapter

With disappointment from last season on its mind, the Lafayette men’s tennis team turned over a new leaf with a successful road trip last weekend. The team participated in the Villanova Invitational and was 12-8 in 20 matches of singles and doubles combined. Sophomores Brian Pinkard and Chris Matturi led the team with two double […]

Easton presents Supersize Me director

To kick off the Fifth Annual “Movies at the Mill” festival, Easton is bringing in a relatively big name. Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock, famous pop-documentary director known primarily for his Oscar-nominated debut film Supersize Me, will speak to kick off the proceedings. Spurlock will be leading a keynote seminar entitled “Getting the Film Made,” where Spurlock […]

That’s what she read: Instructions for a Heatwave by Maggie O’Farrell

Photo courtesy of book_oxfam.org If you read one novel this year, it should be Instructions for a Heatwave. It is that good. Robert Riordan vanishes in the middle of a stultifying London heatwave, leaving wife Gretta and grown children Michael Francis, Monica, and Aoife mystified, bereft, and angry. This family crisis of losing their father […]