Non Cur thawed: StuGov unfreezes funds

In an emailed press release written in Spanish, Non Cur Editor-in-Chief Noah Drauschak ‘16 announced that the controversial satire journal is back in business. The campus publication was mired in frozen funds after student government ordered changes to their constitution on Oct. 1. The changes included mandatory, moderated public forums and required signatures from Non […]

Meal plan mix-up clarified

Photo by Nicole Maselli ‘14| The Lafayette An email sent by Lafayette Dining Services announced no changes will be made to meal equivalency this year, contrary to popular belief. According to the email sent by dining services, the meal equivalency program was expanded this year. “In both the Food Court/Lower and in Simon’s Café, as […]

Who will it be?

Photos by Athletic Communications and Austin Drucker ‘17 | Photographer Head Coach Frank Tavani has a quarterback decision on his hands. And just minutes into Tuesday’s media luncheon, Tavani was asked the same question that has been on his mind all week: who will it be? Andrew Dzurik ‘16 or freshman Drew Reed? “It’s important […]

Food for thought: “In-vitro” meat a possible alternative

Photo by Alyssa Braver ’16 | The Lafayette This past Tuesday, Wyatt Galusky, a philosophy professor from SUNY-Morrisville and Hamilton College, gave a lecture entitled “Technology as Responsibility: Failure, Food Animals, & Lab-grown Meat. “ The lecture focused on the relationship between humans and animals and how problematic our agriculture system has become. One potential solution […]

StuGov rejects Non Cur constitution

Student Government rejected the changes Non Cur, the controversial satirical journal, made to their constitution Tuesday. Until missing requirements and loose language are corrected in the constitution, the journal’s funds will remain frozen. “As of right now, we’re not going to be approving this constitution,” Student Government President Michael Prisco ‘14 said. In a previous […]

Four new members join women’s basketball

Photos courtesy of goleopards.com Head Coach Dianne Nolan traveled across the Atlantic Ocean to sign one of four new recruits for the 2013-2014 Lafayette women’s basketball team. Under the advice of former Lafayette star LaKeisha Wright ‘11, who currently plays professionally in England, Nolan visited Harriet Ottewill Soulsby. A 6’3” forward from Berlin, Germany, Soulsby […]