That’s One

Led by a suffocating defense and junior tailback Ross Scheuerman, the Lafayette Leopards (1-3 overall, 1-0 Patriot League) won their first game of the season by dominating an outmatched Bucknell squad (1-3, 0-1) by a final score of 31-7. The win snaps a seven-game losing streak that stretches back to October of last season. Scheuerman […]

StuGov orders Non Cur to change

Graphic by Aaron Levenson ‘15 | The Lafayette Non Cur, “Lafayette’s Only Absurd Underground Journal,” must comply with new requirements or face “permanent removal of funding and revocation of recognition,” according to a memo sent by Student Government to Non Cur on Oct. 1. “Given the response of the community, Student Government felt it necessary […]

New sexual assault policy for American universities

Lafayette is preparing to implement changes in their sexual assault policy, under requirement of the reauthorized Violence Against Women Act. Under the new act, which was signed in March by President Obama, schools must offer programs for sexual-violence prevention, along with providing support and counseling for victims of sexual assault, minimum disciplinary standards for offenders, […]

Assault at Wawa

Photo by Austin Drucker ‘17 | The Lafayette Joey Pannullo ‘14 was assaulted in the Wawa parking lot on Cattell Street by three men after sticking up for female students on Sunday, September 22, around 2 a.m. Pannullo suffered a concussion, two black eyes, two broken ribs, and a lot of bruising and soreness. The […]

Letter to the Editor (10-3-13)

To the Lafayette Campus Community:   Since the start of the school year, the Inter-fraternity Council and the Panhellenic Council couldn’t help but notice our organizations being mentioned in various campus publications. Now that other people have had their say about who we are, we wanted to set the record straight. This fall, the Greek […]

Buildings on campus lack access for disabled students

Photos by Austin Drucker ‘17| The Lafayette Recent construction around campus has made handicap access difficult, but improvements are being made. ”The College continues to work on, and invest in, improvements to physical accessibility wherever it can despite some of the obvious limitations due to the age and configuration of some buildings,” Mary-Wilford Hunt, director […]

Basketball season underway: team welcomes four freshmen

Photos courtesy of goleopards.com Lafayette men’s basketball 2013-2014 is officially underway as of last Saturday’s first practice of the preseason. This is a multi-part series previewing Lafayette before it begins its season against Villanova at The Pavilion on November 8. Four recruits signed letters of intent to join Head Coach Fran O’Hanlon and the Lafayette […]