Mike’d Up: The emergence of Cam Newton and the best pickup basketball game ever

The Carolina Panthers sit at 7-3 in large part to the emergence of their former No. 1 overall draft pick. Kelley: Cam Newton… wildly talented but wildly immature. It seems as though, in his third season, that he has begun to solve the immaturity dilemma. Self-nicknamed “Ace Boogie”, Mr. Boogie appears to be the next […]

#Roll Plagiarism?

School-sponsored slogans similar to other schools’ phrases In college sports, many trends are copied by other schools as soon as they catch fire. Since Oregon University began utilizing endless uniform combinations every game day, many other schools followed suit by introducing their own unique combos. But when it comes to borrowing 100-year-old slogans, the line […]

Race to the finish

Photo by Reine Pavlik ‘15 The presidential and vice presidential candidates for student government gathered for a Wednesday afternoon debate, moderated by current Student Government President Michael Prisco ‘14, to discuss issues concerning the campus and laid out the platforms they plan to follow when elected. Connor Heinlein ‘15 (Presidential nominee) aims to increase the […]

Expert gives talk on Israel-Palestine relations

Photo by Samantha Praman-Linton ‘16 Gershon Baskin, a renowned expert on Israeli-Palestinian relations, spoke at Lafayette this Monday in a lecture titled “The Failed Oslo Peace Process: What Went Wrong and Lessons Learned.” Baskin, a founder of Israel/Palestine Center for Research and Information, a public policy think tank based in Jerusalem that assisted with the […]

No trophy…yet

Photos by Austin Drucker ‘17 and Hana Isihara ‘17 After Saturday’s failed comeback attempt against Colgate, Lafayette (3-6 overall, 3-1 Patriot League) cannot afford to waste time feeling frustrated. Not with No. 5 Fordham (10-0) coming to Easton tomorrow. Although meaningless in league play, the matchup against the Rams figures to be the toughest test Lafayette […]