Melding the music: A weekend of wide-ranging music performances

By Anastasia Gayol Cintron ‘17 and Rachel Rubino ‘17 | Collaborative Writers A different kind of tune from your typical Christmas songs will be ringing over campus in the next few days. Several student groups will be featuring a combination of classical, Zimbabwean and holiday music today and Saturday. Kicking off the weekend is the Student […]

Behind the Scenes: Students produce PBS broadcast

Photos courtesy of Lafayette College Lafayette students appeared on PBS for the second time in two years in “Lafayette Lens,” a student-run production created in partnership with Lehigh Valley PBS affiliate, WLVT Channel 39. Students of Professor Mark Crain’s Political Economy class managed the production. Together, they developed production strategies and learned to communicate through […]

A change in culture: Lafayette Football 2013 and its senior class leave lasting mark on program

Photo courtesy of Athletic Communications The atmosphere was festive in the Bourger Varsity Football House on Wednesday afternoon and it had little to do with the ongoing holiday season. It was championship ring fitting day, the first one since 2006. Sample sizes were available for players and staff members to try on throughout the day. […]

Bounce-back comeback

Photo courtesy of Athletic Communications Facing adversity for the first time this season the Lafayette women’s basketball team bounced back from a heartbreaking loss against Northwestern to beat Loyola 66-55 last Friday. The team improved its record to (5-2) on the season, putting them right where they want to be. Despite the second loss, Coach […]

StuGov Q&A

Photo  by Danielle Moore ‘15 The Lafayette sat down with Student Government President-elect Connor Heinlein ‘15 and re-elected Vice President Ryan Monahan ‘15 to talk about their platforms and their plans for the next coming year. The interview has been edited for length and for clarity. Matt Mitterhoff: What is your platform? What do you […]