Top Ten Things that would be more exciting to watch than last Sunday’s Super Bowl

Regardless of how excited you were, how much guacamole you bought, or what team you rooted for, it’s pretty certain that you found the Super Bowl this past Sunday dull. If I wanted to watch something get destroyed on television I’d most certainly pick something different than Peyton Manning’s dreams (Peyton, if you’re reading this, […]

Robert Pastor ‘69

Photos by Ally Hill ‘15 Robert A. Pastor ’69 died January 8 at his home in Washington, D.C., succumbing to complications with colon cancer. He was 66. Pastor worked as the Director of the Office of Latin American and Caribbean Affairs for the National Security Council in President Jimmy Carter’s cabinet. He was also at […]

National Signing Day

The second scholarship class in Lafayette football history was officially signed earlier this week. Wednesday was National Signing Day nationwide and head coach Frank Tavani announced the signing of 26 incoming freshmen that will complete the recruiting class of 2018. Sixteen scholarships were employed this year. Two full scholarships were split in half, which were […]

Midnight soccer

Photo courtesy of Jason Goldfarb ’14 At 10:30 p.m. last Saturday night, men’s club soccer captain Jason Goldfarb ‘14 sat in the driver’s seat. Eyes on the road, he held out a fresh bottle of 5-Hour Energy to his co-pilot and star midfielder, Sam Diffendall ‘16. “Open this for me!” he commanded. They were off […]