Lafayette employee investigated

By Matt Mitterhoff ‘16 and Aaron Levenson ‘15 | Collaborative Writers A Lafayette employee’s web services company was part of an FBI investigation on an online marketplace that sold contraband items, such as illegal drugs and stolen credit card numbers. A warrant, released to the public last month, was issued in September to search the servers […]

IAGGL is landing: Report on Greek life will be released later this month

Goals of the IAGGL period •Fraternities and sororities must provide open access and engagement opportunities to all students at Lafayette (non-discriminatory in selection of members). •Fraternities and sororities must facilitate demonstrated learning opportunities for students and provide benefits to the College as a whole. •The academic performance of students affiliated with fraternities and sororities must […]

Complicated Ukrainian situation discussed

In the midst of the fast-developing crisis in the Ukraine, the Very Reverend Father Bazyl Zawierucha argues Ukraine’s problems lie in the country’s ever-present economic, political, and linguistic divides. Zawierucha, currently provost and a professor of theology and church history at St. Sophia Seminary, came to Lafayette last Thursday to speak on the Ukrainian crisis, […]