After going to the Patriot League Championship last year, the Lafayette men’s basketball team went 11-20 this season. The Mike’d Up guys, in their debut video, try to find answers in what went wrong.
Mick and Mike break down the Final Four and tell you why it’s ridiculous to think that UConn and Kentucky are Cinderella teams. Who ya got?
After two Lafayette students were arrested in connection to a drug ring, we took to the proverbial streets to get the community’s opinion on how extensive this culture stretches.
Lafayette in the midst of historic season Photo by Christie Behot ‘16 The score was 19-15 in favor of Lafayette, but Albright University was inching closer to scoring. It was the moment that players dream of, when one play from either side could determine the outcome. In this case, it was two fleeting moments. Captain […]
Baseball: (11-22, 4-10) Photo by Sarah Fryfield ‘16 Saturday: L 4-0 (7) vs. Bucknell Bucknell starter Bryson Hough led the way for the away team tossing seven scoreless innings, giving up three hits and fanning one. Saturday: L 4-1 vs. Bucknell After the second inning, Lafayette was held to 2 hits of the bats of […]
Photo courtesy of Athletic Communications This past fall, the Lafayette men’s golf team played the twelfth hole at West Point, NY and it got the best of them: 23 over par in the span of three days. With a narrow tee shot and false front green, this 398-yard hole proves the course in West Point […]
Photo by Austin Drucker ‘17 Final Record: 2-11 overall, 1-8 Patriot League. The Leopards’ two wins were against Colgate on February 22 and Monmouth on April 1. Most Devastating Loss: Two overtime nonconference losses to Mercer and Manhattan were games that Lafayette expected to win. Nevertheless, head coach Jim Rogalski said the loss to Navy […]
20th Anniversary of the H. MacKnight Black Poetry Reading Photo by Qi Yu ’17 During the 20th H. MacKnight Black Poetry Reading, winner Jasmine Jay ‘14 read her poem, “Two Dimensional Jesus” with rhythmic passion and poise. Jay based her winning piece on a conversation with a friend from home in the summer of 2013. […]
Photo by Katie Weeks ‘16 Sophomore distance runner Steph Benko shattered the Lafayette record by ten seconds in the 3000-meter steeplechase at the Greyhound Invitational with a time of 10:40.71. Benko’s time qualified her for the ECACs. What does it mean to you to be in the record books as the best in Lafayette history? […]
The NBA Playoffs kicked off last week. Who will take home the championship? Kowaleski: East: The Heat are the only logical option here. The Pacers got home court advantage, but to say they’ve been inconsistent would be an understatement—the fact that they’re tied 1-1 with the 38-win Atlanta Hawks says it all. The Nets swept […]
Orange is the New Black author visits campus Illustration by Liz DiSabatino ‘16 and Izzy Goetze ’16 Piper Kerman, author of Orange is the New Black, seamlessly connected jails and kitten stickers during her visit to campus last week. Convicted on drug trafficking charges, Kerman spent 13 months in a federal correctional facility. Kerman’s experiences […]
Artists-in-Residency wrap up time at Lafayette Photo by Lisa-Marie Mazzucco Since September, Laura Oltman, Michael Newman, and Artists-in-Residency Alan and Wendy Pesky, have attended music classes with students and have given performances for the entire community. The Newman and Oltman Guitar Duo has been showcasing their classical music around the world for over 30 years […]