Re-examining Recycling

Graphic by Aaron Levenson ‘15 The Lafayette community is not recycling effectively, according to students and administrators on campus. “A lot of students aren’t completely aware of how exactly the college recycles, besides your generic plastic bottles and metal containers,” Morgan McGuinness ‘14, who is in an engineering class planning more efficient recycling on campus, […]

Credit complaints: Sixteen years after switch to current credit system, concerns remain

Although it has been almost 16 years since Lafayette established the present criteria for academic credit requirements, concerns expressed then still echo among the current student body. A prevalent unease with the system, which was put into effect the fall semester of 1998, concerns the discrepancy between credits awarded and hours spent in class. “I […]

Foot-toucher strikes again: Miscreant moves to heads, shoulders, knees, as well as toes

By D.B Wimpiss ‘28 | Mustache-of-the-Year Champ Lafayette may have a serial caresser on its hands, according to local authorities. The breaking-and-entering figure known as “The Foot-Toucher” has struck again, entering two more houses and stroking victims before leaving. Rider, a chemical engineering major, woke up when she felt a finger gently poke her shoulder multiple […]

Admin organ-izes new tuition plan: Kidneys used as form of tuition payment

By Juno Nothing ‘61 | Daydreamer Photo by Alberta Hoffman ‘43 College administrators reported earlier this week that, in order to ease the burden of the two percent tuition increase for the next Academic year, they are allowing students to pay their tuition in a variety of alternative methods. “We know that, despite the fact that […]

Powell to the People: I’m insane

By Cameron Powell ‘17 | Staff Writer School newspaper humorist Cameron Powell of The Lafayette has been officially diagnosed as clinically insane. After a near decade of telling people this very fact, they’ve finally started listening. He has been diagnosed with a number of mental ailments ranging from, but not limited to, Schwarzenneggerian Speech Disorder, Attention […]

White boy wasted: Lafayette presented award for continued dedication to frat-rapper community

By D.B Wimpiss ‘28 | Mustache-of-the-Year Champ Photo by Alberta Hoffman ‘43 The Lafayette Entertainment Committee was awarded a distinction earlier this week by the National Association for the Advancement of White Rappers for their “Proven and continued support of the white rapper community,” read a press release. The NAAWR’s statement cited Spring Concert Artists of […]