Back to square one: IAGGL report draft provides no clear answers regarding Greek Life’s future

Illustrated by Maria Otto ‘17 Members of the Lafayette community hoping for a definition of the future of Greek life are likely to be disappointed, as a draft of the highly anticipated IAGGL (Implementation and Assessment Group on Greek Life) report asks more questions than it provides answers. Former President Dan Weiss formed IAGGL in […]

LCTV uses Google Glass

Photo by Nicole Maselli ‘14 Lafayette College Television (LCTV) is working on new ways to experiment and innovate within the academic and media world with the use of their recently acquired Google Glass, a device designed as a mobile interface to be worn like glasses. LCTV believes that the device, which combines a still and […]

TEDxLaf connects the dots

Photo by Matt Mitterhoff ‘16 Six speakers came to Lafayette Saturday from across the globe, from places as far apart as Idaho and Afghanistan, to speak at a TEDx conference, each offering divergent experiences and views consistent this year’s theme of “Connecting the Dots”. “We wanted a really diverse global perspective,” TEDxLaf President Thomas Toole […]

Pard Glow

Tonight, PardGlow will reclaim a stage even bigger, brighter, and bolder than its debut last year. Hosted by the Lafayette Activities Forum (LAF) and Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, this night of loud music and fluorescent, glow-in-the-dark paint will begin at 10 p.m. on March Field and last until 1 in the morning. The idea of […]