The textbook conundrum

By Ian Morse ‘17 and Melissa Last‘17 | Collaborative Reporters Photo by Nicole Maselli ‘14 A recent Florida bill that seeks to limit the frequency that professors assign new textbooks is designed so students can save on educational expenses. The proposed Florida legislation would require professors to use course textbooks for at least three years, limiting […]

The locally grown

Easton Farmers’ Market Open-Air Market Returns Photos courtesy of Amy Boccadoro Located in Center Square, the Easton Farmers’ Market is the oldest, continuously running open-air market in the United States. Established in 1752, this rich, bright, and joyous part of Easton’s legacy has been around for as long as the city itself. Supporting the regional […]

From 1895 to 2014

Lafayette Track and Field takes part in illustrious Penn Relays Photo Courtesy of Neil Frznzese ‘14 Lafayette acquitted itself in fine fashion against national powerhouses at the Penn Relays track and field carnival last weekend, paced by acknowledged stars in the women’s events. Elise Buffinton ‘14 placed third overall in the College Section of the […]

Mike’d Up: The NBA hammer comes down and crab legs for dinner

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver dropped the hammer on Clippers’ owner Donald Sterling Tuesday, banning him for life and fining him $2.5 million, the maximum amount allowed under the league constitution. Kelley: Sports Illustrated writer Michael Rosenberg summarized it well: “The punishment may or may not fit the crime, but it absolutely fits the man.” I […]