Students charged with breaking into DKE

Photos by Willem Ytsma ‘16 Two Lafayette students and two other individuals were charged with burglary and similar criminal offenses after allegedly breaking into the construction site of the Delta Kappa Epsilon house on March Field over the summer. Faris Chugthai ’15, Gregory Flynn ’17, Cody Harnish ’14, and Alex Martin from Lancaster, Pennsylvania allegedly […]

Student pleads guilty in drug trial

A former Lafayette student who was arrested last spring in connection with a drug ring operating in Pennsylvania entered into an open guilty plea to misdemeanor charges earlier last week. Christian Euler, 23, was arrested in February for alleged participation in a drug trafficking operation that fed into nearby high schools and colleges. Euler, a […]

Byerly announces new plans for college residences

President Byerly announced a new plan over the summer for how college residences are organized, saying that she hopes to create “a unified and comprehensive residential program that connects and integrates residential, co-curricular, and academic experiences for students.” The new program, which Byerly called “Connected Communities” in her email announcement in May, would put students […]

Dining Services Changes

Renovations made, hours altered Photos by Julia Brennan ‘17 Lafayette Dining Services made extensive changes to its facilities and dining options over the summer, including renovating Lower Farinon, changing menus of different locations, and the altering hours of dining halls and restaurants on campus. Lower Farinon had the biggest transformation, including a redesign of both […]