Labor Day marks the beginning of the midterm rush, where candidates and their campaigns ramp up their efforts to get turnout at the polls voting in their favor. It’s usually a hectic rush to the finish line for candidates of either party, trying to rally voters to come out and put them in office. This […]
Photo Courtesy of commons.wikimedia.org Health Services has proactive plan against Ebola With new concerns about the Ebola virus spreading, Bailey Health Center implemented measures to ensure the safety of students. The health center conducted preemptive measures for the college’s safety by contacting the student and staff returning from the regions affected by Ebola. They were […]
Photo by Austin Drucker The Leopards moved to 1-1-0 in the season this week with a tough 2-1 defeat away at Rutgers on Sunday. Lafayette started the season off on the right foot last Friday, defeating St. Peter’s at home by one goal with midfielders senior Alec Golini and junior midfielder Eric West involved. A […]
Photos by Hana Isihara ’17 For fall sport athletes, the summer is by no means a vacation. The summertime is when you kick it into overdrive and push your body to its limits so that when the time comes, you’re the one scoring the top shelf goal, diving into the endzone, catching the ball by […]
Photos by Hana Isihara ’17 Women’s Soccer August 26 – Lafayette at St. Peters 1-0-0 (0,0), W, 4-0 Senior forward Alyssa Finelli capitalized on passes from senior Alex Reisinger and junior Allie Torru to score two goals as the Leopards blanked the Peacocks. August 29 – Lafayette at North Florida 2-0-0 (0,0), W, 1-0 Senior […]
Photos by Hana Isihara ‘17 With two scholarship recruiting years under their belt, and a different mindset on defense, the football team looks to outdo their success last season. The defending Patriot League champions open their 2014 season this weekend with a non-conference game at Sacred Heart, a team who went 10-3 last season. Coach […]
Photo by Austin Drucker ‘17 This Week: Point Guard Nick Lindner ‘17 Adam Nussbaum: Do you think the team has improved in the offseason? How? Nick Lindner: Absolutely. The biggest thing is health. We have a bunch of players back who fell to injuries last season. We are older, wiser and back together to work […]
By Drew Friedman ‘16 and Mike Morgan ‘16 Collaborative Writers Photo Courtesy of www.highsnobiety.com It’s Game Seven of the 2014 World Series, and there are two outs in the ninth inning. The Yankees are looking for a record twenty-eighth world championship. There’s a high pop-up, soaring above the facade in the Bronx and floating slowly across the […]
Style columnist Aleni MacKarey explores what people are sporting during these scorching final days of summer.
Career services seeks to provide you with the tools you need to dress to impress with a Bloomingdales professional dress fashion show.
Jay Bickford gives November Man and icy critique.
Lafayette Comedian, Amelie Yeager shares some first words with you to kick start her column.