Noche de Cultura inspires deep appreciation for Latin-American culture

Noche de Cultura is the Hispanic Society of Lafayette’s largest annual event and this year’s festivities introduced some cultural flair through food and games and a serious conversation about identity through the poetry of Mayda del Valle. “¡Welcome mi gente!” was the greeting given by the Hispanic Society of Lafayette (HSL) at “Noche de Cultura.” […]

Scholarships, Budget, and Recruiting

Since both head soccer coaches came to Lafayette the program has improved its’ recruiting, budget, health sciences technology, and scholarship abilities. This has allowed the Lafayette men’s and women’s teams to progress in the Patriot League with a recent league championship in 2012 Photos Courtesy of Lafayette Athletic Communications By Brian O’Neill ’16 and Jessica […]

Benko, Warshauer lead Leopards to success at Leopard Invitational

Junior co-captain Steph Benko strides toward the finish line at the Lafayette Invitational. This is her first time competing in the race. Photo Courtesy of Lafayette Athletic Communications The junior co-captain places second at the annual Leopard Invitational The Lafayette cross country team has a history of stepping up at home competitions. This year’s Leopard […]

NCAA Football: the wacky, the un- deniable, and the unfair

Drew Friedman ‘16 and Mike Morgan ‘16 Collaborative Writers Suspensions. Upsets. Bold predictions. These things never change in college football. While these things have been occurring for numerous decades, suspensions have become the most prevalent topic in all of college sports. In past years players are sidelined due to misconduct off the field, or for […]