Steps to a smaller carbon footprint

Community addresses shortcomings and goals for campus sustainability In 2008, Lafayette College signed the American College and University President’s Climate Commitment , pledging to cut its carbon footprint and mold environmentally conscious graduates. It is a promise that, to date, the college has not yet achieved, according to faculty and students working in the field of […]

Protocols to search and seize

Administrators outline policies for room searches The Fourth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States protects a citizen from unreasonable search and seizure without the use of a search warrant. On a college campus like Lafayette, though, that right has its caveats. When dealing with violations of college policy, public safety, if given probable cause, […]

Two ways to have one cup

Students split views of Cosmic Cup and Mojo Hill The relatively recent addition of Mojo Hill on March Street may divide some students between choosing Mojo or Cosmic Cup for their morning coffee. Mojo Hill opened this past May and has established itself as a favorite across campus, according to many students. Cosmic Cup has […]

Irish dancing and drama

Theater department brings challenging play to Lafayette with mixed results The Lafayette Theater Department brought the 1990 award winning Irish play “Dancing at Lughnasa” to the Williams Center for the Arts main theater last Wednesday. The play, recounting the events of the summer of 1936 in a cottage in Donegal County, was perhaps a bit […]

Survive and advance: Women’s basketball wins against Loyola and looks to American

After defeating Loyola in the first round of the Patriot League Tournament, the women’s basketball team will look to avenge both regular season losses against the top seeded American Eagles tonight on their home court. The game against American should pose as a challenge for the team. Recently, two American players—Jen Dumiak and Shaquilla Curtis—were […]