The slope of success

Despite finish, ski team makes the most of Oregon Going to the USCSA National Championship is nothing new for the Lafayette Ski Team. This year marked their second consecutive year at the championship—this time at Mt. Bachelor in Oregon earlier this month. The ski team saw great success in the regular season, with the women […]

Sidelines: Vacating wins and the best coach in the big dance

By Matt Barrett ‘17 and Brian O’Neill ‘16 Collaborative Writers The NCAA often will strip wins from a program as a penalty for said program committing infractions, whether it be recruiting violations or off court issues. Most recently, Syracuse head basketball coach Jim Boeheim was stripped of 108 wins for his players committing academic misconduct and […]

A new chapter for Greek life

College to unveil application process for new Greek organizations to join campus community A process will be unveiled after spring break for Greek organizations to apply to be recognized by the college, ending over a decade of prohibiting new fraternities and sororities to be introduced to the campus. The application process may mend the college’s […]

Speaking out

Three Lafayette students share their experiences of sexual assault It’s coming up on the one year anniversary of the day that she was raped at Lafayette. She sits cross-legged on her bed, recalling the incidents of the night she barely remembers, but will never forget. In her junior year, Amy (all victims’ names have been changed to protect […]

From abroad: La vida Española

A Lafayette student details their time in Madrid, Spain As an American studying at an all-Spanish university, La Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, I felt like a complete stranger when I arrived. I would show up to class with my American friends and sit with them, struggling through international business management and financial markets classes–both taught […]