Director calls for change

Film director visits campus to share piece on sexual assault The recent conversation surrounding sexual assault at Lafayette was addressed more openly this past Tuesday following the screening of “The Hunting Ground,” an award-winning documentary focused on this epidemic on college campuses. In his film, co-director Kirby Dick—who discussed his film following the screening—depicts the […]

Rhetorical recognition

Debate places second at nationals Some people hate to argue. Others will give up a whole week to do it. Lafayette College’s debate team, part of the Lafayette Forensics Society, came in second place in the National Forensic Association’s National Championships last week at Ohio University in Athens. The tournament lasted from April 15–20 and […]

Letter to the Editor

To the Editor: I am responding to the article “Not Consented, Not Reported” published on April 17, 2015 and to the anonymous account of a sexual assault survivor’s experience at the Counseling Center. As college counseling center psychologists, we are dedicated to providing all students with a safe and supportive environment in which they can […]

Chemical controversy

Petition signed to encouraged natural alternatives to herbicides and insecticides For Peter Todaro ‘17, insecticide and herbicide use at Lafayette is a topic of concern that needs to be addressed. The treasurer of the Lafayette Food and Farm Co-Operative petitioned the administration to discontinue the use of certain insecticides and herbicides at Lafayette. The petition, […]

Kindness is a good FIT

ASB team FiTting in brings upbeat atmosphere to Lafayette The Alternative Spring Break FITting In team’s upbeat mood seems to be contagious. As Lafayette students come out in droves to enjoy sunny afternoons on the quad surrounded by friends and good music, people are hard-pressed to find a reason not to smile—and that warrants a […]

Performance Review: A creative, wonderful mess

Frankenstein 2029 is a bold, challenging experiment that succeeds more often than not             “Frankenstein 2029” is a bold experiment in theatrical presentation that, though confusing, chaotic and a bit disjointed, delivers a fascinating and rewarding experience—if, that is, you’ve done your homework. The play, written by Gavin Knox ’17 and Professor of Theater Suzanne […]

Restaurant Review: Greenmouth Juice Bar + Café blends up Easton’s dining scene

New restaurant offers healthy, delicious drinks and food Sunlight leaked through the wide, open bay window and bounced off the shiny mahogany floor. Strings of lights adorned the walls and mason jars containing handmade paper flowers decorated the wooden tables. What better concept to accompany this clean, cozy hangout spot than a bountiful supply of […]