Admissions decisions

Class of 2019 acceptance letters delivered with personal touch After acceptance letters for the class of 2019 were mailed out, the Lafayette community witnessed an emotional encounter via Facebook as Senior Assistant Director of Admissions Taaha Mohamedali hand delivered an acceptance letter to a Texas high school senior. Brenda Del Rio of Dallas was one […]

Out of the club

A new study shows underrepresented of women in engineering In an era with increased emphasis on STEM education and women in the workforce, recent findings by the American Association of University Women show stagnated progress in these two initiatives. In 2013, only 26 percent of computing professionals were women, according to a study by the […]

Guide to Holy Week and Passover

Events and services in honor of upcoming religious holidays For all those who observe Passover, Holy Week or Easter Sunday, Lafayette College and various local churches near campus will be holding worship services today and this weekend. The Hillel Society will be holding the traditional service, Seder, for Passover and serving a holiday meal. The […]

Confiscated drugs used to fund capital campaign

“Weed used for financial need,” public safety says By Reggie Last ‘11 Rap Icon/News Aficionado             An investigation performed by the Easton Police this Sunday concluded, confirming rumors that Lafayette Public Safety has been engaged in the selling of illicit drugs. The investigation’s results put an end to a series of concerns that have been […]

New study reveals link between Timberland boots and impotence

Research provides answers to nationwide crisis of fraternity flaccidity By Candice B. Fureal ‘12 Misfit After a year-long impotency epidemic on college campuses across America, the National Association of Dysfunction Diagnostic Services released a report finding that Timberlandboots are the cause of this crisis. NADDS conducted research on men ages 18-22 at four year institutions […]