Interactive and informative

The ability exhibit raises awareness for students with disabilities Disabilities come in all shapes and sizes, many of which are explored in an interactive exhibit held this week in Farinon. As Lafayette’s first full-time disabilities coordinator, Rebecca Brenner brought Allies for Inclusion: The Ability Exhibit to the school to raise awareness for the rising number […]

Undergraduates in Washington

Nineteen lafayette students present research at national conference Nineteen Lafayette students went to Washington this week and presented their research at the 2015 National Conference on Undergraduate Research on topics ranging from how dogs make decisions to organic chemistry. “The goal of NCUR is really to foster opportunities for students to do research with faculty, […]

Remember and reflect

Hillel commerates 70th anniversary of the Holocaust For Holocaust Remembrance week, which spanned from April 9 -16, Lafayette’s Hillel Society planned a variety of events to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust and educate those at Lafayette about the Holocaust. “As a Jewish organization, it is the obligation of Hillel and its members to educate […]

A machine and a monster

“Frankenstein 2029” promises a deep, interactive experience Interacting with the performers, grabbing a drink from The Spot mid-production, and traveling to up to eight different venues. The production of “Frankenstein 2029” will provide an interactive performance through cross-disciplinary learning. The eight venues serve as their own art instillations, and each will provide a combination of […]

The eyes of contemporary portraiture

Audrey Flack’s exhibit “Heroines” graces the Williams Center for the Arts Gallery Compared to the likes of Michelangelo and Raphael, internationally renowned artist, Audrey Flack, brings portraiture to the 21st century at Williams Arts Gallery. Known for her photorealistic drawing talents, Flack has degrees in fine arts from prestigious universities, such as Cooper Union, Yale […]

That’s What She Read: Ask the Passengers by A.S. King

“Ask the Passengers,” a teen’s exploration of her sexual identity, has two things going for it: humor and Socrates. The Greek philosopher serves as an imaginary companion conjured up by Astrid Jones to assuage her loneliness and provide guidance—and humor. When you have to rely on a long-dead philosopher to keep your company, you need […]