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 […]

Food for thought

Skillman Library hosts annual book-based baking contest People often claim reading is a piece of cake. This past April Fool’s Day, Skillman Library proved it. The library hosted its fourth Edible Books Contest last Wednesday, where students and faculty were challenged to create an edible piece that is inspired by and related to any book […]

The Easton Assassin

The former heavyweight champ still calls Easton home At the age of 12, boxing was the least of his worries. “I had some problems in school with some teachers and some kids and they thought I was bad,” Larry Holmes said. “[The school] said,‘Get out or get thrown out,’ so I got out. I worked […]

Playing catch-up

The Lafayette baseball team is struggling at the moment with a record of 2-13 nearly midway through their season.  The Leopards are coming off of a four game sweep in their Patriot League opener against Holy Cross, dropping two games by a score of just 1-0. “We’ve played some good competition and have played pretty […]

Leaving their mark

The senior class says goodbye to their legacy As the senior men’s basketball players reflected on their time together at Lafayette, Seth Hinrichs could think of one piece of advice. “Leave it better than you found it,” senior Seth Hinrichssaid. The men’s basketball senior class of Alan Flannigan, Dan Trist, Joey Ptasinski and Hinrichs exemplified […]