Reapplication process continues: Chi Phi first to present to accreditation committee

The first of two presentations by interested fraternities, as part of the college’s new Greek organization application process, began last Monday with the Chi Phi Rho Chapter.   The group presented in front of the 18-member Lafayette College Recognition Committee for over an hour and 15 minutes, including the question and answer part.   The […]

Fashion forward: College partners with H&M to promote sustainibility

Earlier this week, Lafayette students had a chance to combine their passion for fashion with their passion for sustainability. Lafayette students were given the opportunity to become involved in one of H&M’s sustainability efforts this past Tuesday. Students strutted their stuff in the Marlo Room for Lafayette’s first “Close the Loop Fashion Show.” Many of […]

Sitting down with Professor Sanborn: History department head discusses his new book

This week, The Lafayette sat down with Head of the Lafayette’s History Department Joshua Sanborn. Sanborn’s latest novel, “Imperial Apocalypse: The Great War & The Destruction of the Russian Empire,” was recently published in time for the centennial of World War I. Sanborn shared the details of his book with us, as well as the […]

Opening channels of communication: President’s first town hall meeting airs campus concerns

President Alison Byerly hosted on Monday the first town hall meeting in the college’s recent memory, providing a platform for campus-wide concerns to be voiced. A group of approximately 70 students, faculty and staff gathered in Colton Chapel as Byerly stood at the front receiving questions, addressing issues and commenting on concerns that were raised […]