Nationwide events prompt forum on race

Student-led discussions open conversation on campus About 400 students and faculty members gathered on Nov. 18 in Farinon atrium for an open forum discussion. The focus of the forum, according to Dean of Intercultural Development John McKnight, was two words: race and racism. Following recent incidents of racism at University of Missouri (Mizzou), Yale University, […]

Elections illuminate campus issues

Candidates debate their policies and current events By Christina Shaman ‘16 and Ryan Powers ‘19 Collaborative Writers As students lined the upper balcony of Farinon Tuesday for the Lafayette Activities Forum’s stuff-a-plush event, student government representatives gathered in the lower Farinon atrium for the presidential debate. L’Eunice Faust ’17 and Aliénor d’Arenberg ’18 fielded questions […]

On-campus passion becomes business idea

Lafayette graduates aim high with marijuana vaporizer Two recent Lafayette graduates have used their engineering and entrepreneurial skills to develop a product for the medical marijuana market. Andrew Kristof‘14 and Robert Lombino‘15 created the Newton, a vaporizer that allows those who use it to consume marijuana in a controlled way. Lombino and Kristof founded their […]

Elections illuminate campus issues: Candidates debate their policies and current events

By Christina Shaman ’16 and Ryan Powers ’19 As students lined the upper balcony of Farinon Tuesday for the Lafayette Activities Forum’s stuff-a-plush event, student government representatives gathered in the lower Farinon atrium for the presidential debate. L’Eunice Faust ’17 and Aliénor d’Arenberg ’18 fielded questions from current representatives after vice presidential candidates Alexander Battisti […]