A new ideal

Competition encourages students to work toward U.N. Sustainable Development Goals The IDEAL Center for Innovation at Lafayette launched the 2016 IPrize challenge focusing on sustainability on Monday. One month earlier, the UN affirmed a commitment to sustainable development, inspiring the focus of the prize. Students will be asked to create a project that addresses“Economic Growth […]

Four sororities recruit this spring

Quotas not met after the fall By Hannah Doherty ‘19 Contributing Writer Four out of Lafayette’s six sororities are recruiting new members this spring. Delta Gamma, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Delta DeltaDelta and Pi Beta Phi are recruiting members to meet their quotas. Every semester the Panhellenic Council, an umbrella organization for 26 international women’s fraternities […]

Reorienting orientation

Programs added to the beginning of the semester and more changes For new students, orientation is their first taste of college life. And while that may not change, next year’s freshmen will have a slightly different experience than in years past. After several months of discussion, the orientation program is undergoing some structural changes, including […]

The Marquis’ chronicler

Lafayette biographer to speak in Colton Chapel New York Times best-selling author Sarah Vowellis visiting Lafayette College Wednesday to talk about her latest book,“Lafayette in the Somewhat United States.” The book, described by the New York Times as “gilded with snark, buoyant on charm,” she revisits Marquis de Lafayette’s journey to America –a land which […]

Un-fi ltered Shakespeare

Play group Filter Theatre delivers a unique take on The Twelfth Night The Filter Theatre’s performance of “Twelfth Night” was everything but traditional Shakespeare. The audience walked in to the Williams Arts Center auditoriumlast Tuesday and saw the stage already set with tables and chairs strewn about, holding instruments, digital equipment and an assortment of […]