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 […]

Spiking interest

New club looks to gain momentum at Lafayette While the rest of campus was slogging through papers and exams last semester, one sophomore was busy starting a new club—a Spike Ball club. Sophomore Aaron Gabay first played Spike Ball on the Quad during his freshman year. Playing throughout the summer and gaining more interest in […]

2016 Spring Sports Preview

Men’s Tennis [By Michael Keating ‘17 // Staff Writer] 2015 Season: 7-12 (1-7 in Patriot League); Lost to Army 4-0 in the Patriot League Quarterfinals Key Players: Co-Captain Chris Matturri ‘16 – singles Co-Captain Brian Stefanowicz ‘16 – singles Co-Captain Gavin Studner ‘16 – singles and doubles What’s Changed: Longtime head coach, Eric Ratchford stepped down […]