“Dean of impact” leaves Lafayette: Dean of Intercultural Development John McKnight moves to Connecticut College

On a bookshelf in John McKnight’s office is a rock inscribed with the words “Dean of Impact”—a gift from one of his staff. On his wall is a photo from his college years, where he stands with the person who sparked his interest in social justice. His office is filled with mementos, but it will be cleaned out […]

EXposing identities in art: New event explores culture through fashion

When students venture into the Farinon atrium this Saturday, they will see an event that showcases an individual's identity through the avenues in art. Sponsored by Lafayette African and Caribbean Students Association (LACSA), Lafayette Activities Forum (LAF) and Association of Black Collegians (ABC) the event entitled EXposure Art-Fashion Experience. Anthropology and sociology major, and Chinese minor, Marcus Vilmé […]

Not up for debate: Debate coach inducted into National Forensics Association

After being chosen by the selective committee of the National Forensics Association (NFA), Associate Director Lafayette Forensics and Debate Coach John Boyer has been inducted into the association’s Hall of Fame. As a member of the Hall of Fame, Boyer is among those who have excelled in competing in forensics, in contributing to forensics after college graduation and […]

VP of Marketing and Communications steps down: Michael Kiser leaves to join non-profit

By Jane Collins ’18 After two years as Vice President of Marketing and Communications at Lafayette, Michael Kiser is stepping down from his position and joining the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). CASE is an organization that Kiser said he has been involved with for years. He will assume the same job title at CASE as […]

Task Force for Student Support holds third open forum: Students voice opinions on faculty leadership and trigger warnings

The third and final open meeting of the Student Support Task Force met this past Tuesday. Around 20 students, faculty and administrators showed up to discuss a potential campus advising program, though the conversation quickly transitioned to faculty leadership and classroom trigger warnings. Similar to the first two meetings, Dean of Faculty Robin Rinehart and Dean of Intercultural Development […]