Admissions partners with groups to increase diversity, opportunities

Vice President of Enrollment Greg MacDonald and the Lafayette Admissions team are looking to facilitate diversity at the college, be more desirable to prospective students and increase the amount of opportunities around the world. MacDonald recently announced in a campus-wide email that the college has formed partnerships with both Global Citizen Year and Sponsors for Educational […]

A sci-fi thriller out of this world: ‘Arrival’ movie review

Don’t expect “Independence Day” when you go see “Arrival.” Instead, expect an intellectual sci-fi drama that reflects what would truly happen if Earth was invaded by aliens. Arrival is helmed by veteran director Denis Villeneuve, who also put together 2013’s “Prisoners” and 2015’s “Sicario,” two incredibly thrilling and dark movies. The film stars Amy Adams […]

College hires Student Wellness and Support Coordinator

Starting later this month, the college will be bringing on Alissa Vreeland as its new Student Wellness and Support Coordinator. This “reimagined position” was previously known as the Alcohol and Other Drugs Program Assistant, according to an email from Dean of Students Paul McLoughlin II which was sent out to the faculty announcing the hire. Vreeland […]

Signs of Optimism: Women’s basketball splits first two games of the season

Despite only winning one of their first two games, the women’s basketball team left with high hopes and good feelings about their upcoming season. Last week, the Leopards began their 2016-2017 campaign as they kicked off the season with a nice 56-49 win over LaSalle. On Tuesday, the Leopards fell short as they dropped their second match, 76-58, to […]

Not your typical pancake: Dr. Drake and Hank create edible works of art

Pancake artists Daniel Drake and Henry Gustafson, also known as Dr. Drake and Hank, flipped their way into the hearts of the Lafayette community this past Wednesday. Stationed in the Farinon atrium with their innovative, whimsical pancake creations, the chef duo exhibited their edible art as part of the Lafayette-Lehigh rivalry week. Dozens of Lafayette […]

Seniors leading the way: Men’s Basketball notches first win on the year

After a seven win season, it may be hard to get your confidence back when your first game of the season is against the national champions. The men’s basketball team’s season began Friday against the Villanova Wildcats, ending in a loss for the Leopards. Kris Jenkins, who scored the NCAA Tournament winning three pointer last year, is on […]