DiCarlo jazzes up campus: Lafayette instructor-musician to play Williams Center

This Sunday, jazz is coming to the Williams Center. Tom DiCarlo, a jazz musician and visiting part-time instructor at Lafayette will bring his quintet to perform jazz tunes this Sunday afternoon at Williams Center for the Arts. According to an article in the Star-Ledger, like many musicians, DiCarlo’s introduction to music began when he was eight years […]

Fate not on their side: A Bucknell win ends Field Hockey’s playoff chances

The women’s field hockey team put themselves in the best position possible to clinch a spot in the Patriot League playoffs this past week. Unfortunately, fate was not on their side. The Leopards scored two goals in the second half during their crucial conference game against the Lehigh Mountain Hawks to put them in a potential qualifying […]

Running out of steam: Cross country stumbles at Patriot League Tournament but offers hope for future

After a long, tumultuous regular season, the cross country team looked to place well in their first postseason meet. The Patriot League Championship this past weekend, however, stood to be a difficult test for the Leopards. The tournament was hosted at Lafayette, with nine other Patriot League teams coming to the Metzgar Fields Complex compete. While […]

By the Numbers

24 – Combined number of tackles by sophomore Jerry Powe and junior Rob Hinchen in the football team’s win against Georgetown this weekend. 109 – Minutes it took for a goal to be scored in the women’s soccer playoff game against Lehigh before senior Joanna Scotti netted home the game winner in double overtime. 1 – Home […]

Lafayette hosts its second PBS39 election night broadcast, up to six million viewers possible

As the results roll in for elections across the nation on the Tuesday night, 120 Lafayette students will be hosting their own live broadcast on PBS39. They have the potential to reach six million viewers in the Pennsylvania and New Jersey area. The broadcast, entitled “First Vote in a Polarized Age,” will take place within the Farinon Student […]

Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children club gets its start at college, student group brings worldwide organization on campus

The Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children works with volunteers all over the developing world, and now they have more on Lafayette’s campus. Through a trip to Costa Rica, Kendall Kerr ’17 discovered the efforts of the FIMRC to improve the health of families throughout the developing world. Kerr returned home wanting to do her part. “After […]

Where to vote on Tuesday

Everyone who is registered to vote at a Lafayette address can vote at the Cornerstone Evangelical Church on March Street:   You can only vote at your assigned registration station. If you registered with a Lafayette address, you can vote at the above location. When you go to vote, bring a valid form of photo ID. […]

A Curious, Charming Read: The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper is a delightful if predictable story

In “The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper,” sixty-nine year old widower Arthur Pepper is reluctantly sorting through his late wife Miriam’s belongings and happens upon a hidden charm bracelet, jewelry he’d never seen her wear during their 40 years together. The bracelet is lovely old gold, and the charms – an elephant, a book, an artist’s […]