College promises to help students affected by travel ban

In response to growing uncertainty over President Donald Trump’s immigration ban, Provost Abu Rizvi announced the college would provide services to students directly affected. Among the policies emailed campus-wide are instructing public safety “not to ask students about students’ visa or immigration status or to act on the basis of that knowledge,” along with free housing and […]

Retiring faculty reflect on time at college: Four stepping down

Four faculty members of the college have already announced their impending retirement at the close of this semester. Three agreed to be interviewed by The Lafayette about their time at the college and the changes they have seen throughout their years. Art and printmaking professor Curlee Holton, who has been at the college for 26 years, […]

The Home Stretch: Track and Field runners achieve personal records at New Balance Invitational

Although some may say the team as a whole had a subpar performance, several individuals posted personal records. Lafayette traveled to the Armory Track & Field Center to compete in the New Balance Invitational on Sunday. The team as a whole placed 24th out of 31 teams, but several Leopards had some achievements. Sophomore Emily Moore posted […]

Claiming his rightful throne: Tom Brady is officially the G.O.A.T.

This past weekend we all witnessed the greatest quarterback ever cement himself as just that. New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady executed the largest comeback in Super Bowl history as he overcame a 25-point deficit to defeat the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI. Many who were watching, including Patriots “super fan” and Boston native […]

Engaging entertainment for valentines: SteelStacks in Bethlehem welcomes date-goers

Valentine’s Day is on the way, and many Lafayette students are on the hunt for romantic date ideas. SteelStacks, a 10-acre campus in Bethlehem, could fit the bill. It is a center for arts festivals, concerts and other fun events. SteelStacks’ venues offer different shows and events each day of the week, including this coming Tuesday the […]

The funny and the powerful: Top five Super Bowl LI commercials

This year, the Super Bowl was historic, unprecedented and exciting. The commercials, however – not so much. One of the best Super Bowls in recent memory lacked the accustomed number of memorable and entertaining commercials. But that is not to say that there weren’t some funny, some bizarre and some surprisingly controversial commercials. So, to mark Super […]

Vote on Lafayette’s zoning changes postponed to April

Lafayette plans to expand the school and increase class sizes, but the residents of College Hill are more concerned about what might get destroyed in the process, according to Paul Felder, The Village on College Hill’s liaison to the college. Last Wednesday, Feb. 1, the Easton Planning Commission decided along with the college to postpone a […]