College gets green light to build McCartney dorm

After several months of neighborhood pushback, the Easton City Council has approved Lafayette’s plans to build new dormitories on McCartney Street. The council voted four to two in favor of the zoning amendments needed for the plans. The college asked the city council to allow it to build 55-foot “mixed use” dormitories on McCartney Street. A diner and […]

Spring forward: Garrett, Leopards look toward fall season with intra-squad scrimmage

Lafayette football finished its spring season with an intra-squad scrimmage, with newly named head coach John Garrett making the calls for both teams. The game pitted “Lafayette” against the “Leopards,” as the game had implications for next season’s roster. It featured interceptions, long touchdown drives and a late comeback to make the game exciting. The game began […]

Inclusive dialogue committee claims conservative views underrepresented

Roughly four weeks after its formation, the Ad Hoc Committee on Ensuring Inclusive Dialogue released their final report to the entire campus community. In it, the committee calls for the college to remedy the allegedly “intellectually homogeneous” discourse on campus, dominated by leftist ideology. Despite the charges of leaning conservative, committee chair Michael Latorre ’18 said that the committee has […]