Investigators announce role of alcohol, parties in McCrae Williams’ death

As the investigation into McCrae Williams’ death continues, no evidence of criminal conduct exists at this point, Northampton County District Attorney John Morganelli announced in a press conference Tuesday. Campus activities are slowly returning to normal. “We’re going to continue with our normal protocol as far as patrolling” in and around campus, Director of Public […]

Leopards’ football continues downward spiral: shutout by Villanova

Last Saturday, the Leopards traveled to Villanova and were defeated 59-0 by the Wildcats, who are currently ranked seventh nationally by the Football Champion Subdivision Coaches Poll. Lafayette recorded -12 rushing yards marking the second game, out of three total, this year where they recorded a negative number in that category. The Villanova defense intercepted freshman quarterback Sean O’Malley three times […]

Search for Educational Equity Coordinator ensues, position will expand Title IX coordinator’s role

The search for the new Educational Equity Coordinator is currently underway, a new role that expands the role of former Title IX Coordinator Amy O’Neill to include other forms of discrimination. The Educational Equity Coordinator will work with Dean of Equity and Inclusion Chris Hunt to cover all cases of discrimination, including racism, that previously were […]

By the numbers

.286—the Leopards’ third down conversion percentage (4-14) against Villanova in a 59-0 loss 0—wins by a men’s sports team this season as of September 19 8—of the field hockey team’s 16 goals have been scored by freshmen or sophomores 89:15—amount of scoreless time in women’s soccer 1-0 loss to Bucknell 48—the number of assists sophomore […]

College celebrates LatinX Heritage: month includes Pulitzer Prize winner talk, live performances

The college commemorates LatinX Heritage Month through a series of programs and events celebrating the heritage of Latin American and Hispanic members of the college community. Geraldine Agredo ’20, a member of Hispanic Society of Lafayette (HSL), said that this month is particularly special because the Hispanic population on campus is so small. According to Forbes, last academic year […]