Psychological thriller “Mother!” disappoints

Directed by Darren Aronofsky, “Mother!” is another one of the Aronofsky’s attempts at psychological thrillers, the previous being “Black Swan” (2010), which was widely praised as a masterpiece. However, “Mother!” is a huge let down. The film tells the story of a nameless couple, played by Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem, who live in the woods […]

Solving “grand challenges”: former Lafayette professor returns to discuss global learning initiative

Former Lafayette history professor Dr. Emily Musil Church is working to incentivize people to solve major world problems through her new endeavor as Director of Strategy and Impact at XPRIZE Learning. She visited on campus on Monday night to teach Lafayette more about it. “What we do is design and operate large-scale incentive competitions. Basically we get […]

Phone-a-thon reaches out to Senators in support of DACA

Within two hours, students, faculty and staff who gathered in the Farinon Atrium had written over six hundred post-cards and made over two hundred phone calls to Congress representatives across the country to urge them to protect Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). Charles Evans ’19 organized this Phone-a-thon in support of DACA on Wednesday, with the support […]

Field hockey wins first Patriot League game: freshman nets first goal in overtime winner

The Leopards field hockey team took the field against Colgate in their first Patriot League matchup last Saturday. At the end of regulation, the Leopards and Raiders found themselves in a deadlock at two goals apiece. Shortly into the overtime period, freshman Anna Steps drove the ball through the defense and into the back of the […]