National recognition for Brandon Bryant ’18: Linebacker named to Buck Buchanan Award watchlist

Senior LB Brandon Bryant has officially been named to the Buck Buchanan Award watchlist for Defensive Player of the Year. Bryant started off the season strong, earning a spot on the preseason All-Patriot League Team, and continued having an impressive season by winning Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week for 3 weeks straight.  “I felt […]

Why Lafayette will win the 153rd Lafayette vs. Lehigh rivalry game

It’s the first taste of The Rivalry for Lafayette Leopards head coach John Garrett and freshman quarterback Sean O’Malley, and it’s also a chance for the Leopards to spoil the Lehigh Mountain Hawks’ playoff hopes. While Lehigh defeated the Colgate Raiders, their co-leader in the Patriot League, the Mountain Hawks must still consider this game […]

Timeout with…Basketball forward Matt Klinewski ’18

This week The Lafayette takes a timeout with senior co-captain Matt Klinewski, who just scored his 1000th college career point. Matt Benusa: You’ve only missed one three pointer on eight attempts from beyond the arc this year, but you only shot four three-pointers before this year. What’s with the change? Matt Klinewski: I have more […]

Rivalry brewing: Latte artist Michael Breach performs at college

The internet celebrity Michael Breach, better known as “BaristArt” joins the college in celebrating rivalry week today. With over 80,000 followers on Instagram and over 7,000 likes on Facebook, Breach is well-known for his unique portraits made in lattes. Breach’s career as a “latte artist” began around four or five years ago, Breach said in […]

By the numbers

5 — recruits signed by field hockey head coach Jennifer Stone. 41 — points scored by the three active men’s basketball freshmen out of 80 total for the team in loss against NJIT. 5 — completions by Colgate out of 17 attempts allowed by the Leopards defense in football’s loss. 25 — 4th quarter points for […]

Equestrian Team finishes fall regular season first in region: gears up for national show, invitationals

After almost doubling in size since last year, the Lafayette Equestrian team finished its fall regular season this weekend tied with Rutgers for first place in the 10-team region. Lafayette will be sending 9 riders to the Holiday Tournament of Champions invitational in Ohio on Dec. 2, the first time in two years that they’ve […]

“Meet the Greeks” panel discusses educational inequities, multicultural Greek organizations

During a time when Lafayette students are voicing interest in forming a multicultural Greek chapter, Dean of Equity & Inclusion Chris Hunt said he saw an opportunity to discuss how to improve inequities in the educational system. Coincidentally, the panel discussion Hunt worked to put together at Lafayette helped those students learn more about those […]