Super Bowl Predictions: Writers explain their NFL Championship picks

Henry Schweber: New England Patriots While we have both number 1 seeds in the Super Bowl, there is still a clear underdog. The Philadelphia Eagles lost star quarterback Carson Wentz to a season ending ACL tear towards the end of the regular season, but journeyman quarterback Nick Foles has more than held his own in […]

By the numbers

51 — Lafayette points scored in the second half of men’s basketball victory over Colgate. 17 — rebounds by freshman forward Natalie Kucowski in women’s basketball loss to Holy Cross. 1st — place achieved by freshman Tyler Hubeny in the Bison Open heptathalon. 2nd — place in Lafayette’s records and place at the New Balance […]

Lafayette’s election night broadcast wins NETA award

Participating in the “First Vote in a Polarized Age” 2016 election broadcast by the policy studies program was a “once in a lifetime opportunity” for Chris Burns ’19. The broadcast certainly impressed as it earned another honor with the Engaged Learning Award from NETA, the National Education Telecommunication Association Conference, last week. The broadcast was […]