Heartfelt remake of “Queer Eye” embraces “the politically charged moments”

The success of Netflix’s remake of “Queer Eye” has shown that their endeavor into reality TV has paid off. Netflix’s “Queer Eye” is heartfelt, genuinely funny and binge-able, which are sought-after qualities in reality TV. “Queer Eye” is a reality TV show that wants “to turn the Red States pink–one makeover at a time,” While […]

Track and field takes on the Patriot League

The Lafayette track and field team traveled to Lewisburg, Penn., last weekend to compete in the Patriot League Indoor Championship. The men’s team finished seventh overall and the women’s team finished ninth in the two-day Patriot League showdown. Many Leopards landed in the Lafayette record books and scored personal bests. The 4×800 relay team, comprised of junior […]

Riley Temple ’71 uses theology framework to analyze work of African-American playwright

Within the “50 years Black America has been free” since the Civil Rights Act in 1964, African-American authors, poets and playwrights, including playwright August Wilson, have portrayed the history of their people since slavery through various mediums, Riley Temple ’71 said. Wilson’s works play a “redemptive role” for black culture, and according to Temple, can […]

Why do we deny the humanities of others? Exhibition questions viewer’s “perceptions about history, identity and voice”

“It is a terrible, an inexorable law that one cannot deny the humanity of another without diminishing one’s own,” writer and activist James Baldwin once said. His quote inspired the Rare Books Cataloger Pam Murray and Director of Special Collections Diane Shaw to name her exhibition “The Humanity of Another,” displayed at the Lass Gallery, […]