Black history at Lafayette is rich, but goals to achieve more diversity persevere

Lafayette is not known for its diversity, but sparingly, students of color are dipped in the college’s history. This does not mean, however, that Lafayette is a model of inclusiveness and diversity, according to some students of color on campus. While Lafayette’s record may be lacking students of color, black history is complex and engrained […]

By the Numbers

12 – saves by men’s lacrosse junior goalkeeper Jonathan Anastos 3 – number of Leopards who scored hat tricks at the women’s lacrosse season opener 5 –  times that women’s basketball freshman guard Natalie Kucowski has been named Patriot League Rookie of the Week. Kucowski broke the freshman record for rebounds in a season (261) […]

Off the hill: Belated date ideas: top restaurants and shops for a late Valentine’s Day

With Valentine’s Day falling on a Wednesday this year, many students are waiting until the weekend to go out with their friends and significant others. The Lafayette staff has picked their top ten places to eat or to buy a gift for any belated date needs. Restaurants Two Rivers Brewery: Known for its burgers and […]

Not where, but when?: Netflix’s Dark is an exciting new take on the sci-fi thriller

Following the success of Stranger Things, Netflix seems to have taken an interest in the “missing children” genre with German sci-fi thriller “Dark.” Both shows revolve around a child who has disappeared from a sleepy town and heavily feature 80s nostalgia and hysterical parents. The similarities end there. Where “Stranger Things” has elements of humor […]

Women’s basketball sweeps Loyola for the season, loses to Navy at home

Lafayette women’s basketball hosted Navy on Feb. 14, falling 59-43 in their second loss to the Midshipmen this season. Even though the Leopard’s performance wasn’t enough to notch the win, freshman forward Natalie Kucowski, recently named Patriot League Rookie of the Week for the fifth time this season, was able to break a freshman record […]

Fencing continues their success at John Hopkins

The men’s fencing team and women’s fencing freshmen Olympia Peters and Emily Cook traveled to Baltimore on Feb. 11 to compete with five other teams in the Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Fencing Association. At the meet, hosted by reigning MACFA champions Johns Hopkins, Lafayette went 3-2 overall. They defeated the University of Maryland, Navy and William and […]