Field hockey wins rivalry match against Lehigh, loses to Albany

The Lafayette field hockey team started their Patriot League season on Friday with a tough start against rival Lehigh, a team that more than rose to the occasion after losing last season’s matchup. The Leopards scored first, when senior forward Kristen Taylor found sophomore forward Grace Angelella with a cross into the circle. Angelella put […]

Men’s soccer achieves net neutrality, ties game against Fairleigh Dickinson

The Lafayette men’s soccer team holds a 4-2-1 record ahead of their first Patriot League match against Bucknell University this Saturday. After starting the season with three wins and two losses, the Leopards grabbed another win, defeating La Salle with a final score of 2-0. The team scored in both halves, with freshman midfielder Sebastian […]

Movie Review: ‘The Predator’ delivers in classic 90s action movie style despite having consistency issues

Seeing one of the most cinematic aliens on screen again is quite a treat. However, “The Predator” is still a narrative mess. “The Predator” stars Boyd Holbrook ( of “Logan”), Trevante Rhodes (of “Moonlight”), Olivia Munn (of “Ocean’s Eight”) and is directed by Shane Black (“Kiss Kiss Bang Bang”, “The Nice Guys”). The movie follows […]

Student Artist Spotlight: Allan Dalapicola ’19 expresses freedom through organic composition of music

As eclectic as it is bold, Tim and Rosa’s new album ‘Welcome Time’ is an “ode to music itself,” a sweeping celebration of syncretism and the universal language of musical expression. Allan Dalapicola ’19, a civil engineer at Lafayette, has been speaking this language for his whole life. Dalapicola works with a company of other […]

Assistant Director of Student Leadership and Involvement on how literature taught her gratitude

By completing an assignment she was less than excited for in college, Assistant Director of Student Leadership and Involvement Melissa Dalrymple found a new outlook on gratitude. At the time, Melissa was a senior at East Stroudsburg University and was going through the limitless stress that seniors normally undergo during their final year of college. […]

Senior Justine Perrotti places at Marshall and Sterling Finals for individual equestrian

Senior equestrian team captain Justine Perrotti competed at the Marshall and Sterling Finals in Saugerties, NY, on Thursday, Sept. 13 and Friday, Sept. 14. Perrotti competed in one flats event, finishing seventh, and two fences events, finishing seventh and ninth. In each of the events, Perrotti competed against 21 other riders, all of whom qualified […]