College releases strategic plan for athletics, puts forth solutions for deficiencies

“Lafayette College, through teamwork across all campus constituents, departments, and support services is committed to achieving excellence in its NCAA Division I athletics program. Success is measured by the ability to create and maintain a winning culture that affords its teams with the opportunity to regularly compete for championships. Success also is achieved through excellence […]

Public safety investigation into Tri Delta hazing incident concludes, no violations found: Delta Gamma investigation continues

The investigation into the alleged hazing incident reported at Tri Delta, which began after a complaint was filed on Sept. 14 at 4 p.m, has been completed and referred to student conduct, according to Director of Public Safety Jeff Troxell. Chief Executive Officer of Tri Delta Karen Hughes White confirmed that the college found that the […]

Bad first impression: Football gets shut out, dominated by Colgate in first Patriot League bout

In the Leopards’ Patriot League opener, they were decisively defeated by Colgate 45-0 on Saturday, Sept. 22. By halftime, Colgate was leading the Leopards 36-0, out-possessing Lafayette 37:15 to 22:45 in the entire game. It was a miserable start to the game, as the Leopards failed to ever make a competitive push. After an 86-yard Colgate […]

Field hockey wins first Patriot League matchup, loses to top-20 ranked team

The Lafayette field hockey team’s win on Friday, Sept. 21, was an overtime thriller against Drexel with a score of 2-1. The goals were scored by sophomore defender and midfielder Audrey Sawers off a rebound, and the game-winner from junior defender Lisa van der Geest, with an assist from freshman forward Molly McAndrew. Sawers’ goal […]

A tribute to peace: ‘Peace Paper Project’ encourages archiving personal history through paper-making

Art has been used as a therapeutic practice for centuries. From using art to reconcile with war to creating masterpieces based on historical tragedies, the act of creating changes the way one copes with experience. The “Peace Paper Project” believes in this opportunity to create beauty from the horrific; magic, the pain. Peace Paper Project […]

Men’s lacrosse, women’s soccer, and field hockey earn thousands for charity in annual fundraisers

The men’s lacrosse and women’s soccer and field hockey programs continue major fundraising efforts for charitable organizations. Through alumni and family outreach and invitations to games and events, each team is able to both raise money for their sport and for cancer research and cancer patients. The field hockey team hosted their annual Pancreatic Cancer […]