Alaskan gamer charged with making false bomb threat to campus

A man from Anchorage, Alaska, was charged over the break with perpetrating last May’s bomb threat against campus. Gavin Lee Casdorph, going by Jafar Saleem on Twitter, was arrested in December for propagating the false bomb threats. Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), along with President Alison Byerly, held a press conference on Dec. […]

Lafayette alumnae take passions for food to Instagram

Two Lafayette alumna have established careers in the delicious world of food blogging. Gillian Presto ’18 and Cameron Rogers ’13 have successfully established themselves as foodies on their Instagram accounts and blogs. While seniors in high school, Presto and her friends Natalie Landsberg and Emily Morse noticed that their personal Instagram feeds were flooded with photos […]

Comedians John Mulaney and Pete Davidson to perform stand-up at State Theatre: first show sells out, second one added

The State Theatre Center for the Arts in Easton, Pa. recently sold out the first show of the upcoming appearance of Saturday Night Live stand-up comedians Pete Davidson and John Mulaney on April 26 at 7 p.m., as well as a following show at 10 p.m. According to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of State […]

Album Review: Pittsburgh-based band Chase and the Barons’ debut album an impressive alternative feat

After releasing two EPs in the last two years, the Pittsburgh-based band Chase and the Barons are set to release their debut alternative-rock album titled “Live Wire Bed Fire” on April 6.  The album is a fun and well-rounded listen. I agree with their band bio when it states that the album captures “elements of […]

Track and field hitting their stride after winter break training: four Leopards set personal bests

This past weekend the Lafayette track and field team traveled to Lewisburg, Pa., to compete in the Bison Open & Multi meet hosted by Bucknell. Both the men’s and women’s teams found success in different events. Junior Tyler Hubeny was the star of the weekend, winning the Heptathlon with 4,784 points and setting a new […]

Men’s basketball loses to Army, drops overtime thriller to rival Lehigh

The Lafayette men’s basketball team suffered a 69-63 defeat to Army West Point last Saturday before losing to rival Lehigh in overtime on Wednesday during the “team takeover day,” where both teams wore customized jerseys with player nicknames. The loss moves the Leopards to 6-14 overall and 3-6 in Patriot League play. The Lehigh game […]

Swim and dive finishes home slate with strong showing in Senior Day meet

The Lafayette swimming and diving team competed in two meets last weekend, hosting both Rider and Colgate in their final two home contests of the season.  During Saturday’s meet against Ryder, both the men’s and women’s teams fell short despite several strong individual performances. The men won two events, the first coming from senior Kyle […]

Athletics department announces departure of volleyball coach

Terri Dadio Campbell will not return as the Lafayette volleyball coach for the 2019 season. Athletic Director Sherryta Freeman announced that the former head coach will not come back after 17 seasons with the team. Athletic department representatives declined to comment on what led to Campbell’s departure.  In those seasons, the Leopards recorded four seasons with […]

Super Bowl predictions: Sports writers make their picks for the big game

Ryan Green: New England Patriots The significance of this Sunday’s Super Bowl matchup might reside in the passing of the torch from one of the greatest players of all-time, Tom Brady, to one of the future moguls of the National Football League (NFL), Jared Goff. Perhaps one could argue that the appearance of Goff and Sean […]