Netflix Review: Despite exciting moments, ‘The Society’ falls short of being a great teen drama

“Six months ago we were children,” Becca, played by Gideon Adlon, says in episode seven of “The Society.” “This is who were are now: we eat and live communally. We even sweat communally.” Season one of “The Society” begins as a promising new teen drama: West Ham High School students go on a field trip […]

Summer at LaFarm: growing food for the campus and the community

Although there are fewer students on campus, summer is LaFarm’s time to bloom. LaFarm, located at the Metzger Athletic Field complex, grows produce for both the Lafayette and Easton communities and is an essential part of the college’s efforts towards sustainability, according to their website. The farm grows a wide assortment of produce. This year […]

Fun while there’s still sun: What to do in Easton before it gets cold

Easton and the surrounding area are full of exciting, outdoor opportunities in the warmer months. Here are four must-do activities before winter sets in:  Wy-Hit-Tuk Park Located along the Delaware Canal Trail (an excellent stretch of flat land for a run), Wy-Hit-Tuk Park is a delightful place to visit on a sunny Saturday afternoon. Offering […]

Field hockey starts season with home win, drops second match to nationally ranked Syracuse

The Lafayette field hockey team is off to a 1-1 start after splitting a pair of non-conference games. Last Friday they won their season opener at home against Virginia Commonwealth University 2-1, before losing a close game at 18th nationally ranked Syracuse after two overtimes on Monday.  The home game was a “White Out” game, […]

Williams Center for the Performing Arts renovations to modernize building’s space

Since its opening in 1983, the Williams Center for the Performing Arts has hosted countless performances, installations and classes. For the first time in over 30 years, the building is getting ready to debut its recent renovations, new technology and more efficient spaces. The building has received little to no modernization until this year. Both […]

Climate change and the future of natural disasters: Hurricane Dorian sweeping up the Bahamas and Southeast

Over the past week Hurricane Dorian has devastated the Bahamas and swept up the southeast coast of the United States. With an increasing frequency of the likelihood of storms in recent years, there is more focus on how climate change is affecting these weather events. Dorian swept through the Bahamas as a category 5 hurricane […]

Running the table: cross country men and women earn victories at their first meet of the season

The Lafayette cross country team began their season with a victory last Friday, with the men’s and women’s teams both finishing in first place at the Towson Invitational. The men’s team won handily, scoring 22 points while Loyola University Maryland came in second with a score of 51 and McDaniel College finished third with 63 […]

Leopards Lair hosts ‘white out’ event for sports season openers, seeks to increase student attendance at games

The Leopards Lair, which serves as the student section at Lafayette sporting events, hosted the first ever “white out kickoff event“ on the quad last Friday. The organization gave out free shirts and non-alcoholic margaritas to encourage students to attend the home openers for the field hockey and men’s soccer teams, who both played and […]