In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, students create space for representation

With activities and special trips, the college’s Hispanic Society of Lafayette plans to keep Hispanic culture alive for National Hispanic Heritage Month, which is celebrated throughout the country from Sept. 15 through Oct. 15. The student organization already hosted a day trip to Fiesta DC on Sept. 22, where students could spend the day enjoying […]

The ‘Golden Voice’ of Lafayette: Jim Finnen discusses his 50-year career as the Leopards public address announcer

After a 50-year career as a public address announcer for Lafayette, the iconic Jim Finnen can still be found at football and basketball home games. Finnen spent time at the Maroon Club ahead of the homecoming game last weekend, where he was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1999. “The affiliation with Lafayette College […]

The inevitable development of artificial intelligence: Kevin Kelly discusses future of technology, implications

Artificial intelligence (AI) is quickly developing, and humans don’t have a choice in the matter. However, Kevin Kelly said humans do “have a tremendous amount of choice in developing the character, the policies, the nature of it [and] who owns it.” This past Tuesday, Kelly discussed the current and future roles that AI will have […]