Student Artist Spotlight: Remziye Erdogan ’20 discusses integration of engineering and art

Mechanical engineering and studio art may seem like an unlikely pairing – but for Remziye Erdogan ’20, the duo is natural, and even beneficial. Erdogan, a dual art and mechanical engineering major, has spent her time on campus developing her interest in both disciplines, allowing her to further hone in on her style and expand […]

A future campus-wide composting program at Lafayette is ‘going to take a lot of effort’

Easton’s Farmers Market began a food composting program for Easton residents in the summer of 2018, the same time Lafayette brought back composting on campus after a two-year lapse in the program. A new full-time position and more funding is needed to successfully compost all food waste on campus, Lisa Miskelly, the Assistant Director of […]

Almost four years after opening, Easton Public Market remains focused on community values and fresh cuisine

The Easton Public Market is known as a trendy and vibrant spot to grab a bite to eat downtown, take a cooking class and buy farm-fresh produce. However, the market’s contributions to the community have extended far beyond its doors on Northampton Street.  The market opened in April 2016 as a project of the Greater […]

Lafayette running club takes part in Cupid’s Chase 5K: Senior Andrew Schmid places first

The Lafayette co-ed running club kicked off their season in stride last weekend, with five runners placing in the top 10 overall of the Cupid’s Chase 5K in Morristown, N.J. In two different categories, 20 and under male/female and 21-25 male/female, Lafayette came out on top overall. Senior president of the club Andrew Schmid came […]

‘Kashmir under occupation’: An ‘Xposed Series’ panel discussion on the current situation in Kashmir 

For years, the Indian government has been “suppressing the political rights of the [Kashmiri] people,” according to history professor Hafsa Kanjwal. This Tuesday, students and faculty gathered in Kirby 104 for a panel discussion centered around Kashmir and the conflict underway within the region. The panel included Kanjwal and Abdul Bhat ‘18, both of whom […]

Visiting artists discuss upcoming collaborative project, plans for time at Lafayette

Artists Chloe Bass and Glenn Goldberg have differing artistic backgrounds, but they share a common desire for intimacy in artwork, a concept which they will explore in their time at the college. Bass and Goldberg are the latest to visit the college for the Experimental Printmaking Institute (EPI), a professional printshop that invites artists from […]

Fencing teams come up short at JHU invitational, men and women beat William & Mary

The Lafayette women’s fencing team earned four wins at the Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) invitational this past Saturday. On Sunday, both teams traveled to the Johns Hopkins University (JHU) invitational, where the men’s team won twice and the women won once. In the FDU invitational, the women’s team defeated host school FDU 15-10, Hunter College […]

Women’s club hockey carries six-game winning streak into the playoffs: Lafayette can earn spot in the finals with Saturday win

Next week, the Lafayette women’s club ice hockey team will travel to Delaware to begin their postseason, following their best season yet. The team is now in second place in their division after their back-to-back wins at Slippery Rock University last weekend. The Leopards won 7-2 on Saturday, followed by a closer 2-0 margin of […]