Swim and dive team breaks five school records at conference championships

Breaking school records is almost getting old for sophomore Justin Lloyd. After breaking the 1000-yard freestyle record in November, Lloyd added two individual records and broke two more in relay events last week at the Patriot League championship meet, contributing to four of the five new Lafayette records. “It was pretty cool,” he said. “But […]

‘Lasting division and distrust’: speakers discuss Ukraine in the past and present moment

Ukraine has a long and complex history that is still relevant to understanding its political standing today. The college hosted a talk titled “Can You Find Ukraine on a Map?” this past Tuesday, which reflected upon the past, present and future of the country. The talk provided students with context for understanding Ukraine’s appearances in […]

Women’s lacrosse splits a pair of non-conference games: Attacker Meghan McLachlan earns Rookie of the Week honors

The Lafayette women’s lacrosse team beat Merrimack in the home opener last Saturday before losing to Binghamton at Fisher Stadium on Wednesday. The team now holds a 2-1 record in the early portion of the spring season, with conference play starting in two weeks. Against Merrimack, the Leopards won 11-8 after relinquishing a lead that […]

Student government to release ‘long overdue’ new guidelines for student organization budgets

The recently formed student government budget committee is taking on the task of revising the policies for budget allocation to student organizations. It has been years since the guidelines for student organization budgeting have been revised, according to vice president Ross Coleman ’22.  Up until now, the budgets for student organizations were mostly decided on […]