In an announcement heard around the world, President Alison Byerly told the community that all Lafayette students will be invited back to campus for the 2021 spring semester. Students have until Nov. 2 to inform the college of their spring intentions, and billing is expected to be released around Dec. 7 “in [the] most current […]
With just over 700 students on campus this semester, Lafayette has seen far less traffic than any recent semester. A pandemic cannot stop the leaves from turning, however.
Since 1947, WJRH has provided an outlet for Lafayette students to stream their favorite songs, hold events and run talk shows on a federally licensed FM station. While a virtual semester may not seem compatible for the station’s functioning, members have maintained their creative ideas and adapted their technology to remote services, allowing them to […]
When Jami Attenberg decided to write a memoir, she was advised that she should be “the biggest asshole in the story.” “I am not the hero of my story at all,” Attenberg said. This past Tuesday, Attenberg spoke to students and professors over Zoom and read from a memoir that she is currently working on, […]
The Queer Archives Project (QAP) is a project designed to illuminate the college’s queer history by bringing to light stories and experiences of LGBTQ+ identifying alumni, faculty and staff. On Wednesday night, several people involved in the the QAP hosted a discussion over Zoom to discuss the journey behind this initiative. Panelists included Women, Gender […]
Lafayette has seen its total cases nearly double over the last couple weeks, marking the school’s first major outbreak since it was reopened in August. A total of 15 students have tested positive for COVID-19 since October 14, including seven positive cases on October 17, the highest single-day total of the semester so far. Prior […]