‘The last go around’ for senior sharpshooter Justin Jaworski, who looks to lead men’s basketball to a deep playoff run in March

Senior co-captain Justin Jaworski has had an impressive athletic and academic career at Lafayette—and he is not finished just yet. Despite sustaining a serious knee injury in his critical junior season and training under new regulations this season due to the pandemic, Jaworski still has a winning vision for both the team and himself. The […]

Lafayette Alum Bruce Castor discusses his role as head of Trump’s defense team for the second impeachment trial

As a historic second impeachment trial against Donald Trump occurs in the United States Senate this week, a face familiar to the Lafayette community occupies the defense’s table.  Attorney Bruce L. Castor Jr., a 1983 graduate of Lafayette, along with criminal defense attorney David Schoen, are organizing and executing the defense of former president Trump […]

Women’s basketball team captures two wins in three games following Covid-related postponements

The Lafayette women’s basketball team is feeling the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, with a string of postponements sandwiched around a pair of wins against Loyola Maryland and a loss to Boston University over the past month.  Over 10 games have been postponed or cancelled for the women, significantly more than the men’s team, leaving […]