Meet the Editors

What did you discover about yourself while being away from campus? Ben Fuller, Editor-in-Chief I discovered exactly how loud I could play music in my room before my parents started to complain (not nearly as loud as I would hope). I also discovered that the little noise canceling devices that therapists use outside their offices […]

‘We are all interconnected’: Lafayette Mutual Aid aims to support BIPOC students and community members

Lafayette Mutual Aid (LMA) is a student-led movement with two aims: to provide direct assistance to Black and Indigenous students and Lehigh Valley residents, and to shift the ideology of giving toward the direct and immediate assistance of fellow community members. Established by Savanna Toure ’21 and Natalie Beckford ’24 last fall, LMA is a […]

Three new captains look to lead women’s lacrosse into tournament play this spring

Lafayette women’s lacrosse named its team captains for the 2021 spring season this past week, with seniors Colleen Bannon, Quinn Lacy and Anna Stein being named as tri-captains. The announcement followed the release of the team’s schedule, which is set to begin March 6 against Holy Cross.  “It was an honor to be voted captain […]

Student Artist Spotlight: Jane Fergusson ’21 draws artistic influence from math and mathematical influence from art

Art may not come to mind as the most immediate form of expression for math students, but for Jane Fergusson ’21, both seamlessly blend together. Fergusson said that she developed an affinity for art at a very young age. As a preschooler, she said she remembers a day where she started drawing a black-eyed Susan […]

Senior forward Kucowski continues to break records in her final collegiate season

Natalie Kucowski, a senior chemical engineering major on the Lafayette women’s basketball team, has proven season after season that she can raise the bar for herself and for the program’s record books.  Traveling not too far from her home in Philadelphia, Kucowski has been an asset to the Leopards since her rookie 2017-2018 season. She […]

PASA leaders meet with President Byerly to discuss next steps after open letter

Since their inception in 2017, the student-run Pards Against Sexual Assault (PASA) group has done the vast majority of prevention and education efforts on campus. But with a surge of stories of sexual violence shared on social media over the past nine months, PASA is imploring the administration to do more. On the heels of […]

Seniors Kissell and Saldivar named to preseason All-Patriot League team as women’s soccer readies for spring season

The Lafayette women’s soccer season hasn’t even started yet, but senior forward Krista Kissell already feels like she’s scored.  For one, the season is actually happening this spring after all fall competition was suspended due to the ongoing pandemic, giving Kissell and the team’s other seniors one last shot at a deep postseason run.  But […]

‘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 […]