Meal plan mix-up clarified

Photo by Nicole Maselli ‘14| The Lafayette An email sent by Lafayette Dining Services announced no changes will be made to meal equivalency this year, contrary to popular belief. According to the email sent by dining services, the meal equivalency program was expanded this year. “In both the Food Court/Lower and in Simon’s Café, as […]

StuGov orders Non Cur to change

Graphic by Aaron Levenson ‘15 | The Lafayette Non Cur, “Lafayette’s Only Absurd Underground Journal,” must comply with new requirements or face “permanent removal of funding and revocation of recognition,” according to a memo sent by Student Government to Non Cur on Oct. 1. “Given the response of the community, Student Government felt it necessary […]

Science and technology building still a ways off, will end Kunkel and Farber

Photos by Willem Ytsma ’16 | The Lafayette Excitement surrounds the prospect of a new science and technology building per the $27.9 million gift from Kenneth Rockwell ‘66, but the Class of 2018 may not even see the completion of the building. “The programming, design, permitting and construction process will undoubtedly take several years,” Mary […]

College cashes in: How Kent Rockwell’s $27.9 million donation came to be

Kent Rockwell was not a widely recognizable name within the Lafayette community before Monday morning, but after donating $27.9 million in stock to his alma mater toward a new science and technology building, it’s unlikely members of the college community will soon forget him. According to President Alison Byerly, Rockwell’s gift is “among the largest […]

Wheeler running again?

Former Lafayette Public Safety officer and current Easton Constable is “pondering” a write-in ballot campaign for the District Judge election this November. “I am just waiting to regroup and get my team back together, and we’ll go from there,” Wheeler said of the prospect. “In early September we’ll start getting together and we’ll have a […]

Summer thefts

Six minors studying at Lafayette through a Johns Hopkins University program reported stolen items from their rooms this summer. According to Assistant Director of Public Safety Jim Meyer, the minors were between the ages of 14 and 16. On July 9, a JHU male and two JHU females reported the theft of cash from their […]