Lafayette Mutual Aid and Panhellenic Council raise thousands of dollars for BIPOC individuals

In a joint effort to “dismantle systems of oppression” on campus, Lafayette Mutual Aid and the Panhellenic Council (Panhel) raised over $5,750 for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) last week. The fundraiser was an effort to raise awareness and support for both groups, and to provide resources for BIPOC people on College Hill […]

Jon Davis ’22 and Scott Fernandes ’22 win annual Dyer Center Real Estate Competition

Students pitched their design for a new indoor athletic facility at Metzgar Fields last week at the annual Real Estate Case competition hosted by the Dyer Center. Scott Fernandes ’22 and Jon Davis ’22 presented the best pitch and won a $3,000 prize. Yusuf Dahl, the Dyer Center marketing coordinator, helped develop programming and supported […]

Adam DePaul, Storykeeper and Tribal Council Member of local Lenape Nation, discusses Lenape history and culture

Adam DePaul grew up hearing stories of Indigenous culture from his mother. Now, he has dedicated his life to preserving the history of his ancestors. For the first event of this year’s Native American Heritage Week, the college welcomed DePaul, the Storykeeper and Tribal Council Member of the local Lenape Nation on Monday. The event […]