College celebrates LatinX Heritage: month includes Pulitzer Prize winner talk, live performances

The college commemorates LatinX Heritage Month through a series of programs and events celebrating the heritage of Latin American and Hispanic members of the college community. Geraldine Agredo ’20, a member of Hispanic Society of Lafayette (HSL), said that this month is particularly special because the Hispanic population on campus is so small. According to Forbes, last academic year […]

Faculty favorites film series begins: ‘Moonlight’ premieres as first film in series

Many students may not know their professors outside the classroom, much less what their favorite movies are. But that changed with the “Faculty Favorites” film series, in which each week until May 2 a faculty member will showcase a movie of their choice. The critically-acclaimed, award-winning film “Moonlight” kicked off the series on Tuesday at […]

International orchestra Orpheus comes to Williams Arts Center

Two internationally acclaimed musicians take the stage on Friday at the Williams Center for the Arts. Music chamber orchestra Orpheus will perform alongside violinist Vadim Gluzman. Together, Orpheus and Gluzman will undertake composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s only Violin Concerto for the first time. The Violin Concerto is known for its intense difficulty. They will also perform Chabrier’s […]

Opera’s sinister shows: Performances share themes of tragedy and sorrow

Loneliness, love and death dominated the performances of “The Masque of Edgar Allan Poe” at the Williams Center for the Arts last week. The opera, which was based partially on Edgar Allan Poe’s famous short story “The Masque of the Red Death,” was paired with a rather sinister interpretation of the Brother Grimm’s “The Juniper Tree.” In […]