Official investigation into McCrae Williams’ death closed, but college could pursue internal charges

The investigation into McCrae Williams’ death has ended as the findings of his toxicology report showed that there had been no alcohol in his system at the time of his death, which resulted from a head injury, according to Lehigh County Coroner Scott Grim. This past Monday, Jan. 29, would have been Williams’ 20th birthday. […]

Lafayette applicant pool increases by over 700 in one year: hits record high for second year in a row

The Lafayette admissions department set a goal to receive 8,500 applications for admission to the college this year. The number of applications sat at 9,185 as of Wednesday, with the second pool of early decision applications still trickling in until February. Last year, the number of applications the college received was a record 8,469, broken […]

Equestrian Team finishes fall regular season first in region: gears up for national show, invitationals

After almost doubling in size since last year, the Lafayette Equestrian team finished its fall regular season this weekend tied with Rutgers for first place in the 10-team region. Lafayette will be sending 9 riders to the Holiday Tournament of Champions invitational in Ohio on Dec. 2, the first time in two years that they’ve […]

“Meet the Greeks” panel discusses educational inequities, multicultural Greek organizations

During a time when Lafayette students are voicing interest in forming a multicultural Greek chapter, Dean of Equity & Inclusion Chris Hunt said he saw an opportunity to discuss how to improve inequities in the educational system. Coincidentally, the panel discussion Hunt worked to put together at Lafayette helped those students learn more about those […]