Leaving the lights on: Student government works toward extending library hours

Members of student government plan to work with library staff in the coming weeks to propose extended library hours, following results from a survey indicating that the extension would be of interest to students on campus. According to Student Services Chair for Lafayette College Student Government Lia Embil ‘17, the results showed that “a lot of students favor […]

On the ballot: Student Democrat in running for district delegate

In 2012, Edward O’Brien became the youngest delegate from New Jersey to the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte County. He then served as New Jersey District Delegate for Obama’s second campaign. Now, after getting over 300 signatures, he’s back on the ballot. This time as a District Delegate for Hillary Clinton’s campaign. O’Brien is running in the 17th congressional […]

Bringing up Bailey

Lafayette health center explains new initiatives Bailey Health Center has new initiatives for students including increased hours, online scheduling, new part-time staff members, and a therapy dog named Raven, whom The Lafayette reported on in October. The health center, which according to Director of Health Services Jeffrey Goldstein, gets around 7,000 visits each year, is […]

Bringing up Bailey

Lafayette health center explains new initiatives Bailey Health Center has new initiatives for students including increased hours, online scheduling, new part-time staff members, and a therapy dog named Raven, whom The Lafayette reported on in October. The health center, which according to Director of Health Services Jeffrey Goldstein, gets around 7,000 visits each year, is […]

Hawk smash doesn’t fly

Event competition winner fails to get approval John Walker ‘17 planned to gather students on Friday to build and destroy a wooden hawk to celebrate the 151st Lafayette-Lehigh game the following day. Lafayette administration, however, revoked its approval, citing dangers to a nearby airport. The rivalry-themed event to destroy Lehigh’s mascot won aLafayette College Student […]

The dog days are over

Bailey’s Health Center dog relieves students of stress There is a new staff member at Bailey Health Center and her popularity is rising—but there’s something about her you might not expect. She’s a seven-month old black lab named Raven and her job is to provide a morale boost for students who are sick or stressed […]

Making a first impression

Admissions matches ambassadors to prospective students   With a new staff position focusing on campus visitation, the office of admissions created an initiative to focus on experiences closer to home. The new position concentrates campus visitation efforts into Assistant Director of Admissions Ed Bianchi’s office, which now manages the tour guides, called the Lafayette College […]