Admissions decisions

Class of 2019 acceptance letters delivered with personal touch After acceptance letters for the class of 2019 were mailed out, the Lafayette community witnessed an emotional encounter via Facebook as Senior Assistant Director of Admissions Taaha Mohamedali hand delivered an acceptance letter to a Texas high school senior. Brenda Del Rio of Dallas was one […]

Forced to make changes

Marquis Players impacted by decreased funding The show will go on for the Marquis Players, but with less. Reduced funding from Lafayette College Student Government has forced the charity theater group to cut costs in the production of “The Mystery of Edwin Drood” ahead of their Mar. 26 opening night. Student government has implemented a […]

Marquis matchup

Some of this year’s 2018 Marquis Fellows meet with President Alison Byerly in the President’s House. Photo Courtesy of Catherine Corbin ‘18 ________________________________ Potential scholars strive for merit awards A pool of approximately 120 prospective students exhibiting exceptional academic skills, a passion for contributing to community service and a knack for leadership will be headed […]

Investigative journalist brings light to unjust trials of the Civil Rights Era

Jerry Mitchell speaks about reexamining cases from the Civil Rights Era as a reporter. Photo by Hana Isihara ‘17 __________________________ Investigative journalist Jerry Mitchell delivered the keynote lecture of “Black Bodies, Black Lives,” for Lafayette’s Black Heritage Month series last Monday, speaking about his work as an investigative reporter reopening and reexamining forgotten cases of […]