The ‘golden age of maximum speech’: Vaidhyanathan delivers ‘Cacophony’ talk as 2020 Jones Lecture

What happens when someone with authority employs a tactic typically used by the powerless? Dr. Siva Vaidhyanathan posed this question in the context of President Donald Trump’s Twitter usage in this year’s Thomas Roy and Lura Forrest Jones Visiting Lecture on Wednesday. Vaidhyanathan, professor of media studies and director of the Center of Media and Citizenship […]

Orange ribbons mean #ColtonStrong: Equestrian dedicates home show to coach’s grandson battling leukemia

The Lafayette equestrian team hosted a show last Saturday, complete with raffles, ribbons, and many tears shed. After hearing their coach Kelly Poff’s grandson was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, the team planned a home show Poff would never forget. “I knew our hosted show was coming up,” club assistant Justine Perrotti ‘19 said. “I […]

‘Two-five out’: Baseball head coach Joe Kinney to retire at the end of the season

“He likes to be called ‘Two-five.’ Two-five is him. Two-five is an icon.” Senior student assistant coach Kenny Campbell said baseball head coach Joe Kinney is proud to wear his number, 25, along with his players, and senior pitcher Brett Kreyer said Kinney ends team meetings by saying “Two-five out.” In December of 2019, Kinney […]

The puck stops here: Women’s club hockey outlasts George Mason to win championship in the team’s third season

Freshman center Genevieve McClean circled in the offensive zone looking for an opportunity to strike. Senior center Faith Price screened the goalie as McClean skated back between the face-off circles, and it was all she needed. She flicked a top shelf goal on the right side of the net to clinch the championship for Lafayette […]