Podcast Review: ‘Serial’ podcast meticulously traces the 1999 murder of Hae Min Lee

Brought to you by the producers of “This American Life,” the first season of “Serial” is a riveting series that traces the 1999 murder of Hae Min Lee, a Baltimore, Md. high school student.  Over the course of seven weekly episodes, journalist Sarah Koenig investigates the making of a murder and the even more complicated trial that […]

Performance Review: ‘The Taming of the Shrew/The Tamer Tamed’ shines in all aspects

The theater department has produced a mixture of William Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew” and John Fletcher’s “The Tamer Tamed,” a play written in response to “The Taming of the Shrew,” to create “The Taming of The Shrew/The Tamer Tamed.”    The first act of the play was based on Shakespeare’s “The Taming of The […]

Album Review: ‘I Used to Know Her: Part 2’ is melancholic and introspective

Three months after dropping “I Used To Know Her: The Prelude,” H.E.R (Having Everything Revealed), returns with a sequel to her six-track project: “I Used To Know Her: Part 2.” The new album came out on Nov. 2 and includes eight tracks without features, allowing the R&B singer to explore new musical directions. Tracks that […]

The International Students Association works on making ‘more of a presence’ in the college community

The International Students Association (ISA) is bringing together both international and domestic students to celebrate International Education Week (IEW). Starting next Sunday, the ISA will be hosting a series of fun and educational events throughout the week, culminating in the ISA’s first-ever dance party on Friday, Nov. 9, which will be featuring music and dances […]

Owowcow Creamery brings a ‘unique’ craft of ice cream to Easton

First founded in 2009 at Upper Bucks County, Pa., Owowcow Creamery has opened another location at the Simon Silk Mill, which gives Easton residents and Lafayette students a reason to rejoice.  “Easton is definitely a foodie community, I think we are in good company,” Shira Tizer Wade said, the General Manager of Owowcow.  Owowcow opened their Easton […]

Author, singer and songwriter Dar Williams talks on the identities, history and value of American small towns

Known for her critically acclaimed pop-folk discography, Dar Williams spoke to Lafayette this Tuesday about her most recent book “What I Have Found in a Thousand Towns,” an anthropological approach to small-town America through the voice of a songwriter. Williams also performed for the audience. “What I Have Found in a Thousand Towns” is an intersection […]