Grammy-nominated artists Daya, D.R.A.M. to co-headline spring concert

Grammy-nominated artists Daya and D.R.A.M. will be co-headlining 2017’s spring concert, the Lafayette Activities Forum announced Friday. Daya, who is scheduled to play first, is a pop artist known for her hits “Hide Away” and “Sit Still, Look Pretty.” The Pittsburgh native, whose real name is Grace Martine Tandon, started taking piano lessons as a […]

The Lafayette Style Watch: Jackie Korey ’15

Each week The Lafayette style columnist, Aleni MacKarey, peruses the campus to find Leopard’s rocking unique and individual trends. Today’s installment features Jackie Korey in a stunning white lace dress. Lace, in its most primitive form, is thought to have been around since the sixteenth century. Originally seen only occasionally as loose needlepoint patterns on collars […]

H. MacKnight Black Poetry

First Place Two-Dimensional Jesus By Jasmine Jay ‘14 “From the fall of the Roman empire to the beginning of The Renaissance, all anyone ever did was draw two-dimensional Jesus.” “And when the Renaissance began, is that when Jesus became 3-D?” “A person doesn’t just become 3-D. They were pictures. And I think you mean three-dimensional.” Or […]

Monks, Meditation, and Merging

Drepung Gomang monastery monks visit campus Photos by Sarah Walko ‘15 and courtesy of While students slid into their flip-flops and began claiming territory on the sunny quad during the past week, Lafayette’s special guests donned different outfits. The Monks of Drepung Gomang Monastery for Advanced Studies and Practices on Buddhist Philosophy resided on campus […]