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The Office of Residence Life is calling for McKelvy Scholars to fill five vacancies at the McKelvy House, otherwise the office might assign non-scholars to this selective academic community. (Photo by Pierson White 24)
McKelvy Scholars Program feuds with Residence Life Office over house vacancies
Nathan Kornfeind, News Editor • December 10, 2021

In a petition created this Tuesday, McKelvy Scholars criticized the college’s plan to potentially move non-scholars into the McKelvy House.  The Office of Residence Life requested that five non-scholars move into the McKelvy House to fill vacancies that will be created by scholars who won't be...

Sophie Himmel ‘24 created 100 casts of her chest for students to place around campus in places that they have felt unsafe. (Photo courtesy of Sophie Himmel 24)
Student Artist Spotlight: Sophie Himmel ‘24 raises awareness of sexual violence on campus with sculpture project
Madeline Marriott, Assistant Arts and Culture Editor • December 31, 2021

During finals week, students woke up to find hands clawing up the steps of the Farinon Student Center and feet running across the quad as plaster squirrels looked on. As a part of the final project for an introductory sculpture course, Sophie Himmel...

The new athletic facility will include a weight room that all Division I athletes at Lafayette may use. (Photo by Pierson White 24)
New athletic facility to be constructed at current site of Maroon Club Strength Center
Emma Chen, Assistant News Editor • December 10, 2021

A new athletic and lacrosse facility is slated to be constructed in the place of the current Maroon Club Strength Center. The new building will expand the strength and training center, as well as add two floors, one dedicated to the men’s lacrosse team...

Op-Ed: The fight for Roe isn't over—It's just getting started
Kait Ahern December 10, 2021

The year is 1973, and a decision has finally been reached in Roe v. Wade. Protesters line the streets leading to the Supreme Court building....

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