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Meet the Editors

September 10, 2021

What did you miss the most while being away from Lafayette this summer? Editor-in-Chief: Lucie Lagodich Living on Monroe Street, I missed that sense of community that I didn't have this past summer...

Op-Ed: A case against the ‘Lafayette ideal’ and the Pepper Prize

April 23, 2021

It’s around that time of the year again, when a graduating senior will soon be awarded the George Wharton Pepper Prize.  Seniors who are academically successful and have “noteworthy participation”...

All remaining snow moved into Greek houses in last-ditch effort to keep them white

All remaining snow moved into Greek houses in last-ditch effort to keep them white

April 2, 2021

For the past week, all Greek Organizations at Lafayette have frantically been relocating all remaining snow into their respective houses in order to keep them as white as possible. "The seasons are changing...

College still co-ed

College still co-ed

April 2, 2021

As students and faculty reflect on the past 50 years of co-education at Lafayette, one thing has become abundantly clear: the admission of women into the college has led to nothing but trouble. On June...

Milo’s Place operating at reduced capacity of several hundred students at a time

Milo’s Place operating at reduced capacity of several hundred students at a time

April 2, 2021

Popular Easton dive bar Milo's Place is struggling financially to operate at 25% capacity during the COVID-19 pandemic, forcing the establishment to turn away patrons at the door once the crowd reaches...

Lafayette introduces COVID-19 level negative 1

Lafayette introduces COVID-19 level negative 1

April 2, 2021

Due to Lafayette's success in managing the pandemic, the administration has consulted with members of the CDC and decided to add an additional operational level: Level -1.  Level -1 will be below Level...

Spring break 2022 to be twelve hours long

Spring break 2022 to be twelve hours long

April 2, 2021

The success of this week’s 48-hour spring break has prompted the administration to take a closer look at the true place of a “break” on college campuses. “This week’s spring break was really...

Lafayette financial aid office hands over reins to GameStop executive board

April 2, 2021

After the recent spike in GameStop stock and the noticeable lack of a spike in available financial aid, the Board of Trustees officially approved the motion for all members of the financial aid office...

Lafayette introduces Virtual Quad

Lafayette introduces Virtual Quad

April 2, 2021

Due to the college’s concerns about an influx of students enjoying time on the Quad as warmer weather approaches, Lafayette administrators made the executive decision to institute a “Virtual Quad,”...

Massive crew team pileup blocks Delaware for days, Easton crayon trade grinds to halt

Massive crew team pileup blocks Delaware for days, Easton crayon trade grinds to halt

April 2, 2021

In an unfortunate start to their first practice this spring, the entire crew team is apparently lodged diagonally in a massive boat-pileup across the Delaware River. “Our glasses got all fogged up from...

Bailey Health Center to provide self-administering COVID-19 vaccine kits to all Lafayette students

April 2, 2021

In response to elevated concerns of community transmission of COVID-19, Bailey Health Center will be operating completely remotely for the rest of the spring 2021 semester, leaving students with no place...

The Lafayette apologizes for last weeks story on Shrimp Tails Quesadilla Guy

The Lafayette apologizes for last week’s story on ‘Shrimp Tails Quesadilla Guy’

April 2, 2021

The Lafayette editorial and design staff would like to offer a formal apology to the student body for a recent story published about student Michael S. Duck ‘23.  Last week, Duck went viral for finding...

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