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The Oldest College Newspaper in Pennsylvania

The Lafayette

The Oldest College Newspaper in Pennsylvania

The Lafayette

Over 70 bras were donated to Paxinosa and West Ward families. (Graphic courtesy of Charlotte Vierling 24)

L-RAJE hosts bra drive for Easton community, discussion about history of bras

By Jenny Davis , Assistant News Editor December 2, 2022

For much of November, green bins located across campus were filled with bras to be donated to Paxinosa Elementary School and West Ward families.   Lafayette for Reproductive Autonomy, Justice, and...

Many students were happy to have new food options in the dining hall.

Upper Farinon dining hall hosts pilot program

By Onab Falak, Staff Writer December 2, 2022

From Halloween to Thanksgiving break, the deli in Upper Farinon hosted multiple build-your-own food rotations. The rotation occurred only from Monday through Friday with the traditional deli food items...

Remy Oktay 24 plans to fly an electric airplane over the Rivalry game, a first-of-its-kind feat. (Photo courtesy of Lafayette Gets Electric)

Remy Oktay ‘24 sets world record flying electric airplane

By Jenny Davis, Assistant News Editor November 18, 2022

With the help of Lafayette students, electric vehicle enthusiasts, pilots and environmental advocates, Remy Oktay '24 set a world record this past weekend by traveling interstate with an electric airplane...

The banner was promptly taken down after the Lafayette Activities Forum received complaints.

South College banner arouses controversy

By Emma Chen, Trebor Maitin, Jenny Davis and Shirley Liu November 18, 2022

A cherished rivalry week tradition sparked controversy when a banner was hung on South College that read “Lehigh is like a penny: brown, 2 faced, worthless.” Some students and faculty found the...

Pard Pantry was temporarily located in the basement of Farinon.

Despite current closure, Pard Pantry is top priority, Student Government says

By Christo Maheras, Contributing Writer November 18, 2022

In the midst of the pandemic, Pard Pantry’s shelves were brimming. Foodstuffs, hygienic supplies and everyday commodities ran out as soon as they hit the shelves. Now, if one were to walk into Pard Pantry,...

Eco Rep volunteers put on hazmat suits to weigh and sort waste products from the McCartneys. (Photo courtesy of the Office of Sustainability)

Waste audit shows almost half of McCartney recycling contaminated

By Jenny Davis, Assistant News Editor November 11, 2022

In a waste audit of the McCartney residences this past weekend, it was found that while students are throwing the majority of trash items into the correct bins, there is a contamination rate of 48.6 percent...

Terry Madonna discussed the upcoming elections, with a particular focus on the races in Pennsylvania.

Meyner Center hosts local expert to explain upcoming midterm

By Andrew LaGreca, Contributing Writer November 4, 2022

On Nov. 8, the country will vote for the next Congress and numerous local and state officials in the 2022 midterms. Senior Fellow in Residence for Political Affairs at Millersville University Terry Madonna...

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