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The Oldest College Newspaper in Pennsylvania

The Lafayette

Remembering Everett Glenn

By L'Eunice Faust May 8, 2015

The day was bright and cheerful on this past Tuesday. Some would use those same words to describe Everett Glenn’s smile. “He’s probably the most genuine human being I’ve ever met,” Stephen...

What is?

By L'Eunice Faust May 1, 2015

A Lafayette professor competes on Jeopardy! Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek obtained the Guinness World record for most game show episodes hosted—6,829 episodes on June 13 of 2014. Seeing as there is usually...

Controversy sparked by demonstration

By L'Eunice Faust April 3, 2015

Facebook post about Flags on the Quad triggers argument Created with the intent of raising awareness to the immigrant experience, Hispanic Society of Lafayette’s Flags on the Quad event ended with controversy...

Jane Rosa ‘18 and Alex Bell
‘18, co-editors-in-chief, promote
their new social justice
blog, StandUp. [Photo courtesy of StandUp Lafayette]

Social justice goes digital

By L'Eunice Faust March 27, 2015

Students launch StandUp, a blog on social issues on campus After weeks of promotion through Facebook and Instagram postings, StandUp, Lafayette’s first social justice blog, officially launched their...

Lafayette’s IDEAL

By L'Eunice Faust February 20, 2015

Center for Innovation encourages experiential learning Priding itself on Innovation, Design, Education and Leadership, the IDEAL center aims to bring new facet to the Lafayette education. IDEAL focuses...

Yik Yak as platform for harassment

By L'Eunice Faust February 6, 2015

Yik Yak,an app that allows users to post anonymous messages for viewing solely in their local area, is being used by some students to criticize their college professors and faculty, causing issues on some...

Medieval pet fashion transcends time

By L'Eunice Faust November 14, 2014

Paris Hilton dresses her Chihuahua, Tinkerbell, in an over the top pink tutu and Michael Jackson matched with his pet chimpanzee, Bubbles. With these modern anomalies, one may wonder, "What goes on in...

Noche de Cultura inspires deep appreciation for Latin-American culture

By L'Eunice Faust October 24, 2014

Noche de Cultura is the Hispanic Society of Lafayette's largest annual event and this year's festivities introduced some cultural flair through food and games and a serious conversation about identity...

Students respond to the changes of 1,000 Nights

By L'Eunice Faust September 26, 2014

This year, 1,000 Nights was moved to Hotel Bethlehem and students responses varied. Few colleges have a welcome to the incoming class like Lafayette. There’s Accepted Students Day, Orientation Week,...

Broadway without the Bucks

By L'Eunice Faust September 19, 2014

The typical weekend of a Lafayette student can range from a night out at Campus Pizza, a night in with friends, or hunkering down to study for that test your professor just reminded you about before the...

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