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The Oldest College Newspaper in Pennsylvania

The Lafayette

The Oldest College Newspaper in Pennsylvania

The Lafayette

Camille Paglia discusses gender in art history (Photo by Saeed Malami 20).

Camille Paglia connects ancient art to issues of gender

By Tucker Huston October 20, 2017

University of the Arts professor and social critic Camille Paglia visited the college to bring her audience through the history of gender in art, covering masculinity and powerful women throughout history. Her...

College celebrates LatinX Heritage: month includes Pulitzer Prize winner talk, live performances

By Tucker Huston September 22, 2017

The college commemorates LatinX Heritage Month through a series of programs and events celebrating the heritage of Latin American and Hispanic members of the college community. Geraldine Agredo '20,...

The film series Body and Soul: The Art and Activism of Paul Robeson continues through the month of April in Buck Hall (Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)

Film series celebrates Paul Robeson

By Tucker Huston April 7, 2017

Students and faculty gathered in the Landis Cinema on Thursday night for the viewing of the second film in a month-long film series entitled "Body and Soul: The Art and Activism of Paul Robeson." The film...

Tanya Tagaq comes to the Williams Arts Center this Satuday (Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons).

Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq comes to campus

By Tucker Huston February 17, 2017

Award-winning Canadian Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq is set to perform what some might call an invigorating, ferocious and evocative show on Saturday night at the Williams Arts Center. Throat singing,...

(Photo courtesy of Andy Smith)

Faculty favorites film series begins: ‘Moonlight’ premieres as first film in series

By Tucker Huston February 10, 2017

Many students may not know their professors outside the classroom, much less what their favorite movies are. But that changed with the "Faculty Favorites" film series, in which each week until May 2 a...

Soloist Vadim Guzman will perform with Orpheus Friday at the Williams Center for the Arts (Photo Courtesy of Marco Borggreve)

International orchestra Orpheus comes to Williams Arts Center

By Tucker Huston February 3, 2017

Two internationally acclaimed musicians take the stage on Friday at the Williams Center for the Arts. Music chamber orchestra Orpheus will perform alongside violinist Vadim Gluzman. Together, Orpheus...

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