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The Oldest College Newspaper in Pennsylvania

The Lafayette

The Oldest College Newspaper in Pennsylvania

The Lafayette

Godspell is a 1972 musical that modernizes the messages of the Bible, specifically from the Gospel of Matthew. (Photo courtesy of Wikipedia)

Newman Association hosts performance of ‘Godspell’ to celebrate Lenten season

By Jefrey Lopez March 13, 2020

While Lent began on February 26, students at the college were able to celebrate this past Tuesday with the viewing of the theological musical "Godspell." This past Tuesday, the Newman Association welcomed...

Professors Gill-Sadler and Fernandes discussed the work and significance of Gwendolyn Brooks, the first African American to receive the Pulitzer Prize. (Photo by Elle Cox 21)

Professors Gill-Sadler and Fernandes discuss poetry and impact of Gwendolyn Brooks, Manual Cinema to perform representation of her work

By Jefrey Lopez February 21, 2020

Gwendolyn Brooks was a twentieth century poet who broke boundaries in many ways. Today, her poems are still being read, discussed and even performed in imaginative ways, breaking additional boundaries...

The Trolley Stop will feature breakfast items all day and be open for Easton residents to enjoy. (Photo courtesy of Meghan Madeira)

New diner ‘The Trolley Stop’ coming this fall, will feature breakfast options, speciality dishes

By Jefrey Lopez February 7, 2020

Students have a lot to look forward to with the completion of the McCartney Street dorm building this fall. Perhaps one of the most anticipated features of the building is the diner, The Trolley Stop, located...

Moroccan band Innov Gnawa will perform at the college this Sunday to kick off ISAs International Education Week. (Photo Courtesy of Miami New Times)

Bringing different ‘spheres’ of Lafayette together: International Students Association to host performance by Innov Gnawa to start education week

By Jefrey Lopez November 8, 2019

For their international week of education, the International Students Association (ISA) has planned many events to look forward to in the upcoming week beginning with a performance by the Grammy-nominated...

Students have expressed disconnect with the loss of the old LCAT shuttle service. (Photo by Brandon Marin 22)

Students petition for return of college shuttle service: claim time, route difficulties with LANTA

By Jefrey Lopez September 27, 2019

For some students without cars on campus, life got a little harder this semester. Following the introduction of the LANTA bus program, which allows students to use their Lafayette ID to board LANTA buses...

Kim Thomas Malm 90 and Michael Kondels Common Ground will be exhibited at the Grossman Gallery from Sep. 3 to Oct.12 (Photo by Brandon Marin 22)

‘The tangible and the intangible’: Kim Thomas Malm ’90 and Michael Kondel’s joint exhibition ‘Common Ground’ explores human complexities

By Jefrey Lopez September 20, 2019

“Growing up on a farm, you’re always making shit,” Michael Kondel said, one of the artists of the "Common Ground" exhibit at the Grossman Gallery.  The exhibit, taking place from Sept. 3 through...

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