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The Lafayette

Lafayette Data community provided the above graph of budget allocations by category. (Figure courtesy of Lafayette Data Community)

Data Community Club breaks down Student Government budget

By Maya Nylund, Staff Writer May 5, 2023

Following several delays, the recently-formed Lafayette Data Community provided The Lafayette with its audit of Student Government club budget allocations over the past two semesters. The audit showed...

The master plan will be finalized at the end of 2023.

Master plan recap: A year of envisioning change

By Andreas Pelekis, Staff Writer May 5, 2023

As the semester comes to a close, Lafayette has made significant progress in preparation for the reveal of the campus master plan. This will be the first master plan in over a decade and has been spearheaded...

Some Student Government members drafted a resolution in response to the Faculty Teaching & Learning Committees proposal.

Faculty committee seeks to limit Course Evaluation access

By Andreas Pelekis, Staff Writer April 28, 2023

The Faculty Teaching & Learning Committee is looking to limit access to student course evaluation data.  If approved, the student evaluations will be accessible only to the instructor, department...

The amended budget guidelines will provide clubs with extra funds for merchandise.

Student Government amends budget guidelines

By Te Filingo, Contributing Writer April 28, 2023

Student Government approved updated budget guidelines for clubs last Thursday. The revised guidelines are set to go into effect for the upcoming summer budget cycle. Notable changes include the increased...

This year, Admissions expects around 700 students in the class of 2027.

Second-highest number of applications on record, college plans smaller class of 2027

By Andreas Pelekis, Staff Writer April 21, 2023

The college received 9,866 applications for the class of 2027, the second-highest number of applications on record. The number comes as a slight drop from the class of 2026 when 10,495 applied, yet it...

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