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Sophomore Kazuki Osawa finished in a tie for first place at the Gimmler Invitational. (Photo courtesy of Athletic Communications)

Sophomore Kazuki Osawa leads golf team to third place finish at Gimmler Invitational

By Kaijie Zhang September 20, 2019

The Lafayette men’s golf team finished in third place at the Doc Gimmler Invitational at the Bethpage State Park Red Course this past weekend. Sophomore Kazuki Osawa finished in a four-way tie for first...

Sports Recap Central

By Kaijie Zhang September 6, 2019

Women’s Soccer (1-2-1) (0-0-0) Aug. 29 @ Seton Hall L, 1-0 Seton Hall led in shots (19-11), corners taken (6-1) and fouls (5 to 12). The goalies, junior Maggie Pohl and freshman Natalie Neumann, split...

Senior Brooke Wensel was named the Patriot League Softball Scholar-Athlete of the Year. (Photo courtesy of Athletic Communications)

Softball looks to future after shoddy season

By Kaijie Zhang May 10, 2019

The Lafayette softball team ended their season with a three-game sweep at the hands of Holy Cross last weekend, dropping their final record to 8-40-1 with a 1-17 mark in the Patriot League. The Crusaders...

Junior Crosby Spiess took the turn of the 400-meter dash. (Photo courtesy of Athletic Communications)

Track and field athletes compete at a pair of invitationals, two Leopards enter school record books

By Kaijie Zhang April 26, 2019

The track and field team travelled to two separate invitationals last weekend, with two Leopards entering the school record books, and several personal bests. Many team members competed in the Greyhound...

The men and women combined to win 15 events against Lehigh. (Photo courtesy of Athletic Communications)

Men’s track and field beats rival Lehigh in annual dual meet

By Kaijie Zhang April 12, 2019

This past weekend, the Lafayette track and field team faced rival Lehigh in a dual meet, with the men emerging victorious by a score of 107-96 to earn the Bryan Mundy trophy. The women fell short of the...

Mens tennis broke through with a win over Holy Cross for their first in conference play. (Photo courtesy of Athletic Communications)

Men’s tennis defeats Holy Cross, loses to Loyola and Army to open conference play

By Kaijie Zhang March 29, 2019

The men's tennis team opened conference play last weekend in West Point, N.Y., with losses to Army and Loyola Maryland and a win over Holy Cross for their first Patriot League win of the spring season....

Larry Williams favorite part of working in Lower is mingling and making connections with students. (Photo by Elle Cox 21)

From Brooklyn to Lower: Larry Williams sits down with The Lafayette

By Kaijie Zhang September 21, 2018

"79! 55! 21!" When students hear numbers echoing through the Farinon Atrium during late night Lower hours, they think of Larry. Larry Williams may be best known at Lafayette for yelling order numbers...

Junior Ryan Goncalves contributed greatly to set pieces, says head coach Dennis Bohn. (Photo Courtesy of Athletic Communications)

Men’s soccer achieves net neutrality, ties game against Fairleigh Dickinson

By Kaijie Zhang September 21, 2018

The Lafayette men’s soccer team holds a 4-2-1 record ahead of their first Patriot League match against Bucknell University this Saturday. After starting the season with three wins and two losses, the...

The 12th annual Lafayette Day will be Saturday, Sept. 15 from 11 a.m to 3 p.m (Photo by Elle Cox 21).

A day for Lafayette in Easton: fun activities await students downtown

By Kaijie Zhang September 14, 2018

Free food, life-size whack-a-mole, a chili festival and more. If you would think you can't find all these in one place, you'd be wrong. Lafayette Day, happening this weekend, is where you can find them. The...

Freshman midfielder Sophia Hudson (23) looking to make a play on defense. (Photo Courtesy of Athletic Communications)

Women’s soccer stumbles with two losses after 3-0 start

By Kaijie Zhang September 7, 2018

The Leopards of women's soccer started their season strong with a 1-0 win over Villanova, a first for the women’s soccer program in the history of Lafayette. The team proceeded with two more wins against...

Crazy Rich Asians will hit home for viewrs who come from a family with eastern values. Our reviewer was struck by seeing his own experiences reflected in the film. (Courtesy of IMP Awards)

‘Crazy Rich Asians’ stands out as a triumph for cultural representation in Hollywood

By Kaijie Zhang September 7, 2018

A group of Asians has shown that romantic comedies still have hope in the film industry. Going into the movie theater during this film's second weekend in the box office, I was, of course, excited to...

Sophomore Thomas Anthony at the Bison Open. (Photo Courtesy of Athletic Communications)

Cross country women show promise, a Rocky start for the men

By Kaijie Zhang September 7, 2018

The theme of the summer workout for the cross-country team this year is “Rocky,” or more precisely, the "Rocky" movies. Assistant coach for the team, Mike DuPaul, decided on that theme earlier this...

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