The Oldest College Newspaper in Pennsylvania

The Lafayette

The Oldest College Newspaper in Pennsylvania

The Lafayette

The Oldest College Newspaper in Pennsylvania

The Lafayette

Andreas Pelekis

Andreas Pelekis, Assistant News Editor

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In the future, Remy Oktay 24 hopes to spearhead events that bring many students onto the Quad.

Students turn Quad into snowball battleground

By Andreas Pelekis, Assistant News Editor
February 16, 2024
No members of the class of 2026 delegation returned to the general body.

Meet your new Student Government representatives

By Andreas Pelekis, Assistant News Editor
December 8, 2023
Bob Foltz can be found on the sidelines of nearly every basketball game.

Section 5, row B, seat 1

By Andreas Pelekis, Assistant News Editor
December 8, 2023
Other than a late start to the meeting, Student Government stuck to its agenda.

Student Government report card, Nov. 16

By Andreas Pelekis, Assistant News Editor
December 1, 2023
Members of the soccer team thank fans after their quarterfinal victory over American University. (Photo by Rick Smith for GoLeopards)

Men’s soccer championship preview

By Andreas Pelekis, Assistant News Editor
November 11, 2023
The colleges yearly crime history is published in the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report.

Contextualizing the weekly crime log

By Andreas Pelekis, Assistant News Editor
November 10, 2023
The field hockey team celebrates its semifinal win against Boston. (Photo courtesy of GoLeopards)

Field hockey championship preview

By Andreas Pelekis, Assistant News Editor
November 3, 2023
The updated course registration process adds a feature called Plan Ahead that mimics Coursicle.

Class registration process changed

By Andreas Pelekis, Assistant News Editor
October 27, 2023
Public Safety recently adopted a new set of parking rules to reduce confusion.

Public Safety’s powers

By Andreas Pelekis, Assistant News Editor
September 29, 2023
The administration will assess space availability in dining halls in the coming weeks.

Dining hall overflows due to reservation conflict

By Andreas Pelekis, Assistant News Editor
September 22, 2023
Sophomore Jake Magnusson gets set to receive in the first round of the Bucknell Invitational. 
(Photo by Hannah Ally for GoLeopards)

Tennis teams debut at Bucknell Invitational

By Andreas Pelekis, Assistant News Editor
September 8, 2023
The bulk of Student Government spending goes toward club sports.

Who should fund Lafayette’s club sports?

By Andreas Pelekis, Contributing Writer
February 3, 2023
The Leopards faced formidable competition at the invitational. (Photo courtesy of GoLeopards)

Fencing kicks off 2023 at Penn Invite

By Andreas Pelekis, Contributing Writer
January 27, 2023
Sam Bankman-Fried has become the face of the cryptocurrency meltdown in recent weeks. (Photo courtesy of Getty Images)

FTX collapse possibly affects college students

By Andreas Pelekis, Contributing Writer
December 9, 2022
Senior goalkeeper Alex Sutton drills a goal kick to advance the ball during Lafayettes scoreless draw with Boston University. 
(Photo courtesy of GoLeopards)

Men’s soccer ties Boston University

By Andreas Pelekis, Contributing Writer
September 30, 2022
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