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Yearly Archives: 2009

Club Field Hockey ends season with Elite 8 run at National Championships

By Karissa Hearn Lion’s Club Field Hockey finished their astounding season with a fight for a spot in the “Elite 8” teams in the National...

College wrestling overwhelms NYU

The College cruised to a 31-6 victory Thursday night over New York University. “I thought our kids wrestled real well,” head coach David...

Lions drop second straight game in final minutes

The College lost another heartbreaker and dropped to 0-2 Wednesday in a 72-68 loss to Moravian College. Sophomore guard Hillary Murray sunk a three-point shot—and...

Lions blow past Diplomats

The Lions stroked into first for the win this weekend in the meet against Franklin & Marshall College on Friday Nov. 13 at the...

Deaf-hearing connection hosts deaf author

by Mark Barroso Correspondent The College?s Deaf-Hearing Connection (DHC) provided the campus community with a presentation by deaf author Raymond Luczak. The event, which washeld on Nov....

Bid for Tucker Max now up to College students

Due to an overwhelming response from groups across campus, the College Union Board (CUB) has decided to postpone presenting a bid to author Tucker...

‘Pixels’ vandalized

By Caitlyn Camacho Correspondent Last week the controversial “Pixels” public art project was vandalized just a week after its installation caused campus-wide debate. “The public art display...

Obesity’s economic consequences in adults, kids

Susan L. Averett, professor of economics at Lafayette College spoke on Nov. 11, discussing adult and childhood obesity and its physical and economic consequences. “Being...

Film honors Estonian revolution

By Elaina Horowitz Correspondent When a nation is faced with invasion, what is the appropriate plan of action? For the tiny country of Estonia, the...

Intoxicated female student found lying on Ely Hall floor

A female was found lying on the hallway floor at 8 p.m. on Friday Nov. 6 in Ely Hall. When Campus Police arrived, she...

College honors veterans

Veterans Day was observed on Wednesday, Nov. 11 at the College. A ceremony was held in the Library Auditorium that honored those who have...

Holocaust survivors bring meaning to history

Two Holocaust survivors came to the College to have an intimate talk with faculty and staff, telling their tales of bravery and survival last...

ROTC takes a dip in the pool

The Army ROTC had a training session last Friday at the College’s Aquatic Center. According to Debra Cho, senior women and gender studies major...

Campus Style

Cassandra Jackson Associate Professor of English What are you wearing today? Lace-up boots by Michael Kors, the pants are Max Azria, my shirt is from Forever 21,...

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