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  • Searfoss, Bryant step into starting roles for Lafayette

    Blake Searfoss says his best friends from high school are all lacrosse players. In fact, he was an All-American lacrosse player himself, headed for the Air Force Academy to play that sport until a strong senior football season got him thinking about...
  • Lafayette College to host ancient handwriting expert for public presentation Oct. 9

    A curator of historical manuscripts and ancient handwriting will present "Tangled Texts in Early Modern England" at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 9 at Lafayette College. Heather Wolfe will give this free, public presentation in the Gendebien Room of the...
  • Lafayette women's basketball program adds former Olympic coach

    Lafayette women's basketball program adds former Olympic coach
    Lafayette women’s basketball head coach Dianne Nolan announced the addition of Theresa Grentz to her staff. Grentz was the head coach of the 1992 U.S. Women’s Olympic team and the head coach at Illinois and Rutgers. “I am...
  • Lafayette Leopards rammed by Fordham's offense in 42-18 loss

    BRONX, N.Y. – With 4 minutes, 40 seconds left in the second quarter Friday night, Fordham had 110 yards of offense to Lafayette's 95 yards and led by two touchdowns. The Rams then ripped off 221 yards to the Leopards' 48 before the end of the...
  • Former Paul Taylor star Annmaria Mazzini returns to Allentown

    The Paul Taylor Dance Company is a pillar in the world of dance. Founder Paul Taylor pioneered modern dance and is one of the iconic choreographers of the 20th century, creating 140 dances since he started the company in 1954. Annmaria Mazzini was a...
  • John Kincaid: How nations can cope with growing separatist movements

    John Kincaid: How nations can cope with growing separatist movements
    The Scots voted 55.3 percent against independence. But to get that vote, U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron promised the Scots more autonomy. He also pledged to maintain the Barnett formula, which awards a higher share of U.K. government spending to...
  • Lafayette College football team seeks better effort after loss to Fordham

    Lafayette College football team seeks better effort after loss to Fordham
    When the Lafayette defense forced Fordham to punt after only three offensive plays Friday night, Tim Vangelas returned the kick 21 yards to the Rams' 38-yard line. But on the first Lafayette offensive play, the same Vangelas was whistled for a holding...
  • Sports TV and radio: Friday's 10/3 log (updated Thursday PM with baseball radio details)

    4:30 a.m.    Tennis: China Open quarterfinals.--Tennis Ch. 8 a.m.    Golf: Alfred Dunhill Links Championship second round(in Scotland).--Golf 9:30 a.m.    Tennis: Japan Open men’s quarterfinal (d.).--Tennis Ch. Noon    Motorsports: NASCAR Nationwide...
  • Lafayette's Shane Black happy to be back after battling injuries last season

    Lafayette's Shane Black happy to be back after battling injuries last season
    The 2013 football season turned out to be a special one for Lafayette College. It ended with a Patriot League championship. It was supposed to be a big one, too, for safety Shane Black. Black was the Leopards' leader in solo tackles in 2012 with 40...
  • Lehigh Gap Nature Center receives an award

    Lehigh Gap Nature Center receives an award
    Dan Kunkle's work at Lehigh Nature Gap Center has been legendary. Through fundraising and grant writing, Kunkle has helped restore a Superfund site, the damaged area on the western side of the Lehigh River across from the old Palmerton zinc company....
  • Gary Williams reflects on enshrinement into Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

    Gary Williams reflects on enshrinement into Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
    SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — The ride from Collingswood, N.J., to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame takes about four hours by car. Fueled by a passion for the game very few possess, a South Jersey gym rat named Gary Williams arrived here in...