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  • Lafayette College men's basketball team drops heartbreaker to American

    Lafayette College men's basketball team drops heartbreaker to American
    When American University called a timeout to set up its final shot, Lafayette had a good idea of where the Eagles would look for offense. The Leopards still couldn't stop the smallest player on the Kirby Sports Center floor. Lafayette forced Pee Wee...
  • Scheuerman helps National team to win

    Scheuerman helps National team to win
    CARSON, Calif. — Lafayette College's Ross Scheuerman did his part to help the National team beat the American squad 17-0 in the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl on Saturday. Scheuerman ended with four carries for 28 yards after his 51-yard sideline scamper...
  • L.V. trivia game inspires some new questions

    L.V. trivia game inspires some new questions
    One of my former colleagues sent me an email the other day about Lehigh Valley Trivia Quest, which went on sale this Christmas season and is a fundraiser for the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce. "Have you seen the new trivia game from the...
  • Lafayette's Ross Scheuerman excited about playing in the Collegiate Bowl

    Lafayette's Ross Scheuerman excited about playing in the Collegiate Bowl
    "It feels a lot like camp," Ross Scheuerman said Thursday night. "It's all about football." The "it" Lafayette College's all-star running back was talking about by telephone on "my first little bit of down time" was the week-long preparation for today's...
  • Lafayette men's basketball team holds off Loyola

    Lafayette men's basketball team holds off Loyola
    Lafayette played most of the first half without one 1,000-point scorer. The Leopards' second 1,000-point man finished the game on the bench after committing his fifth foul. Dan Trist and Seth Hinrichs provided enough offense when on the floor to...
  • Lafayette student seeks kidney

    Lafayette student seeks kidney
    Among the offers for rides home and refrigerators for sale posted in stairwells and on walls at Lafayette College campus, one flier stood out early this winter. "A young leader in our community," it said, "is in desperate need of a kidney." The...
  • Robert J. Massa: Pell Grants not only gauge of college support for low-income students

    Robert J. Massa: Pell Grants not only gauge of college support for low-income students
    The Obama administration recently released a draft framework to help students assess the affordability of colleges and their accessibility to low-income students based, in part, by the number of Pell Grant recipients the institution enrolls. This comes...
  • Nonprofits should pay property tax

    I was astounded by the Your View written by the three mayors from the Lehigh Valley cities. They don't disagree with the idea of extracting money from nonprofit institutions; they just want it to be left to them. I guess instead of placing colleges or...
  • Easton police and community build stronger bond

    Those who gathered Saturday afternoon at the Boys and Girls Club of Easton to continue a community-wide discussion on race and violence may have been coming to the table from all different vantage points, but their message was unified: All lives matter....
  • Philadelphia Eagles, Tom Gamble part ways after just two seasons

    Philadelphia Eagles, Tom Gamble part ways after just two seasons
    With the Philadelphia Eagles, the more things change, the more they stay the same. The Eagles announced in a brief release Wednesday that they and vice president of player personnel Tom Gamble "have agreed to part ways," perhaps a fancy way of saying...
  • Retailers remake Easton

    Retailers remake Easton
    The day after Thanksgiving, on the outskirts of Easton, a frenzied line of shoppers battled for deals on big-screen TVs and DVD players. Downtown, other customers quietly wandered into the Mercantile Home on Northampton Street to browse and buy...