Hawk Talk: Seniors on their last Le-Laf


Trevon Sloan ’18

“I don’t care for it all that much. I’m not participating in any of the events this week because I have too much work to do.”




Shanice Marrow ’18

“I’m pretty indifferent about it. (I live) pretty close to Lehigh so I will always be able to come back if I choose, but I’m sad that they began the bonfire a little late in my college career because I really enjoy it. There’s a lot of activities with local businesses. This week, Molly’s invited students to have free mozzarella sticks and chicken tenders with discounted drinks. I’m kind of upset they started that my senior year, but I’m happy we’re building connections with the surrounding community.”


James Waring ’18

“I’m sad its my last Le-Laf. It’s nice having a week dedicated to ripping on Lafayette. As a senior, I live off campus and I see banner after banner. It’s a nice little smile going home.”




Katie Schultz ’18

“I appreciate everyone who is funnier than me and making banners. I’ll be supporting the team by going on Saturday.”





Jean Rymer ’18

“I’m excited for the boys. I want them to win so all my classmates can graduate with their last win. I don’t know if I’ll be attending the game or not, but I do wish my peers all the best.”


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