One of the most massive parties to hit Lawrence in recent memory will go down this Friday, May 14. The party, called “Rock Out With Your Block Out,” is sponsored by all the formal group houses on East John Street, including the Co-op, the YUAIs, ORC, Beta Theta Pi, and Sigma Phi Epsilon.”Rock Out” will feature food and more live music than you can shake a stick at, all beginning at 6 p.m. At 11 the party will move inside, where the music will continue. Food will be provided by Downer, which means you need to sign up ahead of time to eat there. Beer, on the other hand, will be provided for $1 to students with appropriate identification. Obviously, the party will be held on East John Street, between the Co-op and the Beta house. Make sure you are around at 10 p.m. to hear Lawrence’s own award-winning rapper, Noah Wark, perform. New Music on Sundays
This once-a-term concert is the latest endeavor by the Lawrence Theory/Composition department to create an opportunity for both student and faculty composers to have their pieces performed. The concert will host works by students Graham Hand, David Werfelmann, Burbu Goker, Julia Callander, Joe Rodenbeck, Erik Schoster, Ben Klien, and faculty member Robert Levy.