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Fierce Drag Show entices crowd

Fierce Drag Show entices crowd

Bryn Wecker (Mathias Reed) Hundreds of students gathered in the Esch-Hurvis room Friday, Feb. 22 as the Drag Show opened with drama. Sophomore Ryan Kottman, under the persona Fredrick Von Tiddlywink, held sophomore Tyler Grasee, as Anita Mann, in a dramatic dip as the show began. Both, along with junior Ariel Garcia, were the emcees

Specht Pages: Concert Etiquette

Kevin Specht   Have you ever been at a concert daydreaming about your capacity to ruin the show for everyone just by yelling or hang gliding? Well, all of us at Specht Pages have as well. Hello, and welcome to the celebratory thirteenth issue of Specht Pages: The true and supreme voice of Lawrence University.

CADY exposes children to liberal arts education

Devin Ross Neal Falletta-Cowden, a sophomore here at Lawrence, is the current President of CADY-Confidence and Determination in Youth, a student organization. A unique group on campus, CADY doesn’t only try to enrich the lives of Lawrentians by expanding their college experience; they also reach out to the surrounding community to demonstrate what a liberal

Professors expand appreciation for ethnic music

Tyler Kundinger What in the world is “world music”? For record companies, perhaps it’s no more than a marketing catch-all, including any traditional music outside the Western world. There are even sub-genres ,like global fusion, world fusion, ethnic fusion and “world beat,” at least according to Wikipedia’s two cents on the topic. Marketable? Yes. But

LUMOS quizzes campus

Rose Nelson As part of London Week, the Lawrence University Magical Organization of Students hosted a Harry Potter Trivia Competition on Tuesday, Feb. 19 in the Hurvis Room in the Warch Campus Center.  The trivia focused on the movies, the books and “real life Harry Potter”.  The trivia contest was divided into three sections. In

Rosen discusses the distraction of technology

Laura Udelson (Katie Crawford) Monday, Feb. 18, Dr. Larry Rosen spoke to a full audience in the Esch-Hurvis room about the effects that overuse of media and technology can have on our moods, attention spans and lifestyles. He also offered suggestions on how to limit use and create better habits. Among other topics, Rosen discussed

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