Author Archives: Ian Findling

Poetry Reading: Mark Wunderlich

On Thursday evening in the Wriston Art Center, Lawrence University had the pleasure of hosting a public reading conducted by poet Mark Wunderlich. Wunderlich is well renowned in his craft, having published three poetry collections since 1999 as well as many more individual publications of poems, reviews and essays in organizations such as the Paris

Greek, Rome, and the East

Monday evening, students and staff gathered in the Warch Campus Center’s Kraemer Conference Room to witness a series of brilliant mini lectures presented by professors and faculty stemming from various academic departments. Of these, the following gave presentations: Associate Dean of Spiritual and Religious Life Rev. Terra Winston, Assistant Professor of History Brigid Vance, Associate

Christopher Fink public reading

Students and staff had the pleasure of attending a book-reading at Main Hall this past Tuesday with special guest, author and professor of English and Environmental Journalism at Beloit College, Christopher Fink. Fink has been the editor-in-chief of the Beloit Fiction Journal since 2005.  He currently has two published works of fiction, “Farmer’s Almanac” published

This Hobby of Mine – Liam Wood

Hobbies are fundamental aspects of ourselves. They help define who we are as individuals; they are the things we choose to immerse ourselves in with what little free time we have. This column aims to explore the vast range of unique and interesting hobbies and pastimes hidden within the Lawrence community, and to grant insight

This Hobby of Mine — Jacob Deck

Hobbies are fundamental aspects of ourselves. They help define who we are as individuals; they are the things we choose to immerse ourselves in with what little free time we have. This column aims to explore the vast range of unique and interesting hobbies and pastimes hidden within the Lawrence community, and to grant insight

This Hobby of Mine — Nicole Bacher

Hobbies are fundamental aspects of ourselves. They help define who we are as individuals. They are the things we choose to immerse ourselves in with what little free time we have. This column aims to explore the vast range of unique and interesting hobbies and pastimes hidden within the Lawrence community, and grant insight into

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