Author Archives: Molly Ruffing

LU alumnus returns to discuss intersectionality in psychology

In order to “reflect on what intersectionality means for psychology and how it can be integrated,” Lawrence alumnus, Alex Ajayi ‘12, delivered a talk titled “Intersectionality with Psychology: Identity, Social Stress and Well-Being.” This talk occurred at 4:30 p.m. on May 9, in the Steitz Hall of Science Room 102. Ajayi is currently an Assistant

An Evening of Poetry with Kiki Petrosino

A copy of Petrosino’s book of poetry, Witch Wife, signed by the poet.  Photo by Larissa Davis. On Apr. 25, visiting poet Kiki Petrosino read from her books of poetry at 7 p.m. in the Wriston Art Galleries. Prior to the readings, Assistant Professor of English Melissa Range first introduced Petrosino and read the Lawrence

LEDS hosts “Collaboration vs. Cooperation” summit

STEM faculty members and students discussed issues within their community at the summit.Photo by David Baldwin. In order to encourage discussion among students, faculty and staff, Lawrentians Enhancing Diversity in the Sciences (LEDS) hosted a summit titled “Collaboration vs. Competition.” This summit was held in the Esch Hurvis room of the Warch Campus Center at

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