Author Archives: Noah Gunther

Matt Glowacki discusses acceptance as a part of Diversify your Mind series

Matt Glowacki discusses acceptance as a part of Diversify your Mind series

 “I don’t bother with matching my socks,” laughed Matt Glowacki last Thursday, October 2, as he lounged in one of the Diversity Center’s armchairs. “It takes too much time.” Sometimes referring to himself as “legless Matt,” Glowacki visited Lawrence to give a lecture called “Diversity According to Family Guy and South Park,” the second in

First Black Affinity Reunion brings past and present students together to discuss future

Last weekend, alumni from decades of graduating classes returned to campus for Lawrence’s first ever Black Affinity Reunion. Arriving on Friday, approximately 40 alumni were invited to attend classes such as “Black, Brown, and Queer on Film” and “African American Writers” before an opening dinner in the campus center. Later in the evening, alumni were

Absent sculpture returns to campus

In early 1999, senior Art History major Benjamin Tilghman wrote an editorial for The Lawrentian lamenting the state of many sculptures on campus. In particular, he pointed to the condition of “Big Yellow,” the sculpture next to the Wriston art center, how “frankly, the sculpture looks bad. The paint has faded or worn away over

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