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Alumni Angle: Jenna Stone ‘00

Jenna Stone ‘00. Photo by Nidi Garcia. As of this year, on-campus jobs have begun to pay students more, and the campus-wide minimum wage has increased to $7.50, as opposed to Wisconsin’s minimum wage of $7.25. Students have Jenna Stone ’00 to thank for helping in the effort to implement this increase in wages. As

Alumni Angle: Kate Allison ‘12

Kate Allison ’12 connects current Lawrentians with former students, creating opportunities for individuals and for the school at large. Having served as an RLA during her years as a student and transitioned into the role of Residence Hall Director for three years following graduation, Allison has made a professional place for herself at Lawrence once

Alumni Angle: Hailey Bomar and Sam Bader ‘18

This year, recent graduates Hailey Bomar and Sam Bader ’18 are staying on at Lawrence to help usher in a fresh generation of Lawrentians. The former students are fulfilling their roles as admissions fellows through the 2018-2019 academic year, and are excited to share their experiences. Bader, an anthropology major, feels that this one-year contract

Alumni Angle: Terra Winston ‘00

Terra Winston ‘00 in front of Sabin House. Photo by Nidi Garcia. In August, Terra Winston ‘00 returned to the Lawrence campus to fulfill a dream by taking on the position of Associate Dean of Spiritual and Religious Life. Though she had majored in religious studies and minored in philosophy, Winston noted that as a

Alumni Angle: Susie Kane ‘72 and David Blowers ‘82

David Blowers ‘82 and Susie Kane ‘72. Photos courtesy of Lawrence University. As Spring Term comes to a close, Susie Kane ’72 prepares to conclude her time as Lawrence University’s Chair of the Board. Effective July 1, 2018, David Blowers ’82 will take the helm, preceded and guided by an influential procession of alumni. Kane

Alumni Angle: Timothy Muldrew ‘04

From currently serving an apprenticeship in a union working on Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning projects in San Diego to serving in the Peace Corps in Zambia, alumnus Timothy Muldrew ’04 has had a wide range of experiences in the world since completing a degree in environmental science and philosophy at Lawrence. Muldrew detailed the work

Alumni Angle: Madeline Bunke ‘14

A playbill from Bunke’s performance in “The Drowsy Chaperone.” Photo by Hannah Burgess. Originally hesitant to follow in the footsteps of her parents and older brother by attending Lawrence University, Madeline Bunke ’14 found herself drawn, nonetheless, to the school. “When I visited, I realized it checked my two most important boxes. It was a

Alumni Angle: Virginia Allen ‘64

Virginia Allen ’64 is an accomplished writer and the embodiment of the “multi-interested” Lawrence student. When Allen first arrived on campus, drawn by what she described as Lawrence’s “informal friendliness,” she expected to go into theater due to her involvement in several productions. However, Allen’s course in life was changed by the encouragement of one

Alumni Angle: Christopher Berger ‘86

Part of what makes Lawrence a remarkable and truly multidisciplinary liberal arts college is its impressive science department. Christopher Berger ’86 is a testament to Lawrence’s ability to help shape scientific advancement through driving its students to future success in their field. Currently a Professor of Molecular Physiology & Biophysics as well as Director of

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