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2017-18 Class Representatives Election Results

Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC) has announced the results for the 2017-18 class representatives election. Voting took place on Tuesday, May 16, and concluded at 8 p.m. The new class representatives for each class are as followed: Class of 2018 Rebecca Albrecht Hitkarsh Chanana Jamil Fuller Oswaldo Gomez   Class of 2019 Ryan Leonard/Kazuma Noguchi

BREAKING: Freshmen and juniors elect representatives in special vote

BREAKING NEWS: Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC) has announced the results of the recently concluded special representative elections. Freshmen Umer Amer and Kazuma Noguchi were elected by their class to serve on LUCC. Meanwhile, the junior class chose Andres Capous and former LUCC Parliamentarian Adam McDonald as its representatives on the council. These individuals will

BREAKING: GLOW releases list of demands, announces in campus center

BREAKING NEWS: The Gay, Lesbian Or Whatever (GLOW) student organization recently released a list of demands.  GLOW has called for greater accessibility to gender-neutral housing, bathrooms and locker rooms. In addition, the students are demanding safe space availability and training, appropriate use of pronouns, discontinuance of deadnaming, and greater facility to change names. Overall, the

The Lawrentian appoints new leadership for 2016-17

The Lawrentian has opened applications for the 2016-17 Editorial Board in anticipation of upcoming leadership changes. After the seniors on the current board met on Sunday, Jan. 31, sophomore Elizabeth Weekes and junior Alex Kurki were appointed editor-in-chief and copy chief, respectively. Weekes previously served as arts and entertainment editor at The Lawrentian. She expressed her excitement to start

BREAKING: Loebl and Rifai bag victories at the LUCC executive elections

The Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC) released the results of the recently concluded executive elections to The Lawrentian. Junior Max Loebl won the presidential election, while junior Jo-Hanna Rifai succeeded in the vice presidential race. A total of 652 and 644 valid votes were cast in the presidential and vice presidential elections respectively. On his victory, Loebl

LUCC announces candidate list for executive elections

BREAKING NEWS: After the deadline for submission of applications and signatures elapsed at 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 14, the Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC) released the final list of candidates for the upcoming executive elections. The candidates for the position of president are juniors Max Loebl and Abedin Rafique. Meanwhile, juniors Elana Lambert, Glenn

2015 commencement honorees announced

Civil Rights activists John Lewis and James Zwerg will be recognized with honorary Doctor of Humane Letter degrees at this year’s commencement ceremony on June 14. Both were members of the original 13 “Freedom Riders,” who rode on the interstate bus from Washington, D.C. to New Orleans in protest of the government’s unwillingness to enforce

Lawrence signs new partnership agreement with UW Colleges

Wednesday morning, Sept. 24, officials from Lawrence University and the University of Wisconsin Colleges gathered for the ceremonial signing of a historic partnership agreement between the two schools. The partnership, which not only includes UWFox, but other University of Wisconsin institutions across the state, is intended to ease the transfer process so students can focus

Lawrence announces historic $25 million endowed gift for financial aid

Emily Zawacki and Nathan Lawrence Editor-in-Chief and Copy Chief In an announcement on Wednesday, September 17, Lawrence University President Mark Burstein released news of an anonymous $25 million gift to the school’s endowment. The largest donation in Lawrence history, its entirety will go toward an endowed scholarship fund to supplement the financial aid of future

LUCC Elects Describe Goals, Plans at Forum

In anticipation of the LUCC executive elections, a forum was held on the evening of Monday, Jan. 20 in the café of the Warch Campus Center. In order to increase student turnout for the election, the three candidates answered questions about their plans for the future of the council and positions on campus issues at

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