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A pianist, violinist, and cellist play together masked on a stage.

Fryxell’s junior recital success

Fryxell’s junior recital success

Sarah Wheeler ’06 (left), junior Beth Frycell junior (center), and junior Alex Lewis (right) preform on stage. Photo by Sebastian Evans. Beth Fryxell’s junior year violin recital was held on Saturday, Feb. 6 at 11 a.m. As well as being open to a very limited audience in Harper Hall, the recital was livestreamed. For the

Two musicians, Jackson Peters and Linnea Morris, performing masked and distanced on stage with small audience visible.

SOL Studios hosts open mic

Freshmen Jackson Peters (left) and Linnea Morris (right) perform on stage.   Photo by Pei Robins. This past Friday, Jan. 29, Students of Lawrence (SOL) Studios held an open mic for Lawrence students to perform in front of a limited but lively audience. The student performances ranged from original instrumental pieces to covers of jazz

Masked student doctorates gingerbread house

Modified Winter Carnival celebrated on campus

As part of Winter Carnival, Lawrence students decorate gingerbread houses in the Somerset Room of  the Warch Campus Center on Tuesday, Feb. 2. Photo by Sebastain Evans. Lawrence’s annual Winter Carnival began Monday, Feb. 1 and will conclude on Sunday, Feb. 7 with a celebration of the Superbowl. The Student Organization for University Planning (SOUP)

Computer screen displaying two people and information about contest

57th Annual Great Midwest Trivia Contest held virtually

Trivia Masters seniors Grace Krueger and Finn Witt lead players through this year’s online questions. Photo by Sebastian Evans. This year marked the 57th Annual Great Midwest Trivia Contest. It was held over a period of 50 hours from Friday, Jan. 29 to Sunday, Jan. 31. The competition was streamed through Twitch, and Discord was

Junior Kelsi Bryant re-elected as LUCC President

LUCC President, junior Kelsi Bryant has begun planning for her upcoming term in office. Photo by Pei Robins. After another round of elections, the Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC) has a new president; junior Kelsi Bryant was selected over her opponent, Judicial Board member junior Jessica Toncler. As an incumbent to the position, this was

D&IC re-opens, plans events for Winter Term

The Diversity and Intercultural Center, pictured above, has offically re-opened and is planning several events to take place in Winter Term. Photo by Sebastian Evans. The Diversity and Intercultural Center (D&IC) is planning several events for both on- and off-campus students this term, including a Lunar New Year celebration, opportunities for students to de-stress and

The Great Midwest Trivia Contest explained

You have probably seen posters around campus advertising something called “The Great Midwest Trivia Contest,” and, since no one sees each other anymore and word of mouth is basically impossible nowadays, you are probably, like, what is that? I am here to explain.   The Great Midwest Trivia Contest is the longest running trivia contest in

Subculture on Main: Oryan Brown

O’Ryan Brown stands in the snow-covered SLUG gardens Photo by Dani Massey Subculture on Main strives to raise awareness of the diversity of people and important issues on the Lawrence University campus. Care is taken to give equal platform to unique individuals and to listen to their stories with an open mind. Interviews are reflective

Recruitment begins for Lawrence’s Greek Life organizations

Senior Kelli Quick poses infant of the Kappa Kappa Gamma letters. Photo by Pei Robins Greek Life at Lawrence begins recruitment soon, with formal sorority recruitment kicking off on Jan. 24. Fraternities are in the midst of planning events right now, as are the women’s and men’s music fraternities.  There are several types of Greek

Memorial: Pat Powell

Patricia Powell, age 78, passed away on Tuesday Jan. 4, 2021 at Appleton Medical Center after battling the COVID-19 virus briefly. She was born Nov. 1, 1942 to Henry and Genevieve Bonk. Patricia married Gary Powell on Feb. 9, 1963.  Pat worked at Ariens Manufacturing Company in Brillion, Wisconsin until her retirement. After which, she