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Men’s soccer team breezes by Beloit with 4-0 win

Men’s soccer team breezes by Beloit with 4-0 win

The Lawrence University men’s soccer team (5-6-1, 3-2-0 MWC) successfully recovered from last week’s funk to break their two-game losing streak. Coming off tough losses to Carroll University and Edgewood College, the Vikings traveled to Beloit College (0-10-1, 0-4-0 MWC) on Saturday, Oct. 12, where they soundly outscored the Buccaneers to earn a 4-0 Midwest

Habitat for Humanity hosts film screening, Shack-a-Thon

On Saturday, Oct. 12, students gathered on Main Hall Green to build makeshift shacks in Lawrence University’s annual Shack-a-Thon. This year’s Shack-a-Thon raised more money than the past two years combined because of the large number of participating teams and the new additions to the event this year. Shack-a-Thon is put on by the Habitat

Campus mourns the death of former President Rik Warch

Richard Warch, Lawrence’s 14th president, recently passed away after a long battle with cancer, leaving behind a distinguished legacy at the university. According to the official press release from Lawrence, Warch’s 25-year term as president made him the university’s second-longest serving president after Samuel Plantz, who served for 30 years. Over 20,000 of Lawrence’s living

Hurvis Center debuts new, high tech film studio

We’ve all watched with interest and anticipation this past year as the Hurvis Center, formerly Downer Commons, was reworked and constructed before us. However, until returning this fall, many of us had no idea what was to be housed in the newly renovated building. While one side of the building consists of Admissions, Career Services