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Lawrence International Cabaret celebrates art and culture

Lawrence International Cabaret celebrates art and culture

The Lawrence International (LI) annual Cabaret performance “An Odyssey of Cultures” was held in the Stansbury Theater last weekend. The two showings were held on Saturday, Apr. 6 at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday, Apr. 7 at 3 p.m. Cabaret 2019 featured a celebration of dances, songs, arts and cultures from all over the world in

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Compiled from various mainstream news outlets. Antarctica  European scientists have gotten the go-ahead to begin drilling for an almost three km long ice core, which could give the oldest climate record ever retrieved with a continuous record going back approximately 1.5 million years. The site for the project was announced at the European Geosciences Union

LEDS hosts “Collaboration vs. Cooperation” summit

STEM faculty members and students discussed issues within their community at the summit.Photo by David Baldwin. In order to encourage discussion among students, faculty and staff, Lawrentians Enhancing Diversity in the Sciences (LEDS) hosted a summit titled “Collaboration vs. Competition.” This summit was held in the Esch Hurvis room of the Warch Campus Center at

Photo Feature: Artist-in-residence Mural

Photo by Hannah Burgess Matika Wilbur, the creator and director of Project 562 has been on campus since last Friday for a week-long artist-in-residency. Wilbur’s work has included the creation of a mural on the Buchanan Kiewit Wellness Center celebrating local tribal communities. Wilbur delivered a Convocation on Thursday which will be highlighted in next

LUCC hosts student welfare town hall

On Thursday, Apr. 4, Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC) and the Student Welfare committee hosted a town hall event where students could share their struggles of living at Lawrence. The prompting of the event goes back to earlier this year when a task force was crafted to address many of the problems that plague Lawrence

CLC launches new Career Communities initiative

Most people would not be surprised to learn that Lawrence is a community of multi-interested learners. In fact, part of what attracts many students to a liberal arts education is the ability to explore many different paths and interests throughout their academic career. However, this presents a unique challenge to the people tasked with helping

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Compiled from various mainstream news outlets. Algeria According to a statement published last Tuesday by the state-run Algeria Press Service (APS), Algeria’s 82-year-old president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, has resigned. “President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika has officially notified president of the Constitutional Council of his decision to end his term as President of the Republic,” said

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