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Bump, set and spike, Lawrence volleyball wins big

Senior Colleen Nowlan celebrates after winning a point. Photo courtesy of Lawrence Athletics After losing eight straight games, the Lawrence University volleyball team was finally able to right the ship on Saturday, Sept. 16, the second day of the Red Hawk Invitational hosted by Ripon College. The Lady Vikes started the day off with a

Sage Advice: The Dos and Don’ts of On-Campus Eating

The culinary options at Lawrence can sometimes be difficult to navigate, especially as an incoming student who is new to Bon Appetit. Variety Editor Claire Zimmerman and Features Editor Andrew Brown offer some wisdom to help anyone who may be struggling. DOs Pick a Table in the Commons before getting food. The eating area fills

Convocation honors students and faculty

Professor of History and Patricia Hamar Boldt Professor of Liberal Studies Paul Cohen delivered the lecture. Photo by Luke Payne. Lawrence University held its annual Honors Convocation on May 23, 2017 from 11:10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Memorial Chapel. Professor of History and Patricia Hamar Boldt Professor of Liberal Studies Paul Cohen gave

Letters to the Editor: Snowflakes and Nazis: A Personal Commentary on Recent Events

At this point, I cannot hope to persuade anyone of anything. Views were cemented early on, and have only been further entrenched. Persuasion, however, is not my intention. I aim merely to introduce another perspective. I question the usefulness of this, when the quagmire of opinion is already neck deep. Yet, the community shows no

Joel Fan and Wen-Lei Gu give impressive performance

Pianist Joel Fan completed his undergraduate studies at Harvard University and his graduate studies at Johns Hopkins University. He has performed with many notable ensembles, such as the Silk Road Ensemble and the New York Philharmonic, and at various notable venues around the world, including Carnegie Hall in New York and the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam.

Letter to the editor: A drunk guy verbally assaulted me and somehow I was the one thrown out of the free speech event for speaking my mind

Last night, I went to a sloppy white supremacist propaganda screening veiled as a forum for ‘free speech and logical thought.’ As it was advertised, it became immediately clear that this was a hotbed for rape jokes, racial and gender slurs. Without any regard for content warnings, these white terrorists on training wheels began their

Sixth Annual Latin American and Spanish Film Festival

Director Arí Maniel Cruz holds a Q&A on his film “Before the Rooster Crows.” Photos by Emily Midyette. To showcase the best Latin American and Spanish films of the season, the Lawrence University Latin American and Spanish Film Festival (LULASFF) continued for its sixth year. Curated and organized by Associate Professor of Spanish Rosa Tapia

Renowned duo performs mix of traditional and contemporary Indian music

Zakir Hussain and Rahul Sharma perform in the Lawrence Memorial Chapel. Photo by Angelica Hurtado. On Wednesday, April 26, members of the Lawrence University and Appleton communities gathered in the Lawrence Memorial Chapel for the fourth concert in the 2016-17 World Music Series. An internationally renowned duo, Zakir Hussain and Rahul Sharma, gave a concert

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