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Visit Day and Admissions’ Diversity Efforts

Visit Day and Admissions’ Diversity Efforts

Prospective students explore Lawrence on a campus tour. Photo by Larissa Davis On the first day of reading period, Thursday, Oct. 20, even though many Lawrentians were away from campus, Lawrence welcomed many high school students on the first Visit Day of the year. Although prospective students could not attend classes, they still got to

Friends and families enjoy the season during Fall Festival

Students, family and alumni enjoyed campus this weekend while participating in Fall Festival events. See more on page 2. Photo by Allegra Taylor Campus filled with alumni and families of students last Friday, Oct. 14, as Lawrence’s annual Fall Festival kicked off. The eventful weekend is a combination of parents’ weekend and homecoming, and is

Symposium allows students to explore career and major options

Senior Monica Paniagua Montoya talks about her research to interested students at the symposium. Photo by Luke Payne Lawrence University’s first annual Major, Intern and Research Symposium took place on Thursday, Oct. 13, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Warch Campus Center. Sponsored by Career Services, the Dean of Students Office and the

LSO premieres “Folk and Folklore”

The LSO performs under the baton of maestro Mark Dupere in the Lawrence Memorial Chapel. Photo by Angelica Hurtado Friday, Oct. 14 marked the first concert of the year for the Lawrence University Symphony Orchestra (LSO). Additionally, it was their premier performance with Assistant Professor of Music and Director of Orchestral Studies Mark Dupere. Titled

Listening sessions begin as part of diversity and inclusion efforts

Barrett and junior Jamil Fuller discuss diversity initiatives at the most recent listening session. Photo by Allegra Taylor Over the past two weeks, Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion and Associate Dean of the Faculty Kimberly Barrett has held four listening sessions for students and staff with concerns or ideas relating to diversity and inclusion

CCSE looks for grant applications

On Thursday, Oct. 6, an informational meeting was held in the Warch Campus Center Cinema regarding the Council on Community Service and Engagement’s (CCSE) Humanitarian Projects Grant. Junior and current chair of CCSE Anita Li presented the information. The grant is Lawrence-sponsored and available to any student with an idea for a humanitarian aid project

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