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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

Window Scene “The Big One”

Excerpts from an overactive imagination. SCENE: Street corner. There is a block party going on; LORRAINE and ETTA are behind a booth. The sun is setting and other booths are closing. LORRAINE: Who will be the last Julius Street Genius? ETTA: Come and test your knowledge of these facts! LORRAINE: Step right up and prove

Radio for Rwanda a Big Success

The fifth-annual Radio for Rwanda event was a hit this past weekend, bringing in guests from all walks of life at Lawrence to sing, perform instruments, recite poetry, improvise comedy and much more. This event was a collaboration between WLFM, the campus radio station and GlobeMed, a social justice organization dedicated to working for health

Meditations on Music: Jazz Faculty Big Band Concert

Any student in the jazz department is undoubtedly familiar with the faculty jazz combo and its various combinations, but concerts from the big band are a whole lot rarer. Fortunately, though, their talents did not go unheard on Feb. 1 when they performed the music of Dave Rivello, a bandleader and teacher at Eastman. Written

We Like Big Butts (And We Always Have)

It is apparent to any observer of current American culture that the booty (bottom, badonkadonk, butt, derriere, be-hind, backside, buttocks, bum, tush, moneymaker, etc.) is an important aspect (ass-pect) of American sexuality and philosophy. If one has any doubts, they must simply type “butt” into Cosmopolitan’s search bar (obviously the most reputable source around) and

Big Ten Football Is the Best

One of the hardest questions to answer about college athletics is who has the toughest schedule. This often then comes down to what conference a team plays in, since they will face the same eight or nine teams every year. Although Alabama (SEC) remains the number one ranked team (rightfully so) in the nation by

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