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Campus engages in open discussion of terrorism

On Thursday, Feb. 23, the group Political Open Discussion (POD) had a panel in the Cinema of the Warch Campus Center at 8 p.m. The topic of discussion was terrorism. The four panelists, including the co-president of the group, junior Logan Kilsdonk, presented research they did concerning pre-written questions. The panel discussed the idea that

World News

Compiled by Britt Beerman New Zealand A puzzling conundrum for scientists: New Zealand’s glaciers are growing, while the rest of the world’s are shrinking. The glaciers have been growing for over 25 years, for reasons still unknown, but new research shows cooling temperatures in the South Pacific specific to the climate variability in New Zealand’s

Cerebral Celebration explores the sciences

Lawrentians experiment with telekinesis at the science colloquium. Photo by Emily Midyette   On Friday, Feb. 3, at 6:30 p.m. the annual Science Colloquium, titled the “Cerebral Celebration,” was held in the Esch Hurvis Studio in the Warch Campus Center. There were eight to ten booths, each representing a different branch of science: electromagnetism, physics,

Bridging the Divide

Held on Friday afternoon of Jan. 13, the Community Conversation on Political Common Ground discussed the difficult and contentious topic of politics in Esch Hurvis Studio on the second floor of the Warch Campus Center. The majority of the three-hour long meeting consisted of two groups sharing their points of view and stories. These varying