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LU Reads

In an effort to bring students, faculty and staff together during the cold winter months, four faculty members have come together to create LU Reads, a weekly Zoom meeting open to all to come together and listen to read-alouds of children’s books. This event is the brainchild of Reference Librarian and Instruction Coordinator Gretchen Revie;

Human Trafficking Prevention Month

January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. While the prevention of slavery and human trafficking is and should be an issue of great importance all year long, the month is an opportunity to bring the issues to light, raise awareness and acknowledge those who have been or are currently enslaved and those who

The Sustainability Section

 The Sustainability Steering Committee is a group on campus that is devoted to creating more sustainable practices at Lawrence. This column highlights some of their recent initiatives in order to educate students on sustainable options and plans available to them. The Sustainability Steering Committee is wrapping up its initiatives for this term but is looking

The Sustainability Section: Vegan Mondays

     The Sustainability Steering Committee is a group on campus that is devoted to creating more sustainable practices at Lawrence. This column highlights some of their recent initiatives in order to educate students on sustainable options and plans available to them. Many people have heard of and even implemented “meatless Mondays” each week, where,

The Sustainability Section: On campus pandemic waste

The Sustainability Steering Committee is a group on campus that is devoted to creating more sustainable practices at Lawrence. This column highlights some of their recent initiatives in order to educate students on sustainable options and plans available to them. The Sustainability Steering Committee, co-chaired by Sustainability and Special Projects Fellow Grace Subat and Professor

World News

Compiled by Dannielle Konz Spain In Catalonia on Sunday, Oct. 1, almost 900 people were hurt as authorities attempted to stop a controversial independence referendum from going forward. Voters showed overwhelming support for a secession from Spain, but Spain’s top court banned the vote. Officers from the national police and Civil Guard confiscated ballot papers

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