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Evolution of The Rabbit Gallery

Evolution of The Rabbit Gallery

On May 13 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., The Rabbit Gallery invited a variety of student artists and audience members to the exhibit’s opening. Located at 215 E. College Ave., the gallery gives an opportunity to both student and local artists to exhibit and sell their own works and develop a close relationship between

Greek Week provides fun for whole campus

Greek Week is an event in which all Greek organizations on Lawrence University’s campus engage in activities together to foster a stronger Panhellenic community and to raise awareness for the charities that the individual organizations support. Sophomore and President of the Lawrence University Panhellenic Council Rachel Taber said, “When planning Greek Week each year, the

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Greek Week, an annual Spring Term event, promotes the different Greek organizations on campus while fundraising for the philanthropies they work with. The week began with Lip Sync, a dance competition between the chapters. As the week progressed, many of the 12 Greek organizations put on individual events including “Too Hot to Handle,” a chicken

“Diversity, Privilege and Leadership”

Eddie Moore, Jr. delivers his presentation in Stansbury Theatre. Photo by Hitkarsh Chanana On Thursday, April 21, in the Stansbury Theatre Director and founder of The Privilege Institute and The National White Privilege Conference, Eddie Moore Jr. delivered a presentation on diversity, privilege, oppression and leadership. The presentation, titled “Diversity, Privilege and Leadership: Are We

Earth Day Celebration turns Lawrence green

Last Saturday, April 23, Lawrentians enjoyed the sunshine outside Main Hall green while participating in fun and earth-friendly activities during the annual Greenfire Earth Day Celebration. This is a part of Greenfire’s mission to educate the Lawrence community about a variety of environmental issues while taking steps to reduce the environmental impact of the campus

Dance, Uncucumbered

Uncucumbered surprised its audience with spontaneous movements and instantaneous connections between the performers. The performance featured Instructor of Dance Margaret Paek, along with her longtime friends and dance partners from New York, Bradley Teal Ellis, Melissa Guerrero, Elise Knudson and Paul Singh performing all together for the first time. A completely improvised piece, Uncucumbered transported

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