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Open Discussion on the Future of GLOW

From left to right: junior Daniel Thomas-Commins, freshman Evan Rosado and junior Ashley Lagrange discuss the implications of disbanning GLOW. Photo by Emily Midyette   For many Lawrence students, having an LGBTQ+ organization on campus is very important because it provides a safe space as well as a voice for the queer community. So when

Administration Response to Immigration Ban

The recent immigration ban has caused great concern since its implementation, and the Lawrence community is no exception. Concerns have only increased since President Donald Trump signed an executive order “Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States,” banning immigrants from seven different majority-Muslim countries. “It can be a real concern and, you

Japanese students celebrate the age of adulthood

Students participate in the traditional Japanese Coming of Age ceremony at International House. Photo by Billy Liu There is no better way to start off the new term than in the company of close friends. Attendees of Waseda’s Japanese Coming of Age ceremony took this sentiment to heart on Jan. 6. The ceremony honored Japanese

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