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Art Collections bring history, culture to Lawrence

Art Collections bring history, culture to Lawrence

Rare collection of bound manuscripts owned by Ann Sullivan Nelson M-D’41 in the Wriston Art Collection. Photo by Hannah Burgess Behind the glass doors of Wriston 227 lies a veritable treasure trove of resources for Lawrence University students. The Art Collection, curated by Adjunct Assistant Professor of Art History, Curator of the Wriston Art Center

The Lawrence Passion Project: Dalia Khattab

Senior biology, international relations and French major Dalia Khattab on the bridge in the Steitz Atrium. Photo by David Baldwin This column intends to find out what it means to be empathetic, strive for understanding and to document fulfillment in action by having conversations with students working on Senior Experience Projects at Lawrence on how

Lawrence University Symphony Orchestra’s “Visions of Grandeur”

LSO stands as they are applauded in the Lawrence Memorial Chapel. Photo by Taylor Blackson Lawrence University Symphony Orchestra (LSO) held their concert, “Visions of Grandeur,” on Sunday, Oct. 8 in the Lawrence University Memorial Chapel. This was the orchestra’s first performance since the start of the 2017-18 academic year. Conducted by Assistant Professor of

Lawrence takes steps towards student safety

New surveillance camera installed on the cross walk signs on College Avenue. Photo by Hannah Burgess Many students on campus are all too familiar with incidents involving rude catcalls or slurs from cars driving by the College Avenue crosswalks. The Lawrence administration, constantly working towards creating a safer campus, has recently installed security cameras in

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

Letter to the Editor: I will not graduate from Lawrence, I will have overcome it

Lawrence University is an institution rooted in white supremacy. The message sent to students of color has repeatedly been an overwhelming “you do not belong here,” and while there were strides made to fix the racist orthodoxy of this campus, events this past week reminds us of the historical and structural oppression that is grafted

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