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Lawrence University Vikes for life

My fellow seniors and I are officially hanging up our jerseys for good and are packing up our belongings from our lockers for the last time. These actions fill us with a million mixed feelings. I’ve had so many people over the last couple of weeks approach me asking about my emotions regarding being done

Baseball splits with Beloit

Lawrence Vikings baseball brought home a double header split with Beloit this past Saturday, Apr. 27. This double header was the baseball team’s ninth and tenth Midwest conference game. Up to that point, the team had yet to get a win on the conference season. A big second game changed that pattern.  This weekend was

Athlete of the week: Josh Koepplinger

Photo by Caroline Garrow. After 102 games, senior captain Josh Koepplinger has officially closed out his collegiate hockey career. I have had the privilege of watching him play, listening to his hockey stories and reporting his wise words and successes for his four seasons at Lawrence. This last time was definitely no exception. When I

Swimming and diving teams are on to Conference

Saturday, Jan. 26 was the last swim and dive meet for Lawrence as they go into their conference preparation. The team takes a three week training period between their last regular season competition and their Midwest Conference Championships appearance. This best ensures the utmost success for the team as a whole. The Wisconsin Private College

Who are the Champions of Change?

The Champions of Change is a group on campus comprised of a handful of individuals who dedicate their time to making Lawrence a safer and more responsible place in regard to alcohol consumption culture. This group is funded through the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Choices grant, which gives enough monetary support for this group