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Lawrentians join nationwide March for Science

Lawrentians join nationwide March for Science

Sophomore Jessica Robyns holds a sign amidst other demonstrators at Houdini Plaza. Photo by Luke Payne. “Science saves lives!” was heard loud and clear on April 21 in Appleton, a city that participated in the nationwide “March for Science.” The march started at 3:30 p.m. and went until 5 p.m., coinciding with many other marches,

March brings the madness

With April showers arriving, spring has sprung. With this change of season comes the end of the 2016-2017 NCAA basketball season. While many went mad over the men’s division one tournament, results from all three divisions are worthy of note. In the division three women’s tournament, Amherst College came out on top, defeating Tufts in

Leadup to March Madness

To start off, congratulations are in order. The Connecticut Women’s Basketball team has recently won the 101st consecutive game, one of the longest streaks in sports history. Since losing in double overtime to Stanford back in 2014, they’ve been on an absolute tear. Earlier this past week, they snuck past Tulane 63-60, in one of

Lawrentians participate in historic Women’s March on Washington

The Capitol overlooks the Women’s March. Photo by Allegra Taylor   Last Friday, Jan. 20, 39 Lawrence students boarded a bus bound for Washington D.C. The bus traveled overnight in order to reach the city by Saturday morning. This left little time to spare before the start of the Women’s March on Washington. On the

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