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Bart Boge’s “Regarding Tiberius” shared at Mudd Library signing

Bart Boge’s “Regarding Tiberius” shared at Mudd Library signing

On Thursday, Jan. 21, author, alumnus and Lawrence University Campus Safety Officer Bartholomew Boge ‘95 discussed his novel “Regarding Tiberius,” a work of historical fiction that takes place in ancient Rome and explores the question of redemption. Boge’s editor Rae Haeberle opened the talk by describing his book as “annoyingly thought-provoking” and characterizing his writing

Habitat for Humanity, Sankofa collaborate for Shack-a-thon

“No ‘boo’s because you’re short or because your feet are too small,” said junior and Sankofa house Residence Life Manager Tierra Masupha as she started the first installation of Sankofa Open Session (SOS). SOS began as an incentive to facilitate an open forum on campus. Sophomore Louis Weissert, creator of the project, was inspired by

Lawrence alumni return to share experiences for Career Conference

By Ruby Dickson On Saturday, April 18, Lawrence’s Career Services department, in conjunction with the Office of Alumni and Constituency Engagement held a Career Conference through the Lawrence Scholars in Business program. The event was primarily organized by Dean of Career Services Mary Meany and Associate Vice President of Alumni and Constituency Engagement Mark Breseman.

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