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LUBC sets up new bike shop

In order to “promote cycling culture”, the first ever on-campus Bike Shop open hours were held by the Lawrence University Bike Club (LUBC) in the basement of Hiett Hall on Saturday, Sept. 30. The open hours will be held every Saturday from 2 – 4 p.m. Junior Jason Lau, co-founder of LUBC and mastermind of

Daniel Lippel kicks off 2017 New Music Series

Daniel Lippel performs in Harper Hall. Photo by Nidi Garcia On Monday, Oct. 2—as the first in this year’s New Music Series line up—Daniel Lippel, a modern marvel guitarist, performed an impressive repertoire in Harper Hall. Lippel has performed all over the world and his repertoire reflected this. The composers had ranging nationalities from Argentinian

History professors introduce new books

Robert S. French Professor of American Studies and Professor of History Jerald Podair speaks about his new book, “City of Dreams: Dodger Stadium and the Birth of Modern Los Angeles.” Photo by Hikari Mine. Associate Professor of History Jake Frederick reads from his latest book, “Spanish Dollars and Sister Republics: The Money that Made Mexico

Lawrence names new vice president for student life

Christopher Card interacts with a Trinity student. Christopher Card had previously worked at Trinity College for nine years. Photo courtesy of Trinity College. On May 4, 2017, President Mark Burstein announced the hiring of a new vice president for student life, Christopher Card. Card is currently the Dean of Students at Trinity College in Hartford,

Staff Editorial: Would new academic policy changes alleviate stress and inequity?

On April 18, the Lawrence administration announced new academic changes for the 2017-18 school year. There is a new maximum amount of units allowed per term for students (excluding Double Degree students) which dropped from 23 to 22 units per term. Students are now allowed to overload once per their four years here at Lawrence

New Spring exhibitions open in Wriston Galleries

Patrons view Tara Bogart’s exhibit, titled “The Burden of my own Immoderation.” Photo by Angelica Hurtado.   This past Friday, March 31, the Wriston Art Galleries unveiled their newest exhibitions. In Leech Gallery, “Selections from the Paper Fox Printmaking Collection,” showcasing prints created by various artists in the Paper Fox Printmaking Workshop on campus; in

PEP takes a new spin on Shakespeare classic

PEP crew members perform ‘Pericles’ in the Wriston Art Galleries. This weekend Prescribed Escape Productions (PEP) performed their version of Shakespeare’s Pericles. The show had something in it for everyone, from pirates to shipwrecks to a family reunion. The cast was excited to share their experience with The Lawrentian of working on the production for

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