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Ancient Science

Ancient Science

Modern Science in the Ancient World Lecture. Photo by Nidi Garcia. On Monday, Oct. 29, members of Lawrence’s STEM faculty presented this year’s Helz Symposium entitled “Scientia Aeterna: Modern Science and the Ancient World.” The event featured six professors who gave mini-lectures on topics drawing from a broad scope of scientific fields and their applications.

The birds and the bees

Bird and Nature Club. Photo by Nidi Garcia. The grassy area behind Sage next to the shuttle parking lot is going through a change. Claire Zimmerman, along with the rest of the Bird and Nature Club, will be breaking ground on a brand new pollinator garden in this area in the near future. When asked

Meditation on campus

The meditation room in Sabin House. Photo by Nidi Garcia. As fall term steadily draws to a close, the cloud of stress which has been constantly hovering over campus threatens to engulf us in a deluge of despair. Once a week, however, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Connie Kassor offers relief from the wear and

Alumni Angle: Jenna Stone ‘00

Jenna Stone ‘00. Photo by Nidi Garcia. As of this year, on-campus jobs have begun to pay students more, and the campus-wide minimum wage has increased to $7.50, as opposed to Wisconsin’s minimum wage of $7.25. Students have Jenna Stone ’00 to thank for helping in the effort to implement this increase in wages. As

A Match Made in Sustainability

The SLUG garden. Photo by Nidi Garcia. Lawrence encourages collaboration in all forms. Whether it be between clubs, students or fields of study, the types of collaborations found on campus are endless. Perhaps one of the longest standing and most successful collaborations here at Lawrence is between Bon Appétit and the Sustainable Lawrence University Garden

Alumni Angle: Terra Winston ‘00

Terra Winston ‘00 in front of Sabin House. Photo by Nidi Garcia. In August, Terra Winston ‘00 returned to the Lawrence campus to fulfill a dream by taking on the position of Associate Dean of Spiritual and Religious Life. Though she had majored in religious studies and minored in philosophy, Winston noted that as a

Spring STEM Day 2018

On Wednesday, May 9, the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics-related (STEM) clubs of Lawrence held a celebration of STEM Day in the Thomas A. Steitz Hall of Science Atrium. Club members had games, food and prizes available for students to enjoy. Photo by Nidi Garcia.

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