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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

Campus engages in open discussion of terrorism

On Thursday, Feb. 23, the group Political Open Discussion (POD) had a panel in the Cinema of the Warch Campus Center at 8 p.m. The topic of discussion was terrorism. The four panelists, including the co-president of the group, junior Logan Kilsdonk, presented research they did concerning pre-written questions. The panel discussed the idea that

Open Discussion on the Future of GLOW

From left to right: junior Daniel Thomas-Commins, freshman Evan Rosado and junior Ashley Lagrange discuss the implications of disbanning GLOW. Photo by Emily Midyette   For many Lawrence students, having an LGBTQ+ organization on campus is very important because it provides a safe space as well as a voice for the queer community. So when

Meet Report: Pioneer Open

This past Saturday, the Lawrence University Track and Field Team travelled to Platteville, Wis. to compete in the UW-Platteville Pioneer Open. Despite the rough training and injuries that have plagued some members of the team, there were still several notable performances around the team and improvements throughout the field. Both of the 4×200 meter relay

Lawrence Fencing performs well at Badger Open

Last week the Lawrence Fencing team began their season with the Badger open at the University of Wisconsin. Both the men’s and women’s teams came out focused and ready to win. The lady Vikings completely ransacked their opponents, winning 4-0 versus the Big Ten institutions. They defeated Wisconsin 10-8, 16-2 against Iowa, and had dramatic

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