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Gender rights and social justice at Lawrence

Among the 9 million lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgendered adults, many have grown up with horrific stories of bullying or harassment by officials or simply not fitting in amongst their peers. Because of this, many who identify as LGBT hide their gender, fearing rejection by society or family. According to the Williams Institute, 40% of

Staff Editorial: An unfortunate truth about networking

By now many Lawrentians, but especially seniors, are beginning to consider the prospect of ditching old jeans for slacks and sharing a cubicle with a disenchanted fifty-something worker in the ‘real world.’ It can be a sobering thought.  Adding to this frustration is the often-necessary process of networking. Presented as a casual chance to simply

Ask a fifth-year: Choose your health over class

Dear Will, I’m too sick to get out of bed! I’m really worried that it’s going to affect my academic work, so I’m considering just getting up the strength and going to class. Any advice? Strep in Sage   Dear Strep, Let me tell you something that not every student or faculty members realizes here

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