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Sacred Art of the Sea: A mini art exhibition

Sacred Art of the Sea: A mini art exhibition

Junior Meralis Álvarez-Morales began researching for her mini art exhibition Sacred Art of the Sea. Photo by Sarah Elise Navy. At the beginning of fall term this academic year, junior Meralis Álvarez-Morales started research on her mini art exhibition, Sacred Art of the Sea, with no information on the artists and their work in relation

New activist organization, Lawrence University Students for a Democratic Society, forms on campus

A member of LU-SDS passes out flyers for their cause at a mutual aid event on April 3. Photo by Sarah Elise Navy. Lawrence University Students for a Democratic Society, or the LU-SDS, is a newly formed student-led organization dedicated to the support of progressive and or revolutionary change in the world. Their platform includes

Student Spotlight: Meralis Alvarez-Morales

Photo by Sarah Elise Navy Lawrence junior Meralis Alvarez-Morales is a passionate and talented artist, scholar, performer and advocate who has much to share about the influence of Puerto Rican culture and her ancestors on her philosophy towards art. A global studies major on the arts and exchange track, this summer she partnered with the

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