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The Mudd and Me: The Makerspace

The Mudd and Me: The Makerspace

Reference and Web Services Librarian Angela Vanden Elzen helps a strudent use the 3D Printer in the Makerspace, located on on the first floor of the Seeley G. Mudd Library. Photos By Larissa Davis This column is intended to inform students and other members of the Lawrence community about the resources and events that are

Haunted Lawrence Tour enjoys decade of success

Junior and Student Assistant to the Archives Carolyn Ford holding a plaster cast of the face of former Lawrence president Samuel Plantz during Haunted Lawrence Presentation in the Seeley G. Mudd Library. Photo by Larissa Davis   On Thursday Oct. 26, a group of about 30 students huddled in the Seeley G. Mudd Library’s Milwaukee-Downer

The Mudd and Me: Rooms and Resources

This column is intended to inform students and other members of the Lawrence community about the resources and events that are offered at the Seeley G. Mudd Library. This is a source for little-known library facts, staff spotlights and investigations into the archives of Lawrence and Milwaukee-Downer College.   Scrambling to print a paper in

English Department brings poet, author to Lawrence

Poet Derrick Austin performs poems “Trouble the Water” and some brand-new work in the Wriston Art Galleries. Photo by Hannah Burgess. This past week, the Lawrence University English Department hosted a number of events open to the general public. On Oct. 11, poet Derrick Austin gave a reading to a packed room at the Wriston

Art Collections bring history, culture to Lawrence

Rare collection of bound manuscripts owned by Ann Sullivan Nelson M-D’41 in the Wriston Art Collection. Photo by Hannah Burgess Behind the glass doors of Wriston 227 lies a veritable treasure trove of resources for Lawrence University students. The Art Collection, curated by Adjunct Assistant Professor of Art History, Curator of the Wriston Art Center

Lawrence takes steps towards student safety

New surveillance camera installed on the cross walk signs on College Avenue. Photo by Hannah Burgess Many students on campus are all too familiar with incidents involving rude catcalls or slurs from cars driving by the College Avenue crosswalks. The Lawrence administration, constantly working towards creating a safer campus, has recently installed security cameras in

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