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LUBC sets up new bike shop

In order to “promote cycling culture”, the first ever on-campus Bike Shop open hours were held by the Lawrence University Bike Club (LUBC) in the basement of Hiett Hall on Saturday, Sept. 30. The open hours will be held every Saturday from 2 – 4 p.m. Junior Jason Lau, co-founder of LUBC and mastermind of

Urness and Van De Loo team up to deliver incredible performance

Mark Urness on bass and Mary Van De Loo on piano in Harper Hall. Photo by Taylor Blackson On Sunday, Sept. 24, Associate Professor of Music and bassist Mark Urness collaborated with Instructor of Music and pianist Mary Van De Loo to perform a recital. Harper Hall was nearly packed with eager attendees and printed

Welsh folk group Calan lights up Harper Hall

Calan performs in Harper Hall as a part of the World Music Series. Photo by Angelica Hurtado On Monday night, September 18, Lawrence University hosted the first World Music Series Concert of the 2017-2018 academic year. At 8 p.m., Stansbury Theatre was packed with audience members eager to hear Calan. Calan is a Welsh folk

SLUG gears up for Spring

  The Sustainable Lawrence University Gardens (SLUG) has been a critical part of the campus community since its conception twelve years ago. Members of SLUG leave one big, green thumbprint on the everyday workings of the campus, from providing produce for Andrew Commons, the occasional honey sales and other popular house events such as Bread

Ultimate Frisbee soaks up some sun at Myrtle Beach

Over spring break, the Lawrence University Ultimate Frisbee team made its annual pilgrimage to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The team competed in the High Tide Ultimate spring break tournament, and spent time training and bonding as a team. In the tournament, the Vikings faced teams from all over the country, including teams from Princeton, UW-

Sofar Sounds shakes up Appleton

Sofar Sounds is a music experience that started in London in 2010. Departing from a traditional concert setting, where concert venues are large, loud, and chaotic, Sofar Sounds offers a more intimate experience than a typical concert. It’s a musical opportunity that fosters greater respect for musicians. This is facilitated through upholding a standard of

Sustainable China Program gears up for 2017

Sustainable China participants at the entrance of Hongfu Temple in Guiyang, Guizhou, China. Photo courtesy of Rachel Crowl   The Sustainable China program will be making a comeback in Dec. 2017 after a successful Dec. 2015 trip. Described as a “traveling classroom,” “the main goal Sustainable China has is to connect those readings from [pre-requisite

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