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LU Live reacquaints students with university music scene

LU Live reacquaints students with university music scene

B. Lilly performs during LU Live. Photo by Taylor Blackson On Friday, Sept. 15, five bands competed for a cash prize at the LU Live event in Esch-Hurvis Studio. The event took place right after the Activities Fair, as newly arrived Lawrentians were welcomed to campus for the year. The acts competed for 500 dollars

Student panel shares experiences with activism

Student leaders share personal experience in activism. Photo by Luke Payne. On Tuesday, May 16, the Committee on Diversity Affairs (CODA) held its last public event of the school year—a student panel discussing the philosophy of activism. The event was held in the Diversity Center and was well-attended. The discussion was moderated by senior Deepankar

‘Biking with Profs’ strengthens faculty, student relations

For many students, getting to know professors may seem intimidating, even with the casual ‘call-me-by-my-first-name’ teaching style adopted by most Lawrence professors. It can be difficult to break through the wall of academia and see that professors are just people. There are several groups on campus that hold events to get to know professors on

With last week’s win, men’s tennis clinches playoff birth

On Sunday April 23, the Lawrence’s man tennis team (5-3 Midwest Conference) successfully seized fourth place in the Midwest Conference after two games with Ripon College (0-8 MWC) and Lake Forest College (6-2 MWC). The Vikings made a clean 9-0 victory against Ripon College to earn third place. Even a 4-5 loss against Lake Forest

Lawrence participates in nationwide strike with teach-in

Instructor of Music Sumner Truax discusses local activism and civic engagement. Photo by Luke Payne   Teach-in for Democracy, the first event of its kind at Lawrence University, lasted throughout the day, consisting of drop-in sessions and classes, on Friday, Feb. 17. In light of current political turbulence, Lawrence faculty presented half-hour presentations and offered

Lawrence basketball ends season with games against Lake Forest

Before the final men’s basketball game on Saturday, Feb. 18 at Lake Forest College’s home court, both the Lawrence Vikings and the Foresters were 10-7 in the Midwest Conference and tied with Cornell College for third place in the league standings. However, Cornell had successfully seized a victory against Beloit College, pushing Saturday’s game between

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