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People of Color Empowerment Week Revived

Junior Bernard Lilly, junior Malik Graham, freshman De Andre King, freshman Brandon Polanco and junior Alonzo Jackson serenade the audience at the Cultural Expressions show on Saturday, Feb. 2. Photo by Billy Liu   Feb. 19–24 marked the first People of Color Empowerment Week in two years, led by senior Tatiyana Jenkins, co-chair of All

Lawrence University student arrested on felony charges

In an email to the Lawrence University community on Thursday, March 17, Vice President for Student Affairs Nancy Truesdell wrote that a Lawrence student was arrested on March 15 as part of a “felony criminal investigation.” She relayed assurances from the Appleton Police Department that the campus community is not endangered by the felony charge

Features

PEP takes a new spin on Shakespeare classic

PEP crew members perform ‘Pericles’ in the Wriston Art Galleries. This weekend Prescribed Escape Productions (PEP) performed their version of Shakespeare’s Pericles. The show had something in it for everyone, from pirates to shipwrecks to a family reunion. The cast was excited to share their experience with The Lawrentian of working on the production for

Arts & Entertainment

Meditations On Music: Gerald Clayton Trio

Pianist Gerald Clayton performed the 2016-17 Jazz Series’ third concert this past Friday, Feb. 24. Joined by his trio of bassist Bob Hurst and drummer Eric Harland, the concert also featured tenor saxophonist Dayna Stephens, who played with them during the whole concert. Before the show, the quartet minus Harland did an insightful Q&A, discussing

Sports

Conference Championships Results: Track

This past weekend Lawrence’s Indoor Track team went to Jacksonville, Ill. to compete in the Midwest Conference Championships. The meet was hosted by Illinois College. The first day of the meet included many strong performances for the Lawrence Women. Junior Hannah Kinzer won all conference honors in the women’s 5000 with a third place score

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LU Teach-in for Democracy

This Friday, Feb. 17, Lawrentians will have an exciting learning field day to look forward to. A collaborative effort by a large groups of faculty members, LU Teach-in for Democracy day will be a full day of multi-disciplinary discussions and learning about democracy, civic engagement, social justice, politics, and the multitude of perspectives of these

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