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Burstein signs amicus curiae supporting “Dreamers”

In protest of the Trump administration’s recent action on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy, Lawrence University has signed an amicus brief along with more than 50 other U.S. universities. DACA was a federal government program created under the Obama administration in 2012. It was intended for people who had been brought to

2017-18 Class Representatives Election Results

Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC) has announced the results for the 2017-18 class representatives election. Voting took place on Tuesday, May 16, and concluded at 8 p.m. The new class representatives for each class are as followed: Class of 2018 Rebecca Albrecht Hitkarsh Chanana Jamil Fuller Oswaldo Gomez   Class of 2019 Ryan Leonard/Kazuma Noguchi

World News

Compiled by Stephanie Meyer Mediterranean On Sunday, Nov. 5, 26 deceased teenage girls were recovered from the Mediterranean Sea. They are believed to have been from Niger and Nigeria and to have departed from Libya with goals of reaching Europe to find refuge. Their bodies were found close to a battered, unsound rubber dinghy. When

Features

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

Opinions and Editorials

Staff Editorial: 365 with Trump

Wednesday, Nov. 8 marked one year since Donald Trump was elected to be president of the United States. As one of the most controversial politicians in modern America, the world has looked on skeptically as Trump assumed the role of ‘Most Powerful Man on Earth.’ That skepticism shows in Trump’s current approval rating, which, according

Arts & Entertainment

Meditations on Music: Mike Gans

There is a good chance you have heard of Mike Gans. And if you have, there is a good chance he and his art have confused you at some point, or still do. Even after talking to him about his art, primarily music, for this column, I can unabashedly say that I am still trying

Sports

Women’s Basketball Preview

The Lawrence University women’s basketball team has been working hard in practice as the start of their season quickly approaches. Last season, the team got off to a strong start winning their first two games, but they struggled down the stretch and finished with 2-21 record. They failed to win a conference game, going 0-18

Variety

Lawrentian Gothic “Never Underestimate a Good Night’s Rest”

Finals week is coming up, and you have approximately 30 hours of work to do. It’s been about five days since you’ve gotten a good night’s rest, and you are convinced you are vibrating. You should probably get some sleep, but you know better. You can stick it out until winter break, otherwise known as

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Burstein signs amicus curiae supporting “Dreamers”

In protest of the Trump administration’s recent action on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy, Lawrence University has signed an amicus brief along with more than 50 other U.S. universities. DACA was a federal government program created under the Obama administration in 2012. It was intended for people who had been brought to

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