What’s in your bag?

This week, we took a peek into some Lawrentians’ bags to see some of the absolute must-haves, the essentials, the forgotten and the ridiculous.

“I was going to give it to someone and then I chickened out,” said senior Josie Harris, holding a message in a bottle.

“I was going to give it to someone and then I chickened out,” said senior Josie Harris, holding a message in a bottle.

“I brought it back with me when I got home,” said sophomore Anmol Gupta, holding a three pack of razors.

“I brought it back with me when I got home,” said sophomore Anmol Gupta, holding a three pack of razors.

“I always have some with me. Ever since junior year of high school,” said freshman Clover Austin-Muehleck, holding a small jar of cocunut oil.

“I always have some with me. Ever since junior year of high school,” said freshman Clover Austin-Muehleck, holding a small jar of cocunut oil.

“It’s easier than getting a papertowel,” said freshman Briana Faulkes, holding Huggies baby wipes.

“It’s easier than getting a papertowel,” said freshman Briana Faulkes, holding Huggies baby wipes.

“My sister brought it back for me from Ireland. I keep it in my backpack,” said freshman Jonathon Rubin, holding an Irish coin encased in a small stone.

“My sister brought it back for me from Ireland. I keep it in my backpack,” said freshman Jonathon Rubin, holding an Irish coin encased in a small stone.

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