Chicken sandwich and a convo to go?

Mike Morse

This school year, Lawrence will be continuing its sponsorship of the longstanding informative luncheon lecture series known as “Lunch At Lawrence.” According to information posted on Lawrence’s website at, the series has been running successfully for over 20 years, providing an “informal opportunity to hear from a diverse group of Lawrence faculty and distinguished visitors on a wide range of issues and topics.”

Speakers from the 2002-2003 season included Lawrence’s own Paul Cohen, professor of history, and university librarian Susan Richards.

In the past, lecture topics have carried a surprising amount of diversity, ranging from the relationship between history and film to the deregulation of corporate America.

Though Lawrence is no longer offering subscriptions for the entire luncheon season, those interested in attending may be happy to know that the price of admission is an understandable $10, and that, while reservations must be made in advance, payment can be made at the door.

All lunches will be held on Fridays at 12 p.m. in the Lucinda’s dining hall located in Colman Hall.

For further information about placing your own reservation, call ext. 7689 or e-mail