Author Archives: Caleb Yuan

PAO to host series of events celebrating AAPI History Month throughout May

Starting on April 29 and going until May 27, Lawrence’s Pan Asian Organization (PAO) will be hosting a series of virtual events via Zoom to celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month. These events aim to bring awareness to the contributions and influences that Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Americans have brought to

Campus protest demands mininimum wage bump

A “Raise the Wage” sign displayed across from Warch Campus Center. Photo by Sarah Navy. A Student Worker Demonstration “Pay Us 15!” was held by Student Liberation Front (SLF), Sunrise Appleton and Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) on April 16 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. near the Warch Campus Center. This event called for

Student Organizations Prepare for Earth Day, Including “Earth Hour”

Illustration by Clare Conteh-Morgan. As the April 22 celebration of Earth Day approaches, student organizations at Lawrence will be hosting a series of events during the Earth Weekend from April 22 to April 24. The events aim to address the rising issue of climate change and contribute towards a healthy and sustainable lifestyle within the

Spring sports to compete in-person

Following the Midwest Conference’s (MWC) announcement regarding the resumption of spring sports, the Lawrence Vikings will compete in baseball, softball and track and field in the spring sports’ season, while men’s and women’s tennis will not compete this season due to many student-athletes being away from campus.  According to MWC’s announcement on Feb. 19, competitions

Career Center to Host “Workforce 2021” Fair Virtually on Thursday

The 30th annual “WorkForce 2021: Jobs, Internships & Graduate Schools Fair” will be held virtually via Handshake on Thursday, March 4, from 3 p.m. – 7 p.m. The event, sponsored by the Career Center and Wisconsin Independent Private College Consortium (WIPCCC), aims to provide opportunities for students and alumni at Wisconsin Private Colleges, University of

Inequity Report pushes LUCC to adjust funding policies

Following an internal funding review from the past academic year, the Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC) is working to address inequities in the funding of student organizations on campus. LUCC has begun its attempt to establish equitable funding policies for all of the student body.  According to junior Jason Bernheimer, the Vice Chair of the

Author Laymon delivers University Convocation

The University Convocation, “The Radical Possibility and Democratic Necessity of Navel-Gazing,” was held virtually by the Public Events Committee on Monday, Jan. 28. Kiese Laymon, Hubert H. McAlexander Professor of English and Creative Writing at the University of Mississippi and the author of the book, “Heavy: An American Memoir,” spoke at the event about his