Author Archives: Elijah Kuhaupt

Comedian engages campus

On Friday, Jan. 20, the Event Planning and Organizing Committee (EPOC) brought comedian Chloé Hilliard from her native New York to perform her new stand-up material for students as she tours across the United States performing at colleges. To bring Hilliard to campus, EPOC representatives visited the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) conference last

Guest Flute Recital

I had the pleasure of attending the guest flute recital on Monday, Oct. 31, given by Rebecca Johnson, renowned flutist and professor at Eastern Illinois University. I was incredibly interested in the concert before going, and I also had lots of questions. Flute repertoire is so expansive, so I was unsure what I would be

Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble present “Foundation”

On Saturday, October 15, Lawrence University’s Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble performed in their first concert of the year. The concert was appropriately titled “Foundation” and showcased the two premiere bands at Lawrence playing several touching and mesmerizing works. Symphonic Band, conducted by Assistant Professor of Music Education and Associate Director of Bands Matthew Arau

“Inside” Native American Tradition

James E. Cunningham, Ph.D. lectures about Native American cultural traditions in Harper Hall. Photo by Kiran Mufty On Monday, Oct. 10, James E. Cunningham, Ph.D. gave a talk on pop music and how it relates to tradition in Native American culture. While Cunningham’s delayed flight prevented him from speaking the previous Monday, rescheduling the lecture

Trumpet recital presents “mostly French” program

On Sunday, Sept. 25, Associate Professor of Music and Teacher of Trumpet John Daniel took the Lawrence Memorial Chapel stage with collaborative pianist Nick Towns to a flurry of applause. Immediately, Daniel began to speak about the “mostly French” program. While at one point Daniel’s faculty recital was to be filled with music by all