Author Archives: Lauren Woodzicka

Student Recital: Alison Gauvreau

Junior Alison Gauvreau performed her junior recital on May 12 in Harper Hall. Photo by Alana Melvin. Alison Gauvreau performed her junior flute recital in Harper Hall on May 12 for a primarily virtual audience. Her program consisted of three pieces, which highlighted her range as a musician. The works were all contemporary pieces that

Student Recital: Juan Hernandez

Junior Juan Hernandez performed his junior recital on Apr. 24 in the Lawrence Memorial Chapel. Photo by Alana Melvin. Juan Hernandez performed his junior recital in the chapel on Saturday, April 24, for a mixed in-person and virtual audience. The chapel was able to hold fifty socially distanced guests, and a livestream was recorded for

Artist Talk: Bad Pictures of Bad Subjects

On April 20, Lyle Rexer of the School of Visual Arts virtually visited Lawrence University students and faculty to speak about the “de-skilling and re-skilling of photography.” Rexer’s topic, “Bad Pictures of Bad Subjects,” focused on the complexities of images that appear “bad” or mundane, as well as their effect on popular culture and the

Group of musicians hold their trombones on their heads like hats and pose for a photo.

Group Spotlight: Trombone Studio

2019-2020 Trombone Studio. Not pictured: Juniors Molly Ruffing and Kate James. Freshmen members for the 2020-2021 studio: Caelen Hubred, Leah Kukman and Sam Johnson. The trombone studio is working hard to stay connected despite the many changes that have occurred since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. I spoke to junior Mikayla Frank-Martin and sophomore