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Men’s tennis rebounds with upset of UW Eau-Claire

Men’s tennis rebounds with upset of UW Eau-Claire

The Lawrence University men’s tennis team had a weekend of ups and downs, hosting two nonconference teams on two consecutive days at the Fox Valley Racquet Club. The Vikings emerged with a record of 3-2 after falling to UW-La Crosse (5-4) on Friday, Feb. 22 and defeating UW-Eau Claire (4-4) on Saturday Feb. 23. Despite

Photo by Mathias Reed

Senior Project: Cawley and Stein’s “The Dumb Waiter”

On the weekend of the 25th in the Underground Theater, Lawrence students Matt Cawley and Steven Stein thrice performed Harold Pinter’s one-act play “The Dumb Waiter” for their senior project. “After considering many possibilities, I settled on Harold Pinter because of his unique style,” explained Cawley. “Pinter is characterized by long pauses, awkward moments and an

Massive Movement gains prominence on campus

In the middle of October, as students were getting ready for the reading period, Lawrentians received as surprising treat as they were eating dinner and conversing with friends at the Andrew Commons cafeteria. A group of students wearing all black emerged from different areas of the room chanting and jumping and hyping up the crowd

LU Honored for Volunteerism

By Jenny Ziegler, for The Lawrentian On Nov. 15, three Lawrence students will be honored at the annual National Philanthropy Day celebration sponsored by the Northeast Wisconsin Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. The entire student body of Lawrence University was nominated for the River Class Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy Award because of their service