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PAW hosts Puppies and Pizza to educate about service dogs

PAW hosts Puppies and Pizza to educate about service dogs

Fifth-year Alex Quinn petting service dog in-training Willard. In order to educate Lawrence students about service dogs, members of People for Animal Welfare (PAW) hosted an event called “Puppies and Pizza!” in the Diversity Center at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 6. Students were encouraged to attend with free food from Sal’s Pizza as well

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Freshman Class Representatives of LUCC 2019-2020 Hung Nguyen “Being in the LUCC is a great opportunity for me to represent various viewpoints from my peers and bring them to the discussion. The beauty of the LUCC is the diverse pool of people from various backgrounds. My first term being a part of the LUCC is

Meal Plan Changes: An interview with Bon Appetit manager Julie Severance

Changes this year in Lawrence’s main dining hall, Andrew Commons, have provoked reactions from students, including confusion. The Lawrentian spoke to Julie Severance, manager of Lawrence’s Bon Appetit branch, over email to gain clarity on what has changed and why. Bon Appetit is a food service provider that provides for various organizations. Her response was

World News

Hong Kong  The ongoing protests in Hong Kong have continued to rage and, according to police, have put the country in a state of almost total collapse. Recently, a new round of protests erupted near the University of Hong Kong campus. Over 1,000 protesters set up barricades and clashed with police, resulting in tear gas

Culinary cash donations feed fellow Lawrentians

In order to provide an alternate option for students to use any remaining culinary cash, there will now be two donation options offered at the end of the term. Although many students budget their culinary cash so they do not have money remaining, others end the term with a surplus.  Whether a student has three

SLUG potluck dinner celebrates supporters of the garden

I spoke to senior Floréal Crubaugh, President and Garden Manager of the Sustainable Lawrence University Garden (SLUG), on Friday, Nov. 1, in the kitchen of Lawrence’s International House. While we spoke, she stirred a pot of butternut squash mac and cheese that would later be served at that night’s “Fall Harvest Feast” potluck dinner hosted

World News

Saudi Arabia Saudi Aramco, a massive state-owned oil company, has announced its plans to list on a public stock exchange in an effort by the Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman to expand Saudi Arabia’s economy and diminish its dependence on oil. Aramco is estimated to be worth $1.2 trillion and profited $46.9 billion in the

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