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CLC launches new Career Communities initiative

Most people would not be surprised to learn that Lawrence is a community of multi-interested learners. In fact, part of what attracts many students to a liberal arts education is the ability to explore many different paths and interests throughout their academic career. However, this presents a unique challenge to the people tasked with helping

World News

Compiled from various mainstream news outlets. Algeria According to a statement published last Tuesday by the state-run Algeria Press Service (APS), Algeria’s 82-year-old president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, has resigned. “President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika has officially notified president of the Constitutional Council of his decision to end his term as President of the Republic,” said

Wind Ensemble concert

The Lawrence University Wind Ensemble performed their only concert for Winter Term on Sunday, Feb. 24 at 3 p.m. in the Lawrence Memorial Chapel. The theme of the concert was “Perspectives” and included works ranging from Mozart to a 2017 piece on the topic of school shootings. The first half of the concert consisted of

History Professor delivers talk in Last Lecture Series

The idea of the Last Lecture Series is that each speaker delivers what they would want their very last lecture to be. Photo by David Baldwin. As part of Mortar Board’s “Last Lecture Series,” the lecture “The Receptive Brings About Sublime Success” was presented by Assistant Professor of History Brigid Vance in Thomas Steitz Hall

C-NAfME hosts Diversifying Music Ed Symposium

In order to provide information on making music education more accessible to all children, the Collegiate National Association for Music Education (C-NAfME) Lawrence University chapter hosted a “Decolonizing and Diversifying Music Education” symposium on Saturday, Feb. 16. The Second Annual C-NAfME Symposium was held from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. in Shattuck 163. The student-organized