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Staff Editorial: Cameras for a Safer Campus

Last Thursday, Vice President for Student Life Christopher Card sent out a campus-wide email about a bias incident reported in which a swastika was put on a student’s name sign in Hiett Hall. This email was followed by a campus wide condemnation of the incident and inquiry to determine the possible perpetrators. What differentiated this

A Callout on Allyship, A Long Time Coming

Allyship is the continuous commitment to social justice work on the premise that we restore the lost privileges and denied rights of the marginalized: it is the living and breathing verb of action, not the stagnant noun of self-adulation and immediate gratification. This is a call to action because your continued apathy is a metastasis

Blast from the Past: A guide to campus stereotypes

Published 9/22/1967 Author Scott Lewis One of the prime instincts of the Froshus novice upon arriving at the unfamiliar campus habitat is to seek security in stereotyping. The Froshus novice quickly evaluates its fellow Froshus novices and Classmen upperi for physical appearances, mannerisms, etc. in order to place them in any number of broad categories.

Is it a sport: Zorbing?

Lawrence University is your typical college when it comes to sports. We have exercise facilities, sports and casual leagues. With our 21 varsity teams, plenty of intramurals and clubs to spare, anyone who wants to join a sport has plenty of opportunities to engage in one. However, Lawrence’s athletic offerings lack the element of danger.

Radio for Rwanda a Big Success

The fifth-annual Radio for Rwanda event was a hit this past weekend, bringing in guests from all walks of life at Lawrence to sing, perform instruments, recite poetry, improvise comedy and much more. This event was a collaboration between WLFM, the campus radio station and GlobeMed, a social justice organization dedicated to working for health

Letters to the Editor: Snowflakes and Nazis: A Personal Commentary on Recent Events

At this point, I cannot hope to persuade anyone of anything. Views were cemented early on, and have only been further entrenched. Persuasion, however, is not my intention. I aim merely to introduce another perspective. I question the usefulness of this, when the quagmire of opinion is already neck deep. Yet, the community shows no

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