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Melee Spring Show features various campus dance groups

Melee Spring Show features various campus dance groups

By Anastasia Skliarova   On Sunday, May 24, at 8 p.m., the Melee Dance Troupe presented its final show of the academic year. Stansbury Theatre was full of excited audience members, and after a brief introduction to its theme by director and senior Adriane Melchert, the show began. The theme for the evening’s show was

The Rabbit Gallery reopens, features Lawrence student artists

By Anastasia Skliarova After months of fundraising, renovating and organizing, The Rabbit Gallery reopened for the fifth time on Thursday, May 14. From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., the crowd that attended this opening night was welcomed with open arms into Appleton’s own pop-up gallery space at 502 W. College Ave. Smiles covered the faces

Choirs and orchestra perform Bach’s “St. John’s Passion”

By Anastasia Skliarova The Lawrence Memorial Chapel was full of performers and audience members alike eagerly awaiting the beginning of the concert. The program on Friday, April 24, was comprised of Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Johannes-Passion,” otherwise known as “St. John’s Passion.” Without introduction or informative asides interspersed throughout the work, the conductor and the soloists

Katie Lansdale shares unique violin performance with Lawrence students

By Anastasia Skliarova At 8 p.m. on Sunday, April 19, Harper Hall was filled with violin students, music-lovers and community members alike to hear the guest recital of Katie Lansdale, award-winning musician and faculty member at the Hartt School in Hartford, Conn. After Lansdale took the stage and the applause died down, Lansdale immediately began

Film Review: “Charlie Bartlett,” the quirks of adolescence

By Anastasia Skliarova I recently decided to check out Netflix’s “Independent Movies” section, as many Lawrentians are wont to do when they have homework to complete. I begrudgingly scrolled past “Spy Kids” when I stumbled upon the film “Charlie Bartlett.” As soon as I saw a sly-looking Robert Downey Jr. squinting at me from a

LSO concert unveils student’s composition

By Anastasia Skliarova A sizeable audience awaiting the evening’s performance filled the Lawrence Memorial Chapel on Saturday, Feb. 28 at 8 p.m. As per usual, the Lawrence Symphony Orchestra (LSO) drew a crowd that ran the gamut of ages and interests—Conservatory students and non-connies alike came to support the group and were rewarded with diverse

Creative Writing Club a valuable, imaginative resource

By Anastasia Skliarova It is no secret that Lawrence University encourages its students to create communities for themselves through organizations focused upon a kaleidoscope of interests. We have a variety of clubs devoted to several intramural sports, future career goals, social justice and even a club for those who love tea. I was surprised, however,