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Dance Team: Where Arts and Sports Collide

Is it art? Is it a sport? Lawrence University Dance Team answers “Yes!” to both questions. Bringing together two previously disparate categories, the Dance Team gracefully straddles the line between athleticism and artistry, all while supporting Lawrence athletic teams. Lawrence University Dance Team (LUDT) made their season debut at the football home game on September

André de Quadros gives guest lecture on arts in the global community

André de Quadros speaks in Harper Hall. Photo by Taylor Blackson. On Monday, May 8, the multi-talented André de Quadros held a guest lecture in Harper Hall, entitled, “Music, Peace, and Justice: Projects and Challenges.” A conductor, ethnomusicologist, human rights editor and Professor of Music at Boston University, de Quadros flew in from Australia the

Staff Editorial: The Value of a Liberal Arts Education

Former, current and prospective students have been given a mere 47 words to answer one massive question: “Why Lawrence?” While this question appears on so many different college applications, Lawrence applicants have to be brief, creative and convincing in just a paragraph. While this approach to the dreaded college essay makes Lawrence stand out with

Students diversify arts at LU: Malina and Masupha found Slam Poetry Club

  This winter, Lawrence University sophomores Mary Malina and Tierra Masupha  founded Lawrence University’s first Slam Poetry Club. The club, which is open to all students, is a student-run organization that celebrates the art of slam poetry. Unlike conventional poetry, slam poetry does not place a particularly high premium on meter or rhyme schemes, but