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Up-Clothes and Personal: Matthew Brown

Up-Clothes and Personal: Matthew Brown

Matthew Brown displays his antique Virgin Mary statue. Photo by Billy Liu. I have wildly cared about clothing my whole life. From spending hours of my childhood afternoons putting together outfits, to ceaselessly chopping up skirts and dresses to make my own creations, I spent a lot of my childhood thinking about clothing. My identity

Lawrence University Honors Project

Professor Antoinette Powell explains the Honors Project to students. Photo by Billy Liu. In one small library room, several dozen students crowded in and craned their necks to listen to Music Librarian and Assistant Professor Antoinette Powell explain the ins and outs of completing the Honors Project. Powell described the prestigious project as “extra academic

Hidden Figures of Lawrence: Andrew McSorley

Interlibrary Loan Coordinator and Assistant Circulation Desk Supervisor Andrew McSorley. Photo By Billy Liu. This column is devoted to highlighting staff members that play a huge role in the everyday experiences of the Lawrence community. The goal is to focus on the “Hidden Figures” of Lawrence University and their interests both within, and outside of

“Burial at Thebes” impresses with strong performances

“Burial at Thebes” cast during dress rehearsal. Photo by Billy Liu This Saturday, I had the pleasure of seeing Lawrence’s production of “Burial at Thebes,” directed by Professor of Theatre Arts and the J. Thomas and Julie Esch Hurvis Professor of Theatre and Drama Timothy Troy. “Burial at Thebes” is based off of Sophocles’s “Antigone.”

Lecture educates on anti-Jewish oppression and Jewish privilege

Post-Doctoral Fellow of Jewish Studies Elliot Ratzman presents in the Esch Hurvis Room in the Warch Campus Center. Photo by Billy Liu To teach about anti-Semitism and how it exists in progressive movements, Post-Doctoral Fellow of Jewish Studies Elliot Ratzman presented the second lecture in the Cultural Competency Lecture Series. He presented his lecture, “Understanding

Burstein considers campus values in Convocation

President Mark Burstein addresses a crowded Memorial Chapel. Photo by Billy Liu To address how the Lawrence community should move forward with the 2017-2018 school year, President Mark Burstein addressed students and faculty at the Matriculation Convocation held at 11:10 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 14. Burstein’s speech was preceded by the Welcome Week Choir singing “Unity”

People of Color Empowerment Week Revived

Junior Bernard Lilly, junior Malik Graham, freshman De Andre King, freshman Brandon Polanco and junior Alonzo Jackson serenade the audience at the Cultural Expressions show on Saturday, Feb. 2. Photo by Billy Liu   Feb. 19–24 marked the first People of Color Empowerment Week in two years, led by senior Tatiyana Jenkins, co-chair of All

New Spiritual Space at Sabin House

Linda Morgan-Clement talks to Lawrentian staff about future hopes for the Sabin House. Photos by Billy Liu Julie Esch-Hurvis Dean of Spiritual and Religious Life Linda Morgan-Clement will be opening Sabin House as a forum for students, staff and faculty members of all religious backgrounds after it is fully remodeled. Morgan-Clement excitedly shared her plans