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Trine tops Vikes in doubleheader

The Lawrence men’s hockey team had a rough showing versus conference rivals Trine University this weekend, losing both games on Friday and Saturday. Their first showing was some goalie work to behold on both sides; Lawrence and Trine had plenty of chances to score on each other all game. Lawrence had 24 goal shots to

Coach’s Corner: Jocelyn Kleiber

Kelli Quick: Why are you interested in being the women’s hockey head coach? Where and how did your interest for hockey start? Did you used to play yourself?  Coach Kleiber: Becoming the women’s hockey coach here at Lawrence was a very intriguing position to me because of the professional goals I have for myself. I

This Hobby of Mine – Liam Wood

Hobbies are fundamental aspects of ourselves. They help define who we are as individuals; they are the things we choose to immerse ourselves in with what little free time we have. This column aims to explore the vast range of unique and interesting hobbies and pastimes hidden within the Lawrence community, and to grant insight

Classics department holds annual Coin Petting Zoo

On Tuesday, Oct. 15, the Lawrence University classics department hosted the Ancient Coin Petting Zoo. Put together by Assistant Professor of Classics Adriana Brook; Assistant Professor of Art History, Curator of the Wriston Art Center Galleries and Museum Studies Interdisciplinary Area Program Director Beth Zinsli; and a half dozen classics students, it was located in

Football demoralized at home

The fourth game of the Lawrence football season ended in crushing defeat as the team fell to Illinois College, 55-10.  Troubles began early for the Vikings, as the opposing Blueboys jumped to an early lead with 20 points in the first quarter. Their offensive unit took advantage of a rainy day, going to a ground-and-pound

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