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Reusable menstruation products to be distributed on campus

The Lawrence University Environmental Organization is introducing a sustainable menstruation project in collaboration with the Student Alliance Against Sexual Harassment and Assault (SAASHA), the Lawrence University Disability Working Group (LUDWiG), the Diversity and Intercultural Center (D&IC) and the Lawrence Food Pantry.   According to junior Lauren Kelly, the president of the LU Environmental Organization, SAASHA

Fall Term plan announced, full in-person return to campus

Students, faculty and staff will be returning to in-person living and learning this Fall Term, announced by President Mark Burstein on April 28. The Lawrence Pandemic Planning Team (LPPT) worked together with colleagues and public health experts to create the Fall Term plan.  According to Burstein’s email, the decision was “grounded in the guiding principles

LUNA to host guest speaker from the Waking Women Healing Institute

On May 4 at 3 p.m., the Lawrence University Native American Organization (LUNA) will be hosting an event with speaker Renee Gralewicz on Main Hall Green. The talk is entitled “A Long Hard Road of Genocide and Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women & Girls & 2 Spirit Relatives (MMIWG2S).” According to Jessica Hopkins, junior and


The new Lawrence University Vikings’ logo has been on display in the Warch Campus Center’s front window since April 6. Photo by Alana Melvin. The Lawrence University Athletics Department launches its official rebrand, featuring a new logo, new uniforms and new meaning for the Vikings. The Lawrence University Athletics Department celebrated the launch of their

An Interview with President Carter

Laurie Carter, 17th President of Lawrence Photo provided by Shippensburg University Emily Zuniga, one of our news writers, had the opportunity to interview Lawrence University’s next president, Laurie Carter, on Friday, March 5. The two met virtually the day after Carter was announced to be the 17th president of Lawrence. Carter will be the first

Lawrence working with city of Appleton to finalize vaccine distribution plan

Artwork by Joshua Stinebrink. Dean of Wellness Services Richard Jazdzewski announced via e-mail that Lawrence University was approved to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine on Feb. 2. In this email, Jazdewski explained that Lawrence will eventually have access to a COVID-19 vaccine and will first administer vaccines to people working with testing and those working with

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Lawrence works toward environmental goals in Campus Race to Zero Waste

The Sustainable Lawrence University Garden (SLUG) helps to collect and analyze data about composting on campus Photo by Sebastian Evans Lawrence University is competing in this year’s Campus Race to Zero Waste, an annual eco-friendly competition between colleges to see who can produce the least amount of waste. Campus Race to Zero Waste 2021 began

Celebrating Black History Month

This February, the Black Student Union (BSU) and the Diversity and Intercultural Center (D&IC) have worked together to develop a series of events to celebrate Black History Month. Malcolm Davis, sophomore and Diversity & Intercultural Center Program Coordinator, collaborated with Sarah Navy, junior and Black Student Union (BSU) President, to organize these events.   In