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Cerebral Celebration explores the sciences

Cerebral Celebration explores the sciences

Lawrentians experiment with telekinesis at the science colloquium. Photo by Emily Midyette   On Friday, Feb. 3, at 6:30 p.m. the annual Science Colloquium, titled the “Cerebral Celebration,” was held in the Esch Hurvis Studio in the Warch Campus Center. There were eight to ten booths, each representing a different branch of science: electromagnetism, physics,

Saxophone recital explores marginalization

On Saturday, Jan. 21, interested music students and faculty came to see Instructor of Music Sumner Truax give a saxophone recital in the Pusey Room of the Warch Campus Center. Supporting him were Assistant Professor of Music and Director of Jazz Studies José Encarnación on saxophone and Kurt Eric Galván on piano. In his introduction,

Lower Left explores focus

On Oct. 28, Instructor of Dance Margaret Paek brought artists from many different backgrounds together for a collaborative improvised performance. Members of her own ensemble—called Lower Left—joined professors, students, musicians and more onstage for a multidisciplinary dance extravaganza called “Available Space.” Paek acted as the host of the show, introducing the pieces and guest performers.

Piano recital explores types of dance music

Associate Professor of Music Michael Mizrahi takes the Memorial Chapel stage to showcase different dance music for piano. Photo by Angelica Hurtado On Sunday, Sept. 18, Associate Professor of Music Michael Mizrahi treated Lawrence student and faculty concert-goers to an exploration of concert dance music in different musical time periods in the Lawrence Memorial Chapel.