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LUaroo 2021 to make history this weekend

LUaroo 2021 to make history this weekend

Just like everything else this year, Lawrence’s student-run music festival will look different from years past (and hopefully, from years to come). In recent years, the festival has hosted over a dozen traveling performers on the quad over Memorial Day weekend, supported by additional performances by Lawrence students.   One big change this year is

AAPI Month: Lovie Jung

During the month of May, we celebrate the history and culture of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders who have contributed to America’s history and success. During the final week of AAPI month, we honor Lovieanne (Lovie) Jung, a native of Hawaii, who left her mark on the softball world through her outstanding performances both offensively

Special Edition of Faculty Q&A — Kevin Goggins

Kevin Goggins posing for a portrait in his Lawrence University Security Guard Jacket. Photo by Larissa Davis. Taken in April 2017. Do you have a favorite building? — Anonymous A favorite building I honestly could not select just one.  Possibly Main Hall — so much history is in that building.  Walking in it, the feeling

The Line 3 Oil Pipeline: A disaster waiting to happen

For seven years, Indigenous communities and environmental groups in Minnesota have fought to stop Canadian oil company Enbridge from building an oil pipeline called Line 3. This pipeline, proposed in 2014, would replace a much older pipeline by the same name, which was built in the 1960s, and has been disastrous for the environment in