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Both men and women’s soccer looking for first conference win

The Lawrence University men’s and women’s soccer teams took the long trip down to Illinois this past weekend to start their conference schedule. On Saturday, Sept. 23, they faced off against the Knox Prairie Fire while Sunday, Sept. 24’s foe was the Illinois College Blue Boys and Lady Blues. The action kicked off with the

Lawrence Interfaith Council holds first meeting

Rev. Linda Morgan-Clement, appointed the Julie Esch Hurvis Dean of Spiritual Life last year, designed the Interfaith Council aim to bring together students from different religious backgrounds. Photo by Minh Nguyen.   Last Saturday at 10 a.m., the Lawrence University Interfaith Council held its first meeting. The new Julie Esch Hurvis Dean of Spiritual Life

First Swim Meet of the Season

After weeks of training, the Lawrence University Men’s and Women’s Swim Teams were back in action. They kicked off their 2016-2017 at the All-Wisconsin Showcase in Brown Deer, Wisconsin on Saturday. This meet featured competition from across the state including the Division I program of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Because this meet featured some very

Blast from the Past: Blues battle Coe in first midwest tilt

Rivalries are a fundamental part of sports, particularly in college athletics. Bitter rivalries serve to whip up passion in players, spectators, and coaches alike. Nothing feels better than a decisive victory over a traditional foe, and nothing stings more than defeat at the hands of an old enemy. Today, Lawrence’s rivalries have grown somewhat cold.

Takeaways from the First Presidential Debate

Lawrence faculty, staff and students come together to discuss the debate. Photo by Billy Liu Last Monday, Oct. 3, Hofstra University hosted the first presidential debate of 2016, pitting Republican candidate Donald Trump against Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. The debate covered a broad range of topics, mostly dealing with the security of the nation, growth