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CORE expands into Spring Term

CORE expands into Spring Term

CORE group gathering. Photo courtesy of Makenzie Nolan Three years ago a program was made to help freshman make connections, get oriented to campus, understand campus resources, and balance expectations. CORE was established by Dean of Students Curt Lauderdale and Campus Life Student Organizations Coordinator Nick Paulson. Two full programs have happened since. This fall

Freshman Sportlight: Nathan Schlesinger (Fencing)

Nathan Schlesinger, foil wielder for the Lawrence University (Vikings) Fencing team, is finishing his first season with the team. Most recently, Schlesinger combined forces with fellow freshman Ben Carlick and compiled two wins en route to topping Northwestern for the third place finish in the Midwest Fencing Conference Championships. His performance helped the Vikings finish

Freshmen make their entrance to Lawrence theatre in “Street Scene”

This past Thursday, Feb. 20, saw the opening of the term’s theatre arts performance, “Street Scene.” The play is one of two productions of the same name that Lawrence is performing this winter.  Starting Thursday, March 6, the theatre will begin performing the opera Kurt Weil adapted from Elmer Rice’s original play. The first performance

Ask a fifth-year: Religiously divided roommates

Dear Will, I am a Christian and my roommate is an atheist. We have so far been very friendly with each other and haven’t discussed our beliefs much, but she often makes passing comments about religious people being unreasonable and unintelligent, which tend to offend me. I understand that part of being a liberal arts