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LUCC denies club recognition to Students for Free Thought

Students crowded all available space in the Mead Witter Room. Photo by Hikari Mine. Reporting contributed by The Lawrentian Editorial Board On Monday, May 22, many Lawrence students gathered in the Warch Campus Center’s Mead-Witter Room for the last LUCC General Council meeting of the term. The unusually large turnout was fueled by the presence

Gamelan concert creates lively atmosphere

Gamelan performs in the Lawrence Memorial Chapel. Photo by Hikari Mine.   On Sunday, May 21, the final Balinese Gamelan Concert of the year took place in the Lawrence Memorial Chapel. Two gamelan groups performed that afternoon: the Gamelan Sekar Kemuda group, which is open to members of the Appleton community, and the Gamelan Cahaya

History professors introduce new books

Robert S. French Professor of American Studies and Professor of History Jerald Podair speaks about his new book, “City of Dreams: Dodger Stadium and the Birth of Modern Los Angeles.” Photo by Hikari Mine. Associate Professor of History Jake Frederick reads from his latest book, “Spanish Dollars and Sister Republics: The Money that Made Mexico

Award-winning author Ann Packer conducts reading

Ann Packer reads from her work in the Nathan Marsh Pusey room. Photo by Hikari Mine. Ann Packer, the author of many bestselling works such as 2002’s “The Dive from Clausen’s Pier,” which recieved the Kate Chopin Literary Award, and 2011’s “Swim Back to Me,” which was included in the 2012 O. Henry Award prize

Denmark Vessey performs long-awaited hip-hop set

Crowd of students watches as Denmark Vessey performs. Photo by Hikari Mine. Although hip-hop artist Denmark Vessey was unable to show up on April 8 due to an overbooked flight, his performance was rescheduled for this past Friday, April 21. This time, nothing prevented Vessey from appearing in Esch Hurvis Studio in the Warch Campus

“Next to Normal” engages audience

  SPAMALU’s “Next to Normal.” Photos by Hikari Mine. Sunday April 16 was the closing night of “Next to Normal,” a musical produced by SPAMALU. Over the weekend, two casts performed a total of four shows for excited crowds in the Cloak Theatre. Outstanding production value and strong musical direction made for a memorable and