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Learners. Leaders. Lawrentians.

“Lawrentians defy definition,” the Lawrence University website reads “… there are some characteristics that all Lawrentians share. Foremost among these is intellectual curiosity. It demands active participation and collaboration with a community of professors and other students (that builds on the groundwork of Freshman Studies, a requirement of all Lawrence students). The result is the

Lawrentians participate in historic Women’s March on Washington

The Capitol overlooks the Women’s March. Photo by Allegra Taylor   Last Friday, Jan. 20, 39 Lawrence students boarded a bus bound for Washington D.C. The bus traveled overnight in order to reach the city by Saturday morning. This left little time to spare before the start of the Women’s March on Washington. On the

Lawrentians’ Halloween Fundraising Efforts

GlobeMed’s bake sale fundraiser during the week before Halloween. Photo courtesy of Bhavana Survana This year during the Halloween season, fundraising events were put on by Lawrence clubs, including the Dance Team and GlobeMed. The Dance Team sold candy grams at lunch time outside of Andrew Commons from Monday, Oct. 24 to Wednesday, Oct. 26.