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Artist Spotlight: Lizzy Weekes

Artist Spotlight: Lizzy Weekes

Photo by Marieke de Koker Many people may know Lizzy Weekes through her activism. She was instrumental in the organization of last winter’s trip to Washington D.C. for the Women’s March. As a senior Studio Art major and Biology and Psychology minor, Weekes uses her art to combine different parts of her identity and explore

Letter from the Editor: “I am terrified.”

I am a woman. I am mentally ill. I am bisexual.* I am poor. I am terrified. I am terrified because the true America has been revealed. For many on campus, this election was a joke. This election was still funny until 1 p.m. Tuesday afternoon, when I voted. This election was no longer funny

President Clinton visits Lawrence University

On Friday, April 1, former President Bill Clinton delivered a speech to an overflow crowd in the Warch Campus Center’s Somerset room to drum up support for Hillary Clinton’s campaign prior to the Wisconsin primary elections. Speaking to a crowd that contained a significant number of Lawrentians, President Clinton tailored his speech to the interests

The Lawrentian appoints new leadership for 2016-17

The Lawrentian has opened applications for the 2016-17 Editorial Board in anticipation of upcoming leadership changes. After the seniors on the current board met on Sunday, Jan. 31, sophomore Elizabeth Weekes and junior Alex Kurki were appointed editor-in-chief and copy chief, respectively. Weekes previously served as arts and entertainment editor at The Lawrentian. She expressed her excitement to start

Artist Spotlight: Liam Hoy

By Lizzy Weekes Art can be deeply conceptual or purely aesthetically pleasing. Many artists try to do both or one or the other for various reasons. “I just like making aesthetically pleasing pieces of art,” senior Liam Hoy said. He draws inspiration from sculptor Anish Kapoor—you are probably familiar with his piece “Cloud Gate,” the