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THIS WEEK IN PHOTOS: Butterfly Candle Vigil

THIS WEEK IN PHOTOS: Butterfly Candle Vigil

In the candle lighting section of the vigil, five students gather in a circle to put their lights together. According to a post from Alianza’s Instagram account, the vigil aimed to “create a space to express, free, and cope with the pain and emotions.” Photo by Sarah Navy. Alianza, AIO, D&IC and PAO collaborated to


Sophomores Asher Zukoski and Erin O’Brien hold handmade signs distributed by fellow protestors. Photo by Sarah Navy. Following the recent police-shooting of Daunte Wright in Minneapolis, Lawrence students gathered for the “Appleton Justice for Daunte Wright” protest at Houdini Plaza on Monday, April 12. The attendees were also asked to wear masks.

Dr. MLK Jr. Day of Service to be celebrated virtually on Monday

Last year’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day concluded with an in-person celebration in the Lawrewnce Memorial Chapel. This year’s celebration will be virtual. Photo by Sarah Navy Several virtual events are happening this Monday, Jan. 18, as a part of Lawrence’s celebration of the 2021 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service (MLK

CCE shifts control of MLK Jr. Day of Service to student organizers for 2021

Last year’s on-campus MLK Jr. Day of Service included a community celebration with music and speeches in addition to service opportunities throughout the day. Photo by Sarah Navy Lawrence’s Center for Community Engagement and Social Change (CCE) has hosted Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service events for many years. This year, they hope to

LUNA on the importance of Indigenous Peoples’ Day

2019’s Indigenous People’s Day Celebration featured Oneida Nation dancers showcasing various traditional dances. Photo by Sarah Navy Indigenous Peoples’ Day has become an important part of the Lawrence community and culture. Indigenous Peoples’ Day recognizes, and honors the beautiful cultures, traditions and lives of Indigeous People around the world. At Lawrence, LUNA (Lawrence University Native

Great Midwest Trivia Contest LV makes waves on campus

The promotional photos for trivia this year featured a post-apocalyptic theme. Photo by Juan Felipe Ayala. This year marked the 55th year of the Annual Great Midwest Trivia Contest at Lawrence University. Fifty consecutive hours of trivia began at 10:00:37 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 24, with President Mark Burstein reading the first question. The contest


Freshman Class Representatives of LUCC 2019-2020 Hung Nguyen “Being in the LUCC is a great opportunity for me to represent various viewpoints from my peers and bring them to the discussion. The beauty of the LUCC is the diverse pool of people from various backgrounds. My first term being a part of the LUCC is