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Lawrence Prepares for Prospective Students Weekends

Every spring, hundreds of prospective Lawrence students flood the campus during admitted students weekends, attempting to make one of the more difficult and confusing decisions or their young lives. It’s up to current Lawrence students to help inform and guide them by showing “prospies” the Lawrence that we know and love, and answering their questions

Reality doesn’t come with trigger warnings: Should our classes?

Our generation is lucky. We live in a time in which, at least in intellectual environments such as Lawrence, people work to be as considerate and accepting of others as possible. Not that there is always agreement on what it means to be “considerate” and “accepting,” but Lawrentians and others make a solid effort to

Tuition increases 3.5%, draws various reactions from students

As the Board of Trustees winter meeting concluded, the full-time tuition for the 2014-2015 academic year was set at $42,357. Together with room, board and other fees, the total comprehensive fee is $51,465, which represents a 3.5% increase in tuition and 3.51% increase in total fees for next year. Lawrence’s Vice President for Finance and

Students celebrate inauguration through volunteering, musical events

Students organized diverse activities to celebrate the inauguration of President Mark Burstein. On Friday night, Conservatory groups performed at different locations for Lawrence Performs. Lawrence Jams was a student-organized party held in Warch. On Sunday, President Burstein joined students volunteering at Riverview Gardens, Appleton’s local urban farm. The inauguration weekend for Lawrence kicked off with