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Arianna Cohen leads the volleyball team to win

The Lawrence University Volleyball team took the long trip down to Illinois this past weekend for a pair of games against Monmouth College and Knox College. Coming off their win over Illinois College, the team hoped to build momentum and raise their conference standing. Both games went the distance of five-sets, making it an intense

Art Collections bring history, culture to Lawrence

Rare collection of bound manuscripts owned by Ann Sullivan Nelson M-D’41 in the Wriston Art Collection. Photo by Hannah Burgess Behind the glass doors of Wriston 227 lies a veritable treasure trove of resources for Lawrence University students. The Art Collection, curated by Adjunct Assistant Professor of Art History, Curator of the Wriston Art Center

Controversial group continues to seek LUCC recognition

Promising an opportunity for “rational, objective inquiry”, the group Students for Free Thought (SFT) had their first meeting of the new school year on Friday. After a succinct informational presentation, co-founders senior Simon Laird and sophomore Chris Wand screened a debate from 2005 between two Harvard professors. The group is attempting to achieve recognition from

Blast from the Past: Chase for Greek Athletic Honors to Begin Next Week

With but three minor changes in the
schedule for the year, the 1927-28 interfraternity sports program will get
under way next week. Tennis, last year a spring sport, will be played this
fall, changing places with golf. Baseball will be replaced by playground
baseball, and a new event will be
added in horseshoes. Otherwise the schedule remains intact. Tennis will

Local Farmer Donates 30 Acres to Cult

Article courtesy of Kate Youdell of Respectful and Tasteful Satire (RATS) A local farmer in the northern Wisconsin area recently donated 30 acres of land to a local cult. However, ‘donated’ doesn’t seem to be the most accurate phrase. “I don’t quite remember how it happened,” said Robert Johnson, dairy farmer. “They just appeared one

The women’s tennis team fall to Marian University

Seniors Lindsay Holsen and Alexis Hottberg playing doubles. Photo by Victor Nguyen. The Vikings tennis team has had a busy week, taking to the courts three times in four days. While the Vikings did not face any conference opponents, the matches still help set the tone for the Viking’s season moving forwards. On Thursday, September

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