Tag Archives: Zhixuan Lyu

What a Game! – Drew Paulson

Games have been an important part of human history. From ancient times to our times, games have evolved to reflect the values, culture and lives of the people who created and played games. For me, games have been a way to learn, explore and create things in a way I was not able to with

Mind the Gap — Brittany Allwine

This column seeks to profile Lawrentians who have decided not to take the typical path of enrolling at college directly after highschool, instead pursuing other interests during a gap year. Although the picturesque gap year can only be imagined as backpacking across the countryside of Europe, or studying a new language internationally, gap years are

Mind the Gap: Jonathan Hogen

This column seeks to profile Lawrentians who have decided not to take the typical path of enrolling at college directly after highschool, instead pursuing other interests during a gap year. Politics has become a popular career path that has caught the interest of many Lawrentians and inspired them to pursue majors in government. This popularity

Mind the Gap: Sandesh Joshi

Photo by Zhixuan Lyu. Traveling across the country on a motorbike isn’t the usual response to the question: “What did you do over the summer?” However, freshman Sandesh Joshi did exactly that. In fact, he has accomplished more than the majority of new college students with the help of two gap years. Originally from Kathmandu,

Work It: Shopping shuttle drivers

Sophomore shopping shuttle driver Eleanor Horner. Photo by Zhixuan Lyu. In the midst of classes, recitals and midterms, students often feel they need a well-deserved break off campus every once in a while. The shopping shuttle is available every week to transport students to and from wherever they need to go. The stops include Woodman’s,

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