Lawrence University’s World Music Series: The University of Wisconsin Russian Folk Orchestra

April 10, 2019

Lawrence University’s Conservatory of Music is an institution committed to providing their students with a well-rounded, world-class music education. One of the ways Lawrence is able to achieve this mission is through inviting musicians that participate in the creation of musical traditions from other cultures. In my time at Lawrence, I have seen ensembles ranging […]

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A Guide To Spring Term

March 31, 2019

It’s that time of the year again! We’ve survived the cold of winter term, and we’re ready for a change: spring term! Although the weather in Wisconsin is still pretty chilly and cold, it warms up pretty fast. At Lawrence, spring term is usually a breath of fresh air after a tough Wisconsin winter, and […]

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How to Survive Finals

March 11, 2019

It’s Sunday March 10th. We’ve managed to survive 10th week, and spring break is right around the corner. The end is so close you can practically touch it! But unfortunately, we have one last thing to do before break: finals. As many Lawrence students know, finals can be an extremely stressful time. Whether you’re studying […]

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Coming to Terms with Campus Germs

March 5, 2019

At some point in everyone’s college experience, sickness strikes, leaving you feeling icky and with no energy to keep up with your rigorous workload. Being sick at college is inevitable, especially with so many people confined to a small place, so having a plan and knowing about wellness resources on campus is imperative. Jessica’s Sick […]

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Braving the Wisconsin Cold!

February 26, 2019

There’s no denying that Lawrence University, with is northern location, can at times experience some harsh weather in the wintertime. This winter alone, we have experienced some record cold wind chill temperatures and snowstorms that have caused cancelled classes – a rarity! At Lawrence, instead of denying its existence, students learn how to best deal […]

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