The Lux institutional repository is the home for the scholarly and creative output of Lawrence University. What does that mean, exactly? Lux is an electronic database that contains scholarly articles, art projects, honors projects, meeting documentation, and more- all created by Lawrence University students, faculty, and staff.
Here are a few examples of what can be found in Lux:
- Student honors projects, such as: “The Abaya: Fashion, Religion, and Identity in a Globalized World,” by Elizabeth Shimek.
- Presidential convocation recordings, such as: “Musings on the Millennium,” by President Richard Warch.
- Senior Studio Art major exhibitions, such as Lavender Storm, by Nina Guo.
- Issues of Tropos, the student art and literary magazine.
- Full, searchable copies of The Lawrentian, covering most of 1923-1992 and 2006-2013.
- Lawrence magazine, Fall 2013 issue.
Recently, Lux reached the exciting milestone of 100,000 downloads of full-text content.