Embracing new music at its highest level, Scotland native Colin Currie brings his dynamic percussion talents to the Lawrence Memorial Chapel Friday, March 30 at 8 p.m. in the third concert of Lawrence University’s 2017-18 Artist Series.
Tickets for the performance, at $25-30 for adults, $20-25 for seniors, $18-20 for students, are available through the Lawrence Box Office, 920-832-6749.Percussion virtuoso Colin Currie performs March 30 in the Lawrence Memorial... read more
While growing up in New York City, Eli Cauley lived in a home without a television. Unlike many kids his age, he wasn’t raised with an X-Box or PlayStation at the ready.
But that never stopped his passion for playing and making games.... read the rest of this story
Monica Rico’s work as a public history practitioner has been recognized by the Outagamie County Historical Society.
Associate Professor of History at Lawrence University, Rico has been named the 2018 recipient of the historical society’s annual Lillian F. Mackesy Historian of the Year...read the rest of this story
One of the country’s leading environmental advocates and a pioneer in advancing environmental justice in urban communities will be recognized by Lawrence University with an honorary degree June 10 at its 169th commencement.... read the rest of this story
Bonds between students and faculty members that last well beyond commencement and graduation congratulations have long been a hallmark of a Lawrence University education.
One such example recently played out in Sierra Leone, where theatre arts professor Timothy X. Troy reunited with...read the rest of this story
Former history professor Anne Jacobson Schutte, who spent 23 years on the Lawrence University faculty, died Monday, Feb. 26 in Chicago following a cerebral hemorrhage two days earlier. She was 77.
Anne had been living in Venice, Italy in retirement before returning to Chicago in the...read the rest of this story
The stage of Stansbury Theatre will be transformed into Formoutiers, France, circa 1200, for Lawrence University opera studies’ production of Gioachino Rossini’s “Le comte Ory” (“Count Ory”).
Four performances of the French comedic opera will be staged March 1-3 at 7:30 p.m. with a...read the rest of this story