March 27, 1883: President Huntley resigned.
March 29, 1972: George Wallace, Democrat candidate for president, spoke in the Chapel.
March 29, 1984: George H.W. Bush, Republican candidate for president, spoke in the Chapel.
March 30, 2012: Mitt Romney, Republican candidate for president, spoke in Stansbury Theater.
March 31, 1984: Lawrence students stayed for 24 hours in abandoned fallout shelter in Trever Hall to raise awareness and protest the global nuclear arms race.
April 1, 1968: The faculty voted its approval for the establishment of the Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC) by an overwhelming majority.
April 1, 2016: Former President Bill Clinton, campaigning for Hillary (Democrat candidate for president), spoke in Warch Campus Center.
April 2, 1951: A party was held celebrating the opening of the Memorial Union. The celebration marked the end of the extra efforts of 500 Lawrence faculty and students who put in extra hours of cleaning and general maintenance in order for the Union to open on time.