February 19, 1989: Lawrence students and Appleton citizens succeeded in claiming the Guinness World Record for "Most People Sledding Down a Hill in a Toboggan" with 187 people on a 104-foot toboggan.
February 19, 2010: Singer Bobby McFerrin returned to Lawrence for the fourth time and led a performance of "Migrations", a suite of pieces composed by the director of jazz studies, Fred Sturm.
February 20, 1914: Formal installation ceremonies were held for Lawrence's chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the Gamma Chapter of Wisconsin. Four women students were the first to be initiated.
February 21, 1968: Poet Allen Ginsberg made headlines in Appleton when he and 40 Lawrence students apparently performed an "exorcism" at the grave of Senator Joseph McCarthy.
February 22, 1922: One of the worst ice storms ever to hit Wisconsin struck on this day, with 1-2 inches of ice in Appleton downing power lines and snapping trees.
February 23, 1972: Henry Jackson, Democrat candidate for president, spoke in Stansbury Theater.
February 24, 1917: Lawrence raised $1,554 beyond the goal of $62,500 to build the Memorial Chapel, matching the amount donated by an anonymous Appleton citizen. $10,000 was also raised for a new pipe organ for the chapel.
February 24, 1969: A group of students from the Afro-American Association presented President Curtis Tarr with a list of 10 demands.
February 25, 1954: The installation ceremony for President Douglas Knight was held.