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Alianza
Meeting Information
Location: Memorial Hall 114; Day: Tuesday; Time: 6:30pm; Frequency: Once a week
Contacts
Jessenia Jasmin Zelaya jessenia.j.zelaya@lawrence.edu
Samantha Lizbeth Torres samantha.l.torres@lawrence.edu
Amy A. Ongiri (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) amy.a.ongiri@lawrence.edu
Description
Alianza is an organization open to everyone focused on bringing awareness to the social/political issues Latinx students face both on campus and in the world through educative workshops, and events. We consider ourselves a support group on this campus, where Latinx students can meet to discuss and express ideas, concerns, and issues related to their culture and identity as students and Latinxs.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Diversity
All is One! Empowering Young Women of Color (AIO)
Meeting Information
Location: International house; Day: Tuesday; Time: 6 pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Krystin Ashli Williams krystin.a.williams@lawrence.edu
Description
The purpose of A.I.O. is to help bring attention and awareness to young women of color on campus. We strive to unite these women on campus to have a greater voice and display the diversity that is present on campus. We strive to promote love, togetherness, and provide the support that Women Of Color need and should have from each other.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Diversity
Social Justice
American Chemical Society (ACS)
Meeting Information
Location: Steitz 1st Floor Lounge; Day: Monday ; Time: 3:30 pm; Frequency: Biweekly
Contacts
Molly Chadwick Reese molly.c.reese@lawrence.edu
Larissa S. Davis larissa.s.davis@lawrence.edu
Allison M. M. Fleshman (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) allison.m.fleshman@lawrence.edu
Description
The American Chemical Society At Lawrence works to promote chemistry, biochemistry and other related fields within the Lawrence community. We also work to build both professional and casual relationships between students and faculty of the Chemistry department.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Departmental
American Sign Language Club
Meeting Information
Location: Memorial Hall 105 ; Day: (none); Time: 7:00 PM; Frequency: (none)
Contacts
Nora Robinson nora.e.robinson@lawrence.edu
Description
The primary purposes of ASL Club are 1.) to learn American Sign Language and learn about Deaf culture, 2.) to create an immersive practice space, and 3.) to (potentially) hold events connecting Lawrence to the Deaf Appleton community.
Website
http://sorgs.lawrence.edu/LUASL
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Diversity
Social Justice
Amnesty International
Meeting Information
Location: Warch ; Day: Tuesday; Time: 6 pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Emily Louise Beale emily.l.beale@lawrence.edu
Description
Amnesty discusses various different human rights in meetings, makes the community aware of human rights abuses throughout the world, and holds events on campus to raise awareness at Lawrence and the Appleton Community.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Social Justice
Andy Reading Fund
Meeting Information
Location: Warch Campus Center; Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: twice a month
Contacts
Andy Wang yuhan.wang@lawrence.edu
Biju Rajbhandari biju.rajbhandari@lawrence.edu
Description
The Andy Reading Fund is to promote the education of rural students in developing countries by providing educational books and one-on-one sponsorships.
Website
http://www.andyreadingfund.com
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Community Service
Environmental
Social Justice
Appletones A Cappella
Meeting Information
Location: Conservatory; Day: Wednesdays and Sundays; Time: Varies; Frequency: twice a week
Contacts
Rebecca Madeline Minkus rebecca.m.minkus@lawrence.edu
Stephen Gregory Deeter stephen.g.deeter@lawrence.edu
Henry Becker Killough henry.b.killough@lawrence.edu
Hailey Virginia Edwards hailey.v.edwards@lawrence.edu
Melanie Hahn Aiken melanie.h.aiken@lawrence.edu
Joe Dennis joseph.g.dennis@lawrence.edu
Description
The Appletones is a group dedicated to uniting singers of all different backgrounds and experience for the purpose of making beautiful a cappella music and sharing it with others.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Arab Culture Club
Meeting Information
Location: Arthur Vining Davis room; Day: Tuesday; Time: 5:00 PM; Frequency: Biweekly
Contacts
Massimiliano Verita' (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) massimiliano.verita@lawrence.edu
Jawad Alweleidat jawad.alweleidat@lawrence.edu
Description
Arab Culture Club's mission is to acquaint the student body with the rich Arabic culture and heritage and engage in intercultural dialogue through the promotion of lectures and cultural events. We provide information for anyone who is interested in Arab culture or language.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Community Service
Diversity
Programming
As I Am
Meeting Information
Location: wellness Multipurpose room; Day: Monday & Wednesday; Time: 6:00; Frequency: 2x a week biweekly
Contacts
Victoria Rosina Passie victoria.passie@lawrence.edu
Description
We sere to express. We serve to empower. We serve to be As I Am.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Diversity
Wellness and Recreation
Association for Women in Mathematics- LU
Meeting Information
Location: Briggs 424; Day: Thursday; Time: 8:00pm; Frequency: weekly
Contacts
Emmi Anderson Zheng emmi.a.zheng@lawrence.edu
Kate Martenis kathleen.c.martenis@lawrence.edu
Scott Corry (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) scott.corry@lawrence.edu
Description
The Association for Women in Mathematics aims to foster an environment of equality in the mathematical community. We want to promote the department and encourage women to pursue mathematics.
Website
http://www.facebook.com/awmlu/
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Departmental
Professional
Badminton
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Description
Intramural Badminton - Come play with classmates and staff in the Wellness Center. No equipment beyond athletic shoes is necessary. 5-7 week season with games each Tuesday evening. No experience necessary to play! Sign up on the Intramurals Page - http://go.lawrence.edu/1420
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Club Sports
Baking and Cooking Club (BaCC)
Meeting Information
Location: Colman Loft B (Henry); Day: Meetings Sundays, events vary; Time: 7:00pm; Frequency: Twice Weekly
Contacts
Jackie Feldy jacquelyn.feldy@lawrence.edu
Gretchen Anna Niederriter gretchen.a.niederriter@lawrence.edu
Description
The Baking and Cooking Club promotes an inclusive, informal environment where people of all skill levels and backgrounds can join around a passion for cooking and baking. We hope to inspire our members to innovate and expand their knowledge of different types of cooking styles, tools, and techniques. Our goal is to build a community through the shared knowledge and experience of preparing food.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Professional
Wellness and Recreation
Band Booking Committee (BBC)
Meeting Information
Location: Runkel Room; Day: Tuesday; Time: 9:00pm; Frequency: Biweekly
Contacts
Greg Griffin (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) gregory.l.griffin@lawrence.edu
Description
Band Booking Committee (BBC) brings exciting, non-Conservatory musical acts to campus. We meet regularly to discover and discuss new music, and to facilitate performances by student artists.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Programming
Basketball - Intramural
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Description
5v5 Intramural Basketball- Full court basketball, can be quite competitive in a fun atmosphere. No equipment beyond athletic shoes is necessary. 5-7 week season with games each Monday evening. Little to no experience necessary to play. Sign up on the Intramurals Page - http://go.lawrence.edu/1420
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Club Sports
Beta Psi Nu
Meeting Information
Location: Beta Room ; Day: Sunday; Time: 2 PM; Frequency: Once a week
Contacts
Spencer L. Morgan (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) spencer.l.morgan@lawrence.edu
Jacelynn Cecily Allen jacelynn.c.allen@lawrence.edu
Maxxi Powell-Kelley maxx.i.powell-kelley@lawrence.edu
Amy A. Ongiri (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) amy.a.ongiri@lawrence.edu
Nyanna E. Dixon (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) nyanna.e.dixon@lawrence.edu
Krystin Ashli Williams krystin.a.williams@lawrence.edu
Description
The Beta Psi Nu Sorority exists to ensure that young women of color have a voice and are valued in the institutions they attend.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Diversity
Greek Life
Programming
Social Justice
Beta Theta Pi
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Contacts
David J. Hall (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) david.hall@lawrence.edu
Jimmy Geraghty james.h.geraghty@lawrence.edu
Spencer L. Morgan (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) spencer.l.morgan@lawrence.edu
Alex Hadlich alexander.d.hadlich@lawrence.edu
Elliot Samuel Cordano elliot.s.cordano@lawrence.edu
Tom Goldberg thomas.b.goldberg@lawrence.edu
Jesus Sanchez jesus.sanchez@lawrence.edu
Ben Schaefer benjamin.w.schaefer@lawrence.edu
Skyler West benjamin.s.west@lawrence.edu
Mayan Rube Essak mayan.r.essak@lawrence.edu
Micah Ezekiel Briggs micah.e.briggs@lawrence.edu
Ricardo Daniel Jimenez ricardo.d.jimenez@lawrence.edu
Jay MacKenzie james.r.mackenzie@lawrence.edu
Description
Beta Theta Pi is a fraternity whose core values are Mutual Assistance, Trust, Cultivation of Intellect, Responsible Conduct, and Integrity
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Greek Life
Biodiversity and Sustainability Club
Meeting Information
Location: Woods behind Warch Campus Cent; Day: Saturday; Time: 1:00; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Margot Wulfsberg margaret.r.wulfsberg@lawrence.edu
Noah Benjamin Whiteman noah.b.whiteman@lawrence.edu
Description
Our purpose is to restore reduce invasive species and restore native plant biodiversity to areas on campus. We also aim to promote awareness of the value of biodiversity among Lawrence students and the local community.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Community Service
Environmental
Bird and Nature Club (LBNC)
Meeting Information
Location: Fourth Floor of Warch; Day: Thursday; Time: 5 pm; Frequency: 2 meetings/term
Contacts
Jodi Sedlock (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) jodi.sedlock@lawrence.edu
Claire Elizabeth Zimmerman claire.e.zimmerman@lawrence.edu
Alex Dahl alexander.w.dahl@lawrence.edu
Allegra Chalese Taylor allegra.c.taylor@lawrence.edu
Description
Bird and Nature Club seeks to foster a greater appreciation for nature in the Lawrence community by providing opportunities to learn about nature and conservation. Anyone who is interested and willing to learn is welcome, regardless of previous knowledge or experience.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Environmental
Black Student Union (BSU)
Meeting Information
Location: Sankofa House; Day: Thursday; Time: 8 pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Nyanna E. Dixon (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) nyanna.e.dixon@lawrence.edu
Awa Badiane awa.badiane@lawrence.edu
Shaun Brown ryshaun.brown@lawrence.edu
Louric Rankine louric.rankine@lawrence.edu
Description
Black Student Union is an organization committed to promoting cultural diversity and unity. We focus on creating a sense of belonging for our members and educating the wider campus on issues of social justice, mainly concerning minorities. Although our focus is social activism and addressing political, economic, and social issues that affect ethnic minorities, we welcome any Lawrence student regardless of sex, religion, or race.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Diversity
Social Justice
Bomb Squad
Meeting Information
Location: Steitz 127; Day: Monday; Time: 7:00 pm; Frequency: weekly
Contacts
Stefan Debbert (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) stefan.debbert@lawrence.edu
Jackie Feldy jacquelyn.feldy@lawrence.edu
Sabrina Morgan Loehrke sabrina.m.loehrke@lawrence.edu
Gretchen Anna Niederriter gretchen.a.niederriter@lawrence.edu
Description
Bomb Squad's goal is to educate, inspire, and stimulate the minds of elementary school students by presenting exciting and interesting science demonstrations. To achieve this goal, the club will present shows on campus, at elementary schools, or at other locations in the Fox Cities.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Community Service
Departmental
Building Intergenerational Relationships (BIR)
Meeting Information
Location: CCE (previous VCSC); Day: Friday ; Time: 5 p.m.; Frequency: Twice a Week
Contacts
Vicky Liang weiqi.liang@lawrence.edu
Ruby Liu shuxian.liu@lawrence.edu
Kristi S. Hill (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) kristi.hill@lawrence.edu
Description
Building Intergenerational Relationships (BIR) seeks to connect students with the elderly at Brewster Village and other local senior homes to build meaningful relationships through volunteering and community activism. Volunteering options range from providing complimentary makeovers to reading books to an elderly friend.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Community Service
Chinese Students Association (CSA)
Meeting Information
Location: Diverisity center; Day: Wednesday ; Time: 7pm; Frequency: Biweekly/event week
Contacts
Kuo-ming Sung (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) kuo-ming.sung@lawrence.edu
Sunny Li xinrui.li@lawrence.edu
Yaodong Xie yaodong.xie@lawrence.edu
Ruby Liu shuxian.liu@lawrence.edu
Description
Chinese Students Association invites Chinese students and everyone who are interested and want to know more about Chinese culture and languages, to get involved and enjoy the events..
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Diversity
Co-op House
Meeting Information
Location: Co-op house; Day: Sundays; Time: 8pm; Frequency: weekly
Contacts
Amos John Egleston amos.j.egleston@lawrence.edu
Ethan Cole Penny ethan.c.penny@lawrence.edu
Clover Austin-Muehleck clover.austin-muehleck@lawrence.edu
Description
The Lawrence University McCarthy Co-operative House serves as one of the oldest organizations on campus that is determined to lessen our environmental footprint, most specifically through our food culture. We cook our own meals and purchase organic foods that are locally grown in order to support our community in every way we can.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Environmental
Cognitive Science Lawrence (CogSciLU)
Meeting Information
Location: Warch Campus center, Runkel ; Day: Thursday or Sunday; Time: 7pm or 12pm; Frequency: weekly
Contacts
Wenjia Hu wenjia.hu@lawrence.edu
Hunter Sean Dowds hunter.s.dowds@lawrence.edu
Meredith Luo yu.luo@lawrence.edu
Mark Phelan (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) mark.phelan@lawrence.edu
Violin Wang yonglin.wang@lawrence.edu
Description
1.Promote the study of and interest in Cognitive Science and interdisciplinary studies at Lawrence, by: - Discussing papers, doing presentations, and planning large events in weekly meetings - Showing Cognitive Science related media such as books and movies. - Collaborating with other clubs to promote interdisciplinary cooperation. 2.Build a community for Cognitive Science majors, minors and students in disciplines related to Cognitive Science, by: - Providing support for students considering a self-designed Cognitive Science major or minor. - Holding faculty panels on Cognitive Science topics. - Connecting Cognitive Science faculty members with the prospective Cognitive Science major/minor students - Visiting universities with Cognitive Science graduate programs - Arranging students and faculty conferences to strengthen community 3.Help provide general resources for members and the community, including course selection, advising, and research information, by: - Establishing a mentor program between our more senior members and newer members - Identifying and sharing research opportunities 4.Share knowledge of Cognitive Science with the Lawrence student body and general Appleton community, by: - Applying cognitive science knowledge to study tips and habits. - Volunteering in the Appleton community. 5.Help to build the official Cognitive Science major, by: - Lobbying the administration to create a Cognitive Science major. - Helping the selection of any new Cognitive Science professors. - Helping report students’ needs and wants for Cognitive Science as a discipline.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Departmental
College Democrats
Meeting Information
Location: 4th Floor Warch - Davis Room; Day: Mondays; Time: 7:30; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Stephanie M. Meyer stephanie.m.meyer@lawrence.edu
Gillian Rose Hines gillian.r.hines@lawrence.edu
Description
The Lawrence University College Democrats is a group dedicated to electing Democrats to office at the federal, state, and local level, and educating and empowering LU students to fight for the causes Democrats support.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Other
Colores: Empowering LGBTQ People of Color
Meeting Information
Location: Memorial 114; Day: Mondays; Time: 7 pm; Frequency: Every week
Contacts
Amy A. Ongiri (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) amy.a.ongiri@lawrence.edu
Spencer Quentin Washington spencer.q.washington@lawrence.edu
Description
Colores: Empowering LGBTQ People of Color serves students at the intersection of being people of color and LGBTQ.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Diversity
Social Justice
Creative Writing Club (CWC)
Meeting Information
Location: Runkel Room, Warch Center; Day: Sunday; Time: 4:00 pm; Frequency: weekly
Contacts
Karina Alexa Barajas karina.a.barajas@lawrence.edu
Description
CWC provides students with a group to workshop pieces of writing they have created and expose them to the writings of their peers. In addition, it keeps students actively writing in the midst of their busy Lawrence schedules.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Deep Listeners of Lawrence University
Meeting Information
Location: Shattuck 46; Day: Friday; Time: 7:00; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Brian G. Pertl (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) brian.g.pertl@lawrence.edu
Sally Elisabeth Alvarado sally.e.alvarado@lawrence.edu
Description
DLLU is an all-inclusive club that is focused on sharing a unique approach to music, literature, art, meditation, technology and healing through the music and practice of pioneer composer Pauline Oliveros. Through sonic meditation, exploration, improvisation and a holistic approach to life and listening we seek to foster a community of listeners that is mindful and focused on creative innovation. We achieve all of this through our weekly meetings, through organizing performances by the club, by organizing events that feature professional musicians in the scope of Deep Listening and by organizing workshops for the Lawrence Community with guests from the greater Deep Listening community.
Website
http://sorg.lawrence.edu/dllu
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Delta Gamma
Meeting Information
Location: Panhellenic Wing, Colman Hall; Day: Sunday; Time: 7pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Spencer L. Morgan (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) spencer.l.morgan@lawrence.edu
Fallon Rae Sellers fallon.r.sellers@lawrence.edu
Amanda G. Karnatz amanda.g.karnatz@lawrence.edu
Arianna Marie Fearing arianna.m.fearing@lawrence.edu
El Goblirsch eleanor.r.goblirsch@lawrence.edu
Jessica Lee Gehring jessica.l.gehring@lawrence.edu
Rachel Elizabeth Geiger rachel.e.geiger@lawrence.edu
Elisa Carloni elisa.carloni@lawrence.edu
Laura Beth Christenson laura.b.christenson@lawrence.edu
Dora Dujmic dora.dujmic@lawrence.edu
Elise Edwards elise.m.edwards@lawrence.edu
Sarah Stagg Grubbe sarah.s.grubbe@lawrence.edu
Description
The objects of this Fraternity shall be to foster high ideals of friendship among women, to promote their educational and cultural interests, to create in them a true sense of social responsibility and to develop in them the best qualities of character.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Greek Life
Delta Tau Delta
Meeting Information
Location: Delt Chapter Room; Day: Monday; Time: 10:00; Frequency: 1/Week Depending
Contacts
Rich Agness (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor)
Spencer L. Morgan (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) spencer.l.morgan@lawrence.edu
Mike Brady michael.r.brady@lawrence.edu
Nolan Robert Spencer nolan.r.spencer@lawrence.edu
Description
A nationally recognized Fraternity that encourages the brotherhood of like-minded men.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Greek Life
Diversity in Fine Arts (DIFA)
Meeting Information
Location: Wriston; Day: Tuesday; Time: 9:00pm; Frequency: Bi-Weekly
Contacts
Maddie Whitehead madison.s.whitehead@lawrence.edu
Angelica Hurtado angelica.hurtado@lawrence.edu
Christina Marie Sedall christina.m.sedall@lawrence.edu
Anne Haydock (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) anne.v.haydock@lawrence.edu
Description
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Diversity
Environmental Responsibility Committee (LUCC)
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Description
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Governance
Event Planning & Organization Committee (EPOC)
Meeting Information
Location: Arthur Vining Davis; Day: Monday; Time: 6:30 p.m.; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Nadir Christopher Carlson (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) nadir.c.carlson@lawrence.edu
Stephanie M. Meyer stephanie.m.meyer@lawrence.edu
Kathryn Camille Wyrobek kathryn.c.wyrobek@lawrence.edu
Description
Provide Student Body with a broad range of entertainment alternatives, maintain and coordinate all campus events as well as prevent any overlaps between them.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Programming
Fiddle Club
Meeting Information
Location: Shattuck 4 or Pertl's House; Day: Wednesday; Time: 7pm; Frequency: weekly
Contacts
Trace Irving Hybertson trace.i.hybertson@lawrence.edu
Lelia Ramagopal Pertl (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) leila.r.pertl@lawrence.edu
Maggie Isabelle Anderson maggie.i.anderson@lawrence.edu
McKenzie Fetters amanda.m.fetters@lawrence.edu
Description
Fiddlers of Lawrence University is a collaborative folk music ensemble that strives to provide an opportunity for both conservatory and non-conservatory musicians to play music in a fun, stress-free ensemble; broaden musical skills through aurally learning a variety of non-classical styles, such as old-time, bluegrass, jazz, Irish, Scottish, Finnish etc; and create a more holistic musical experience at Lawrence University for both musicians and audiences alike.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Film Photographers of LU
Meeting Information
Location: Steitz Darkroom; Day: Sunday; Time: 2:30; Frequency: every other week
Contacts
Julianna Faith Basile julianna.f.basile@lawrence.edu
Amos John Egleston amos.j.egleston@lawrence.edu
Description
We aim to make film photography more accessible for LU students and to foster creative growth on out campus through the use of our darkroom and other materials that are open to campus, as well as other learning opportunities and student exhibits.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Professional
Wellness and Recreation
Flag Football
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Description
Intramural Flag Football - no equipment beyond athletic shoes for running is necessary. 5-6 week season with games each Saturday Afternoon. No experience necessary to play. Sign up on the Intramurals Page - http://go.lawrence.edu/1420
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Club Sports
GlobeMed
Meeting Information
Location: Memorial Hall 105; Day: Wednesday; Time: 8pm ; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Judith Humphries (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) judith.humphries@lawrence.edu
Claudia Celine Arndt claudia.c.arndt@lawrence.edu
Ashlei M. Raifsnider ashlei.m.raifsnider@lawrence.edu
Description
GlobeMed aims to strengthen the movement for global health equity by empowering students and communities to work together to improve the health of the impoverished around the world.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Community Service
Social Justice
Great Midwest Trivia Contest
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: Tuesday; Time: 10; Frequency: Weekly fall and winter term
Contacts
Miranda Rachel Salazar miranda.r.salazar@lawrence.edu
Description
The Great Midwest Trivia Contest is the most cherished of Lawrence's many quirky traditions. The Head Master and twelve Trivia Masters organize the annual contest.
Website
http://blogs.lawrence.edu/trivia
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Programming
Greek Life Diversity Initiative
Meeting Information
Location: Memorial 002; Day: Thursday; Time: 8 pm; Frequency: Bi-weekly
Contacts
Lia Julianne Eldridge lia.j.eldridge@lawrence.edu
Hannah Allene Lindgren hannah.a.lindgren@lawrence.edu
Navin Rambharose navin.rambharose@lawrence.edu
Emma Sage Swidler emma.s.swidler@lawrence.edu
Description
To create an inclusive and supportive space for students of diverse backgrounds within Greek Life including work on but not limited to race, gender, sexual orientation, and socio-economic status. This group challenges each member within Greek Life to think about ways to be supportive of individuals from various identities in and outside of the Greek community.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Diversity
Greek Life
Social Justice
Greenfire
Meeting Information
Location: Elvira loft common room; Day: Monday; Time: 8:30; Frequency: Bi Weekly
Contacts
Jeffrey J. Clark (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) jeffrey.j.clark@lawrence.edu
Alex James Wetzel alex.j.wetzel@lawrence.edu
Alyssa Marie Ayen alyssa.m.ayen@lawrence.edu
Description
Greenfire is a student-run organization that seeks to educate The Lawrence Community about sustainability and advocate for environmental justice. Members plan collaborative activities, run campaigns, host speakers, and organize campus-wide events. Greenfire is nonpartisan and membership is open to everyone..
Website
http://www.lawrence.edu/sorg/greenfire/
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Diversity
Environmental
Social Justice
Hillel
Meeting Information
Location: Sabin House; Day: Friday; Time: 5:30 PM; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Ora Ruth Raymond ora.r.raymond@lawrence.edu
Eviatar Dov Shlosberg eviatar.d.shlosberg@lawrence.edu
Simone Ariella Levy simone.a.levy@lawrence.edu
Michael D. Mizrahi (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) michael.d.mizrahi@lawrence.edu
Elliot A. Ratzman (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) elliot.a.ratzman@lawrence.edu
Terra R. Winston (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) terra.r.winston@lawrence.edu
Description
We welcome all students to learn about and celebrate Jewish life and culture in a way that is welcoming, educational, and fun for the greater Lawrence community.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Religious
Honor Council
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Contacts
Geoff Gajewski (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor)
Description
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Governance
Humanities Diversity Initiative (HDI)
Meeting Information
Location: Strange Lounge; Day: Wednesday; Time: 5:00pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Miriam Grace Thew Forrester miriam.g.thewforrester@lawrence.edu
Celia B. Barnes (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) celia.b.barnes@lawrence.edu
Brigid Vance (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) brigid.e.vance@lawrence.edu
Alison C. Guenther-Pal (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) alison.c.guenther-pal@lawrence.edu
Description
HDI is the Humanities Diversity Initiative. Founded in September 2017, it serves as a student-faculty organization for the academic departments of the humanities at Lawrence University. HDI highlights and promotes dialogues about issues of diversity that are front and center to the humanities.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Diversity
Interfraternity Council (IFC)
Meeting Information
Location: Memorial Hall; Day: Tuesday; Time: 8:30 PM; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Jacqueline Arthur Moore arthur.j.moore@lawrence.edu
Julien Riviere julien.v.riviere@lawrence.edu
Mayan Rube Essak mayan.r.essak@lawrence.edu
Spencer L. Morgan (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) spencer.l.morgan@lawrence.edu
Max Wolnak maximilian.l.wolnak@lawrence.edu
Rudy Mueller-Schrader rudolf.mueller-schrader@lawrence.edu
Description
The Interfraternal council is an organization designed to increase fraternal involvement and leadership roles within the student body of Lawrence University.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Greek Life
Judicial Board
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Contacts
Nancy D. Truesdell (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) nancy.d.truesdell@lawrence.edu
Description
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Governance
K'lar Foam Fighting
Meeting Information
Location: The Greek Life Quad; Day: Saturday; Time: 3:00; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Cam Wilkins cameron.j.wilkins@lawrence.edu
Description
Knights of the Broken Sword is the Lawrence chapter of the Dagorhir Battle Games Association (DBGA). Dagorhir is a combat game played with foam weapons, in a fantasy setting based on the world of J.R.R. Tolkein. Participants take part in numerous battle games, create fantasy personae, craft garb, weapons, and armor, feast, and make merry with each other. No previous experience of any kind is necessary, and participants are free to focus on whatever aspect of the game is most appealing to them, whether they prefer to mainly fight, or focus solely on crafting.
Website
https://sites.google.com/site/klardagorhir
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All Clubs and Organizations
Club Sports
Kappa Alpha Theta
Meeting Information
Location: Panhellenic Wing; Day: Sunday; Time: 6:30; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Julia Marie Adams julia.m.adams@lawrence.edu
Jena Rose Bliss jena.r.bliss@lawrence.edu
Hailey Virginia Edwards hailey.v.edwards@lawrence.edu
Hannah Allene Lindgren hannah.a.lindgren@lawrence.edu
Claudia Jane Peterson claudia.j.peterson@lawrence.edu
Katherine Ella Stein katherine.e.stein@lawrence.edu
Clancy Anne Loebl clancy.a.loebl@lawrence.edu
Molly Jane Doruska molly.j.doruska@lawrence.edu
Maddie Whitehead madison.s.whitehead@lawrence.edu
Spencer L. Morgan (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) spencer.l.morgan@lawrence.edu
Description
Yesterday, today, and tomorrow, Kappa Alpha Theta exists to nurture each member throughout her college and alumna experience and to offer a lifelong opportunity for social, intellectual, and moral growth as she meets the higher and broader demands of mature life.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Greek Life
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Meeting Information
Location: Colman hall: Panhellenic wing; Day: Sunday; Time: 6:30/7:30; Frequency: weekly
Contacts
Spencer L. Morgan (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) spencer.l.morgan@lawrence.edu
Madeline Alexandra MacLean madeline.a.maclean@lawrence.edu
Emma Sage Swidler emma.s.swidler@lawrence.edu
Description
"Kappa Kappa Gamma is an organization of women, which seeks for every member throughout her life bonds of friendship, mutual support, opportunities for self-growth, respect for intellectual development, and an understanding of and an allegiance to positive ethical principles." -Mission Statement
Website
http://chapters.kappakappagamma.org/zetaepsilon/
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Community Service
Greek Life
Programming
Korean Culture Club (KCC)
Meeting Information
Location: Andrew Commons reservation; Day: Monday; Time: 05:30 PM; Frequency: Bi-weekly
Contacts
Matty Wegehaupt (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) matthew.wegehaupt@lawrence.edu
Kun Na keonho.na@lawrence.edu
Wonwoo Oh wonwoo.oh@lawrence.edu
Linh N Le linh.n.le@lawrence.edu
Description
The slogan of Korean Culture Club (KCC) is "we play, dance, and sing". We help everyone to enjoy Korean culture in every possible way..
Website
http://lukoreacultureclub.blogspot.com/
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Diversity
Lambda Sigma Society
Meeting Information
Location: WCC Cinema; Day: Sunday; Time: 4:30; Frequency: biweekly
Contacts
Ryn Hintz camryn.m.hintz@lawrence.edu
Paris D. Wicker (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor)
Description
The Alpha Pi chapter strives to uphold the scholastic and moral integrity while inspiring members of our campus community to do the same. Through our service efforts, we aim to enrich the lives of underprivileged children and foster academic fellowship.
Website
http://www.lawrence.edu/sorg/lambda_sigma/
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Honor Societies
Lawr. Inclusive Theatre (LIT)
Meeting Information
Location: Cloak Theatre; Day: Sunday; Time: 3:00 pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Samantha Lizbeth Torres samantha.l.torres@lawrence.edu
Grace L. Krueger grace.l.krueger@lawrence.edu
Caro Granner caroline.e.granner@lawrence.edu
Kathy Privatt (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) kathy.privatt@lawrence.edu
Description
Lawrence Inclusive Theatre seeks to make the Lawrence campus a place where all members of the community can learn and explore the field of theatre arts. We want the theatre work done at Lawrence to reflect the community and the world at large, exploring a wider range of stories, identities, and experiences.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Departmental
Diversity
Social Justice
Lawr Asian Diaspora Al (LADA)
Meeting Information
Location: Memorial Hall; Day: Wednesday; Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Phuong Anh Vu phuonganh.vu@lawrence.edu
Lavanya H. Murali (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) lavanya.h.murali@lawrence.edu
Ngan Nguyen ngan.p.nguyen@lawrence.edu
Description
Lawrence Asian Diaspora Alliance (LADA) is a student organization that provides all Asian students a space to understand subjective experiences of fellow Asian students, decolonize our understanding of Asian culture and history, implement social justice work in allyship to all other marginalized groups of campus, and help raise awareness of issues in the Asian communities with an intersectional and inclusive lens.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Diversity
Social Justice
Lawrence Assistance Reaching Youth (LARY Buddies)
Meeting Information
Location: Edison Elementary School ; Day: Monday through Friday ; Time: 8:30 am - 3:15 pm ; Frequency: 1 - 2 hours / week
Contacts
Kristi S. Hill (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) kristi.hill@lawrence.edu
Sophie Benoit Dion-Kirschner sophie.b.dion-kirschner@lawrence.edu
Description
The purpose of LARY (Lawrence Assistance Reaching Youth) is to provide mentorship to children in need of extra support at Edison Elementary School. LARY members fulfill this purpose by mentoring a child at Edison Elementary for two hours each week. This benefits the Lawrence community by providing opportunities for Lawrence students to mentor elementary-age children, gaining valuable experience and forming meaningful relationships.
Website
http://www.lawrence.edu/students/resources/volunteer/opportunities/ongoing/lary
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Community Service
Lawrence Christian Fellowship (LCF)
Meeting Information
Location: Mead-Witter Room, Warch ; Day: Wednesday; Time: 9:00pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Alan Parks (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) alan.e.parks@lawrence.edu
Ken Bozeman (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) kenneth.w.bozeman@lawrence.edu
Joanne H. Bozeman (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) joanne.h.bozeman@lawrence.edu
Neil Krzeski neil.krzeski@lawrence.edu
Carly Beyer carly.p.beyer@lawrence.edu
Description
In response to God’s love, grace, and truth: The purpose of Lawrence Christian Fellowship (LCF) is to establish and advance a witnessing community of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: grow in love for God, God’s word, God’s people of every ethnicity and culture and God’s purposes in the world.
Website
http://sorgs.lawrence.edu/lcf
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Religious
Lawrence Gaming Club
Meeting Information
Location: Gaming House (Quad 1); Day: Any day; Time: Anytime; Frequency: One all club meeting per term
Contacts
Angela M. Vanden Elzen (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) angela.vandenelzen@lawrence.edu
Daphne Thomas daphne.thomas@lawrence.edu
Description
Lawrence Gaming Club provides a community for gamers on campus. We are dedicated to creating an inclusive, fun, friendly group for any Lawrentians who share a passion for card, board, video games and beyond.
Website
http://lugaming.org
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Other
Lawrence Indoor Soccer Club (LISC)
Meeting Information
Location: Wellness Center ; Day: Saturday; Time: 3:00; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Erin Buenzli (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) erin.buenzli@lawrence.edu
Jawad Alweleidat jawad.alweleidat@lawrence.edu
Alex Gomez alexander.gomez@lawrence.edu
Description
Make friends, relieve stress, stay fit, and learn teamwork by playing the most popular sport in the world.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Club Sports
Wellness and Recreation
Lawrence International (LI)
Meeting Information
Location: Schumann room; Day: Thursday; Time: 6:00pm ; Frequency: Every other Thursday
Contacts
Leah D. McSorley (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) leah.d.mcsorley@lawrence.edu
Chau Q Le chau.p.le@lawrence.edu
Binita Rajbhandari binita.rajbhandari@lawrence.edu
Yidi Zhang yidi.zhang@lawrence.edu
Description
Lawrence International works toward increasing awareness and integration of international cultures within the Lawrence and Fox Cities communities. Both international and domestic students play key roles in achieving the goals of the club: helping LI foster a sense of community, enhancing camaraderie between its members, providing platforms for the presentation of diverse cultures, and creating exposure to global affairs and customs.
Website
http://www.lawrence.edu/students/resources/international/lawrence_international
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Diversity
Lawrence Pre-Law Society
Meeting Information
Location: Briggs Hall 206; Day: Monday; Time: 7PM; Frequency: Everyweek
Contacts
Emma Liu xiaoxiang.liu@lawrence.edu
David Gerard (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) david.gerard@lawrence.edu
Kia Thao (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) kia.thao@lawrence.edu
Andrea Ritziu andrea.ritziu@lawrence.edu
Description
Lawrence University Pre-Law Society serves as a student organization for all interested people in the general education and promotion of the legal field. This organization aims to provide pre-law resources, LSAT study preparation, law school admissions information, and networking opportunities through internships, work, and lawyer contacts. LU Pre-Law Society is open to the entire Lawrence University community and is founded on the principles of inclusion, education, collaboration, and advocacy. All intersectional identities are welcomed to join LU Pre-Law Society and feedback from the Lawrence University community is encouraged to making this space inclusive and useful for people entering the legal field.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Other
Lawrence Swing Dance (LSD)
Meeting Information
Location: Dance House Lounge ; Day: Sunday; Time: 7:00pm; Frequency: weekly
Contacts
Kathy Privatt (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) kathy.privatt@lawrence.edu
Aaron M. Sherkow (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) aaron.m.sherkow@lawrence.edu
Kate Martenis kathleen.c.martenis@lawrence.edu
Lily Greenfield olivia.greenfield@lawrence.edu
Description
Lawrence Swing Dance is a social dance club that promotes swing dancing as a recreational activity for members of both the Lawrence and Fox Valley communities. We provide opportunities for dancers of all experience levels by hosting weekly social dances and regular lessons, and by attending regional swing events.
Website
http://www.lawrence.edu/sorg/luswing/
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Wellness and Recreation
Lawrence University Ballet
Meeting Information
Location: Multipurpose Room; Day: Sunday; Time: 5:00pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Meryl Louise Carson meryl.l.carson@lawrence.edu
Description
The Lawrence University Ballet is a student dance group which provides instruction in Ballet technique for students of all dance experiences through weekly classes, events, and performances.
Website
http://sorg.lawrence.edu/ballet
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Wellness and Recreation
Lawrence University Bike Club (LUBC)
Meeting Information
Location: Arthur Vining Davis Room; Day: Friday; Time: 4:30-5:30pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Theo Anthony Arden theo.a.arden@lawrence.edu
Jason Lau jason.lau@lawrence.edu
Celine Amelia Stichert celine.a.stichert@lawrence.edu
Description
LU Bike Club promotes cycling culture through our on-campus bike shop and competitive cycling team in a fun and inclusive atmosphere.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Wellness and Recreation
Lawrence University Club of Innovation & Entrepreneurship (LUCIE)
Meeting Information
Location: Kramer Room; Day: Tuesdays; Time: 6:30pm; Frequency: When Needed
Contacts
Gary T. Vaughan (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) gary.t.vaughan@lawrence.edu
Savvas Sfairopoulos savvas.sfairopoulos@lawrence.edu
Description
The Lawrence University Club of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (LUCIE) promotes a collaborative space that promotes innovation and creativity within the Lawrence community through discussions, speakers, mentors, and student-faculty outreach programs.
Website
http://www.launchlu.com
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Other
Lawrence University Community Council
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Description
Lawrence University Community Council is the student governing body at Lawrence. The council has authority to legislate policies affecting non-curricular campus concerns. The president and vice president are elected through all-campus elections in which students and faculty may vote. Cabinet members are appointed by the president and vice president subject to approval by the council. Residence halls, theme and group houses, and off-campus students have representation on the council through 14 representatives elected by students within defined constituencies. Faculty members collectively appoint four representatives. The General Council usually meets bi-weekly throughout the academic year. Members serve on the council and also on one of several standing committees, including the Finance Committee, Steering Committee, and Polling, Elections, and Leadership Committee. Campus organizations may each designate an official liaison to the council who may take a seat at council meetings, participate in discussion, and recommend legislation to come before the council. Liaisons may not make motions or vote in council proceedings, however.
Website
http://www.lawrence.edu/students/student_life/lucc/
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Governance
Lawrence University Computer Science Club (LUCSC)
Meeting Information
Location: some changes tbd; Day: some changes tbd; Time: (none); Frequency: Biweekly
Contacts
Kir-Sey Fam kir-sey.fam@lawrence.edu
Description
The Lawrence University Computer Science Club strives to educate students beyond the course material. LUCSC seeks to provide hands on experience on software development techniques, a platform to team up to attend CMSC competitions (aka Hackathons) and education for the yearly ICPC.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Departmental
Professional
Programming
Lawrence University Food Recovery Network
Meeting Information
Location: Sabin House; Day: Thursday ; Time: 8:15; Frequency: weekly
Contacts
Julie A. Severance (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) julie.a.severance@lawrence.edu
Yaodong Xie yaodong.xie@lawrence.edu
Mark Jenike (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) mark.jenike@lawrence.edu
Jialun Yang jialun.yang@lawrence.edu
Meghan A. Murphy meghan.a.murphy@lawrence.edu
Kristi S. Hill (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) kristi.hill@lawrence.edu
Michaela Marie McElroy michaela.m.mcelroy@lawrence.edu
Zhiru Wang zhiru.wang@lawrence.edu
Description
The Lawrence University Food Recovery Network seeks to eliminate food waste on the Lawrence campus. We seek to develop and support a sustainable relationship between the campus and organizations in the Appleton community through regular food donations. As representatives of Lawrence, we are the connection between Bon Appetit and organizations who fight hunger in the Appleton area. We strive to prevent further food waste and promote awareness of sustainability issues in our food system.
Website
http://www.foodrecoverynetwork.org/
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Community Service
Environmental
Social Justice
Lawrence University Golf Club
Meeting Information
Location: Reid Golf Course; Day: Thursday, Saturday; Time: Varies; Frequency: Weekly
Description
LUGC is a club for anyone looking for a fun sport at either a competitive or social level. Instructional sessions will be offered as well as range and on course events.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Club Sports
Lawrence University Improv
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: Twice weekly, plus shows
Contacts
Nina Wilson nina.wilson@lawrence.edu
Grace Murray Reif grace.m.reif@lawrence.edu
Description
We are Best Friends Improv Team, and we host improv comedy shows and workshops on campus. Our main focus is long-form improv. We hold auditions at the beginning of the school year. For updates on upcoming events, check out our Facebook page: Best Friends Improv at Lawrence University.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Lawrence University KidsGive
Meeting Information
Location: Warch Campus Center; Day: Tuesday; Time: 5pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Dena Skran (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) claudena.skran@lawrence.edu
Michaela Marie McElroy michaela.m.mcelroy@lawrence.edu
Jonathan Caleb Rubin jonathan.c.rubin@lawrence.edu
Description
KidsGive is a Lawrence University affiliated nonprofit organization whose mission is to educate students in the United States about Sierra Leonean life and culture, and promote informed giving while providing children in Sierra Leone with the opportunity to learn and become the next great leaders of their generation.
Website
http://kidsgivesierraleone.wix.com/lawrence
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Community Service
Diversity
Social Justice
Lawrence University Nordic Ski Team (LUNST)
Meeting Information
Location: Wellness Center; Day: Tuesday-Friday; Time: 4:40 PM; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Maggie Isabelle Anderson maggie.i.anderson@lawrence.edu
Linder Wendt linder.wendt@lawrence.edu
Nate Wood nathaniel.m.wood@lawrence.edu
Meghan A. Murphy meghan.a.murphy@lawrence.edu
Description
Lawrence University Nordic Ski Team is a group of students that enjoy cross country (nordic) skiing. Skiing is both an excellent workout and a good way to get outdoors in the winter.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Club Sports
Wellness and Recreation
Lawrence University Pagan Society
Meeting Information
Location: Sabin House; Day: Friday; Time: 7:00; Frequency: Once a week(more on holidays)
Contacts
Kelsey Lynn Kaufmann kelsey.l.kaufmann@lawrence.edu
Izzy Guttosch isabel.m.guttosch@lawrence.edu
Britt Beermann britt.beermann@lawrence.edu
Jean Shoaf jean.shoaf@lawrence.edu
Description
We seek to provide community support and educational opportunities for the pagan community on campus as well as a meeting, social, and safe space for that community.
Website
http://sorg.lawrence.edu/pagansociety
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Religious
Lawrence University Premed Chapter AMSA (AMSA)
Meeting Information
Location: Runkel Room, 4th Floor Warch ; Day: Tuesday; Time: 7:30-8:30 PM; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Beth De Stasio (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) elizabeth.a.destasio@lawrence.edu
Stefan Debbert (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) stefan.debbert@lawrence.edu
Douglas S. Martin (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) douglas.s.martin@lawrence.edu
Matt Ansfield (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) matthew.ansfield@lawrence.edu
Izzy Beltz isabella.m.beltz@lawrence.edu
Jillian Rose Ward jillian.r.ward@lawrence.edu
Danielle Jean Dixon danielle.j.dixon@lawrence.edu
Description
The Lawrence Chapter of the Americal Medical Student Association serves to support undergraduate students interested in careers in medicine and health. The American Medical Student Association is committed to improving health care and healthcare delivery to all people; promoting active improvement in medical education; involving its members in the social, moral, and ethical obligations of the profession of medicine assisting in the improvement and understanding of world health problems; contributing to the welfare of medical students; premedical students, interns, residents, and post-MD/DO trainees; and advancing the profession of medicine. At Lawrence, AMSA strives to guide students on their path to post-graduate medical education and to serve the Lawrence and Appleton communities through service, education, and community involvement.
Website
http://www.lawrence.edu/sorg/amsa
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Community Service
Departmental
Diversity
Professional
Social Justice
Lawrence University Quizbowl
Meeting Information
Location: Steitz 230; Day: Tuesday, Thursday; Time: 7 PM Tues, 7 PM Thurs; Frequency: 2x/week
Contacts
Rishi Sanyal rishi.sanyal@lawrence.edu
Innes Lewontin Maxwell innes.l.maxwell@lawrence.edu
Description
Quizbowl is a team knowledge competition. Players use a buzzer system to score points for their team by answering questions on a wide range of academic topics. Lawrence University Quizbowl meets during the week for informal practice on real questions, and travels throughout the year to compete against teams from schools from across the country.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Other
Lawrence University Racquetball Guild (LURG)
Meeting Information
Location: Wellness Center; Day: Monday; Time: 8pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Karl Joseph Painter karl.j.painter@lawrence.edu
Elliot Samuel Cordano elliot.s.cordano@lawrence.edu
Nathan Laurence Williams nathan.l.williams@lawrence.edu
Description
To create an inclusive environment for bringing together students and faculty of different backgrounds so that they may bond in a non-academic setting.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Wellness and Recreation
Lawrence University Sailing Club (LUSC)
Meeting Information
Location: Fox Valley Sailing School; Day: Saturday and Sunday; Time: (none); Frequency: Weekends, Fall and Spring
Contacts
Sophie Benoit Dion-Kirschner sophie.b.dion-kirschner@lawrence.edu
Scotia Marie Dettweiler scotia.m.dettweiler@lawrence.edu
Description
The Lawrence University Sailing Club is dedicated to providing members of the Lawrence community with the opportunity to learn and practice safe and proper sailing techniques. The primary focus of the club is to provide recreational sailing opportunities as well as competitive sailing should the necessary skills and resources become available. The aim of the organization is to unite various members of the Lawrence community under one common interest.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Club Sports
Lawrence University Sexual Health
Meeting Information
Location: Briggs 224; Day: Thursday ; Time: 730 ; Frequency: Once a week
Contacts
Maddie Whitehead madison.s.whitehead@lawrence.edu
Gillian Rose Hines gillian.r.hines@lawrence.edu
Alison C. Guenther-Pal (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) alison.c.guenther-pal@lawrence.edu
Description
LUSH is a student organization dedicated to providing the Lawrence University campus with information needed to have a healthy sex life physically, mentally, and emotionally. This organization is also dedicated to service by helping at the local Planned Parenthood clinic and providing medically accurate sex education.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Wellness and Recreation
Lawrence University Student Chapter of the American Choral Directors Association
Meeting Information
Location: Conservatory ; Day: Usually Wednesdays; Time: Usually 4:23pm; Frequency: Biweekly to weekly as needed
Contacts
Stephen M. Sieck (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) stephen.m.sieck@lawrence.edu
Phillip A. Swan (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) phillip.a.swan@lawrence.edu
Sally Elisabeth Alvarado sally.e.alvarado@lawrence.edu
Kyle Richard Schleife kyle.r.schleife@lawrence.edu
Allie Danielle Horton allie.d.horton@lawrence.edu
Description
The mission of the LU chapter of the American Choral Directors Association is to inspire excellence in choral music through education, performance, composition, and advocacy.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Lawrence University Tea Lover's Club (TLC)
Meeting Information
Location: International House; Day: Sunday; Time: 1pm; Frequency: Weekly
Description
To expose members of the Lawrence community to other cultures and their traditions through their tea. To practice activities such as tea brewing, tea art, and tea ceremonies. To broaden views of members by acting as a safe social space, free from bias and discrimination, in which they may discuss their opinions on any topic with fellow members of the Lawrence community.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Wellness and Recreation
Lawrence University Unitarian Universalists (LUUU)
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Description
LUUU is a place where everyone is welcome, where spiritual and intellectual growth is encouraged, where the interdependent web of life is respected, and where students are taught to celebrate all the world's religions. LUUU aims to be a community for moral and spiritual support in this academic atmosphere.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Religious
Lawrence University Women's Hockey (LUWH)
Meeting Information
Location: Appleton Ice Center; Day: Mondays and Thursdays; Time: 9:30pm - 11:30pm; Frequency: Twice a week
Contacts
Karl Joseph Painter karl.j.painter@lawrence.edu
Emily Mclaughlin Palmer emily.m.palmer@lawrence.edu
Kate Youdell katherine.e.youdell@lawrence.edu
Description
We are dedicated to providing Lawrence women, regardless of experience level, the opportunity to participate in the camaraderie and athletic aspects associated with our club ice hockey team. We compete against other women's teams in the surrounding area, and practice on a regular basis during winter and spring terms.
Website
http://www.lawrence.edu/sorg/luwh/
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Club Sports
Lawrence University Womxn in Physics (LUWiP)
Meeting Information
Location: Physics Lounge - YOUN 106; Day: Tuesday; Time: 4:30 pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Megan Pickett (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) megan.pickett@lawrence.edu
Gretchen Anna Niederriter gretchen.a.niederriter@lawrence.edu
Sabrina Morgan Loehrke sabrina.m.loehrke@lawrence.edu
Willa Julia Dworschack willa.j.dworschack@lawrence.edu
Matthew R. Stoneking (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) matthew.r.stoneking@lawrence.edu
Description
LUWiP promotes diversity and strengthens the community of underrepresented students in the physics department. We host diverse speakers from different physics fields throughout the year, connect first year students with upper class mentors, curate a small library of textbooks and popular science books, and team up with other LU clubs for outreach in the local community.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Departmental
Diversity
Lawrence Vikings Dance Team (LVDT)
Meeting Information
Location: Esch-Hurvis/Multipurpose Room; Day: Tuesdays/Thursdays, Saturdays; Time: 6:00pm T/TH, 9:30am Sat; Frequency: Three times a week
Contacts
Sarah C. Schlichter (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) sarah.c.schlichter@lawrence.edu
Kye Faith Harris kye.f.harris@lawrence.edu
Hannah Rauch hannah.g.rauch@lawrence.edu
Description
The Lawrence University Dance Team is a competitive dance team with dancers from many different backgrounds and skill levels. This team brings extra spirit and a performance flare to half-times at both football and basketball games. LUDT holds very informal auditions in both fall and spring terms and has fundraising events throughout the year. LUDT also performs in the annual Fall and Spring dance shows. LUDT is co-captained by Elsie Tenpas and Arianna Fearing and was established in Fall 2014 by Jori Warwick, Natalie Ortega Wells, and Becca Tapia.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Wellness and Recreation
Lawrence Women in Science: A Scientista Chapter (LUWIS)
Meeting Information
Location: Steitz 127; Day: Wednesday; Time: 7pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Elizabeth Anna Bridgwater elizabeth.a.bridgwater@lawrence.edu
Deanna L. Donohoue (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) deanna.l.donohoue@lawrence.edu
Small-Fry Intia angela.f.intia@lawrence.edu
Safiya Clarke safiya.clarke@lawrence.edu
Description
The mission of this organization is to empower womxn and underrepresented gender identities working towards careers in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine (STEMM) by providing a strong campus community, online resources, and visible role models. In order to achieve these goals, LU Womxn and Underrepresented Gender Identities in the Sciences (WUGS) will provide programs and resources, including networking opportunities with successful scientists, STEMM, socials, workshops, and study groups.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Departmental
Diversity
Professional
Social Justice
Lawrentian (Newspaper)
Meeting Information
Location: Runkel Room; WCC Computer Lab; Day: Tuesday; Wednesday; Time: 9 p.m.; 5 p.m.; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Curt Lauderdale (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) curt.lauderdale@lawrence.edu
Andrew Steven Brown andrew.s.brown@lawrence.edu
Ali Shuger alixandra.m.shuger@lawrence.edu
Peter Nils Ericksen peter.n.ericksen@lawrence.edu
Description
Student newspaper. The Lawrentian, published since 1884, produces weekly issues and includes news, opinions, features, sports, arts, and entertainment.
Website
http://www.lawrentian.com/
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Media
Lawrentians Enhancing Diversity in the Sciences (LEDS)
Meeting Information
Location: Sabin House Living Room; Day: Tuesdays ; Time: 5pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Beth De Stasio (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) elizabeth.a.destasio@lawrence.edu
Bart T. De Stasio (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) bart.t.destasio@lawrence.edu
Deanna L. Donohoue (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) deanna.l.donohoue@lawrence.edu
Scott Corry (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) scott.corry@lawrence.edu
Eric Lewellyn (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor)
Safiya Clarke safiya.clarke@lawrence.edu
Description
Lawrentians Enhancing Diversity in Sciences (L.E.D.S.) is a group of students, staff, and faculty members working to create a community within the natural and social sciences that welcomes diverse perspectives and where open and honest dialogue is encouraged. Any students taking courses in the social and natural sciences who would like to help the Lawrence community become more inclusive in its approaches and aware of diversity issues in education and learning are welcome to join the group. We sponsor social events, academic discussions, and listen to student and faculty concerns.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Diversity
LU Alliance for Psychological Health (LUAPH)
Meeting Information
Location: Sabin House; Day: Thursday; Time: 7:00pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Aaron Neumann Pelavin aaron.n.pelavin@lawrence.edu
Erin Buenzli (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) erin.buenzli@lawrence.edu
Jorgie Ann Urban jorgie.a.urban@lawrence.edu
Jessica Amelia-Fern Robyns jessica.a.robyns@lawrence.edu
Description
Lawrence University Alliance for Psychological Health strives to combat stigma and create a safer space for students with mental health concerns through community outreach and administrative change. We take an intersectional approach in discussing mental health with those who have experience or know someone who has experience with mental health issues.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Diversity
Social Justice
Wellness and Recreation
LU Anime Union (LUAU)
Meeting Information
Location: Kraemer Room; Day: Saturdays; Time: 7:00pm to 10:00pm; Frequency: Once a week
Contacts
Kelsey Lynn Kaufmann kelsey.l.kaufmann@lawrence.edu
Alex Gesme alexander.gesme@lawrence.edu
Description
The Lawrence University Anime Union is an LUCC recognized student organization dedicated to celebrating Japanese and East Asian culture through popular media. We strive to bring our own piece of Japan right here to the Lawrence and greater Appleton community.
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All Clubs and Organizations
Other
LUaroo
Meeting Information
Location: Warch Campus Center; Day: Sunday; Time: 3pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Spencer Tweedy spencer.tweedy@lawrence.edu
Greg Griffin (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) gregory.l.griffin@lawrence.edu
Description
LUaroo is the campus's annual Spring music festival. It provides an opportunity for all students to come together, enjoy music & activities, and celebrate the end of the year.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Programming
LUCC Athl Conserv Engage (ACE)
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Contacts
El Goblirsch eleanor.r.goblirsch@lawrence.edu
Basil Eastman-Kiesow basil.h.eastman-kiesow@lawrence.edu
Description
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Governance
LUCC Comm on Diversity Affairs
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Contacts
Benjamin D. Rinehart (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) benjamin.rinehart@lawrence.edu
Jerry Podair (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) jerald.podair@lawrence.edu
Aly Brown alyana.t.brown@lawrence.edu
Alonzo Jordan Jackson alonzo.j.jackson@lawrence.edu
Description
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Governance
LUCC Finance Committee
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Contacts
Nancy D. Truesdell (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) nancy.d.truesdell@lawrence.edu
Description
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Governance
LUCC Polling, Elections, & Leadership Committee
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Description
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Governance
LUCC Publicity Committee
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Description
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Governance
LUCC Residence Life Committee
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Contacts
Matthew Fletcher Gerg matthew.f.gerg@lawrence.edu
Description
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Governance
LUCC Steering Committee
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Description
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Governance
LUCC Student Welfare Committee
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Contacts
Jack Kameron McGee jack.k.mcgee@lawrence.edu
Description
Student Welfare Committee is primarily concerned with effective communication between several campus offices and services and the student body, ITS, Facilities Services, Bon Appetit, and the Library. Students get a chance to work closely with staff to actually make a difference on campus. SWC implemented the Enterprise Car Share program, the shopping shuttle and recently updated the parking lottery procedure. SWC is a unique place where students, faculty and staff all have an equal say and all voices are heard.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Governance
LU Geological Society (LUGS)
Meeting Information
Location: Youngchild 218; Day: Thursday; Time: 7pm; Frequency: Usually every week
Contacts
Abbey Miranda abigail.m.miranda@lawrence.edu
Marcia Bjornerud (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) marcia.bjornerud@lawrence.edu
Jeffrey J. Clark (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) jeffrey.j.clark@lawrence.edu
Andrew Knudsen (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) andrew.knudsen@lawrence.edu
Dan Wilkes daniel.j.wilkes@lawrence.edu
Description
Interested in the Earth? Like being outdoors? Ever operated a rock saw? Want to learn more about the geosciences at Lawrence and beyond? Join the LU Geological Society (LUGS)! LUGS provides a setting for students curious about geology to explore the natural world together. Students from any major/discipline welcome!
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All Clubs and Organizations
Environmental
LU Model United Nations (LUMUN)
Meeting Information
Location: 401 Arthur Vining Davis Room ; Day: Monday; Time: 8:00 p.m.; Frequency: Weekly + Conferences
Contacts
Dena Skran (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) claudena.skran@lawrence.edu
Galini Poimenidou galini.poimenidou@lawrence.edu
Maria Poimenidou maria.poimenidou@lawrence.edu
Description
Lawrence University Model United Nations is an organization committed to promoting the understanding of global affairs. The organization educates members and the community about some of the most relevant and complex issues facing the world, through informational meetings and presentations. At the same time, the organization competes as a team in Conferences that challenge and polish student's leadership skills.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Diversity
Governance
Professional
Social Justice
LU Native Americans (LUNA)
Meeting Information
Location: Memorial Hall Room 114; Day: Thursday; Time: 7pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Brigetta F. Miller (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) brigetta.f.miller@lawrence.edu
Shelby Leigh Siebers shelby.l.siebers@lawrence.edu
Description
Lawrence University Native American Organization (LUNA) is an open group to all Lawrence students and community members interested in Native American/Indigenous cultures, issues, and relations. We will promote awareness about Native American/Indigenous cultures through education, in addition to being a support group for the students that identify as Native American/Indigenous.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Community Service
Diversity
Programming
Social Justice
LU Rowing Club (LURC)
Meeting Information
Location: Warch Campus Center; Day: Varies; Time: 6am or 5pm; Frequency: ave 3 times a week
Contacts
Erin Buenzli (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) erin.buenzli@lawrence.edu
Emily Rose Hill emily.r.hill@lawrence.edu
Description
The Lawrence University Rowing Club (LURC) is a student run club that works to promote the sport of rowing among its members and also the Lawrence community. Through hard work and determination we are able to compete locally and nationally while continuously working towards building a more competitive team.
Website
https://sorgs.lawrence.edu/crew/
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All Clubs and Organizations
Club Sports
LU Russian and Eastern European Club (LUREE)
Meeting Information
Location: International House; Day: Friday; Time: 4:30 PM; Frequency: Once a Week
Contacts
Peter John Thomas (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) peter.j.thomas@lawrence.edu
Elizabeth Krizenesky (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) elizabeth.krizenesky@lawrence.edu
Zachary Terrence Fithian zachary.t.fithian@lawrence.edu
Victoria V. Kononova (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) victoria.kononova@lawrence.edu
Abbey Miranda abigail.m.miranda@lawrence.edu
Description
LUREE is open to members of the Lawrence community interested in Slavic languages, cultures or histories. Our goal is to promote a deeper understanding of the Slavic soul by hosting events which celebrate Slavic tradition: regional dinners, the viewing of award-winning films, and singing traditional songs with our bayan.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Departmental
Diversity
LU Taijutsu
Meeting Information
Location: Multipurpose room, Wellness; Day: Sun/Weds; Time: 5:30/6; Frequency: Biweekly
Contacts
Ned Martenis william.e.martenis@lawrence.edu
Description
Learn harmonized conditioning of the mind and body by training in self-defense, defense of others, tools and meditation for a powerful, healthy lifestyle.
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All Clubs and Organizations
Wellness and Recreation
LU Women’s Lacrosse
Meeting Information
Location: Ormsby green; Day: Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays; Time: W/F 5-6 Sat. 2-3; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Ora Ruth Raymond ora.r.raymond@lawrence.edu
Colleen Kinkade Murray colleen.k.murray@lawrence.edu
Description
Lawrence University Women’s Lacrosse is for students of all genders and experience levels to learn and develop lacrosse skills. Our long-term goal for this group is to form a team that takes trips to other colleges to scrimmage with their teams and further develop our own skills.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Club Sports
Wellness and Recreation
Makerspace Club
Meeting Information
Location: Makerspace (in the Library); Day: Thursday; Time: 7 PM; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Angela M. Vanden Elzen angela.vandenelzen@lawrence.edu
Johanna Kopecky johanna.r.kopecky@lawrence.edu
Harsimran Singh Kalsi harsimran.s.kalsi@lawrence.edu
Description
Makerspace serves as a space for students to learn how to create in the Makerspace, and as a community for those using the Makerspace to come together. #makersgonnamake
Website
http://tinyurl.com/LUMakers
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Media
Professional
Melee Dance Troupe
Meeting Information
Location: Multipurpose Room (or Esch); Day: Mondays and Thursdays; Time: 7:00pm ; Frequency: 2x Week
Contacts
Tessa Clare Singer tessa.c.singer@lawrence.edu
Margaret S. Paek (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) margaret.s.paek@lawrence.edu
Brenna Patricia Stevens brenna.p.stevens@lawrence.edu
Description
Melee Dance Troupe is an open dance company that welcomes all experience levels to enjoy dance on campus! Through Melee, dancers come together to learn new styles of dance and to improve their skills, including choreography and teaching. Melee seeks to create a space for dancers of any style to express themselves individually and collaboratively and to enhance awareness for dance on campus. We also host the annual Fall and Spring Dance show.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Club Sports
Wellness and Recreation
Men Against Rape & Sexual Assault (MARS)
Meeting Information
Location: Runkel Room; Day: Tuesday; Time: 5 PM; Frequency: Bi-Weekly
Contacts
Eli Hubbard elias.b.hubbard@lawrence.edu
Rufino Cirilo Cacho rufino.c.cacho@lawrence.edu
Brian P. Piasecki (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) brian.p.piasecki@lawrence.edu
Description
Men Against Rape & Sexual Assault (MARS) considers the roots of sexual assault and sets a goal of prevention. Lawrence University currently has several effective committees and organizations that support victims, provide prevention/awareness training, and adjudicate violations of university policy. MARS complements and expands those services by education and training men, who represent the vast majority of sexual assault perpetrators.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Social Justice
Mortar Board
Meeting Information
Location: Organized for each meeting; Day: Changes for each meeting; Time: Changes for each meeting; Frequency: Bi-weekly
Contacts
Tim Spurgin (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) timothy.a.spurgin@lawrence.edu
Description
Mortar Board is a national college honor society for senior men and women. Mortar Board elects members at the end of their junior year on the basis of outstanding leadership, scholarship, and service to the academic community.
Website
http://www.lawrence.edu/sorg/mortar_board/
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All Clubs and Organizations
Honor Societies
National Association for Music Education (NAfME)
Meeting Information
Location: Conservatory; Day: Tuesday; Time: 8:00 pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Matthew R. Arau (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) matthew.r.arau@lawrence.edu
Tommy Dubnicka thomas.h.dubnicka@lawrence.edu
Jonathan Thomas Ibach jonathan.t.ibach@lawrence.edu
Description
The Lawrence chapter of NAfME promotes the philosophy of "Change the world; share music". We explore this mission and share our passion for music teaching and learning through interactive workshops, presentations by leading professionals in our field, and experiential projects both on our campus and in the greater community.
Website
https://sites.google.com/site/lunafme/
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Community Service
Programming
NeuroLawrence
Meeting Information
Location: Steitz 127; Day: Thursday; Time: 8:00pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Hunter Sean Dowds hunter.s.dowds@lawrence.edu
Nancy A. Wall (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) nancy.a.wall@lawrence.edu
Description
NeuroLawrence seeks to explore the different areas of neuroscience. We discuss how institutions share, abuse, misread, maintain, and obtain neuroscientific data. Through a liberal arts perspective, we seek to analyze how neuroscience is valuable and harmful to sociocultural structures. We also seek to introduce these themes to the Lawrence community through discussions, panels, presentations, and guest speakers. Thus, creating a community that can interpret the many uses of neuroscience.
Website
http://www.facebook.com/groups/418054208328652
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All Clubs and Organizations
Other
Outdoor Recreation Club (ORC)
Meeting Information
Location: Warch Campus Center Cinema ; Day: Tuesday; Time: 7:30 pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Jason Brozek (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) jason.brozek@lawrence.edu
Wini Waters winifred.s.waters@lawrence.edu
Caitlin Marie Houle caitlin.m.houle@lawrence.edu
Description
The Outdoor Recreation Club, commonly known as ORC, has organized and led trips for the Lawrence University community for over thirty years. This student run and student created club leads trips through Wisconsin and across the nation. ORC trips are open to all Lawrence students regardless of previous camping experience.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Club Sports
Environmental
Programming
Wellness and Recreation
Pan-Asian Organization (PAO)
Meeting Information
Location: 105 Memorial Hall; Day: Tuesday; Time: 8:00 pm; Frequency: weekly
Contacts
Lisa Tran lisa.tran@lawrence.edu
Pa Lee Moua (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor)
Keyla Valeria Higa keyla.v.higa@lawrence.edu
Description
Pan-Asian Organization aims to promote Asian awareness on campus and support Asians and Asian Americans in leadership development, empowerment and social involvement. We will achieve these goals by hosting educational events, community activities, philanthropy work and discussion forums.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Diversity
Panhellenic Council (Panhel)
Meeting Information
Location: Memorial 002; Day: Monday; Time: 7:00; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Hailey Virginia Edwards hailey.v.edwards@lawrence.edu
Zhiru Wang zhiru.wang@lawrence.edu
Brielle E. Petit brielle.petit@lawrence.edu
Anna Elaina Pell anna.e.pell@lawrence.edu
Spencer L. Morgan (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) spencer.l.morgan@lawrence.edu
Description
Lawrence University's Panhellenic Council is the governing body of the three womens fraternities on campus: Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, and Delta Gamma. All three of the women's fraternities (or sororities) have a long and proud history in the US and at Lawrence. Each sorority was founded on principles of integrity, intellectual development, philanthropy, and life bonds of friendship. At Lawrence, philanthropy and academic excellence are the main focuses of our women's fraternities. We put on many of our own events and volunteer in a variety of philanthropic events as well.
Website
http://lupanhel.wix.com/panhellenic-council
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All Clubs and Organizations
Greek Life
People for Animal Welfare (PAW)
Meeting Information
Location: Warch 4th Floor; Day: Wednesday; Time: 7:45; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Cynfor Chenghui Lu cynfor.c.lu@lawrence.edu
Kristi S. Hill (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) kristi.hill@lawrence.edu
Michaela Lynn Rabideau michaela.l.rabideau@lawrence.edu
Description
People for Animal Welfare (PAW) is committed to providing animal welfare education and involvement opportunities for students locally through volunteering, fundraising, and group activities.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Community Service
Performers Enhancing Diversity at Lawrence
Meeting Information
Location: Conservatory; Day: Thursday; Time: 8:15pm; Frequency: Every other week
Contacts
Stephen M. Sieck (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) stephen.m.sieck@lawrence.edu
Description
PEDAL is an organization that facilitates dialogue among students and faculty by creating safe spaces to learn about and discuss issues of diversity in the performing arts, including group meetings and conversations, moderated panel discussions, and talks led by guest lecturers.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Departmental
Diversity
Programming
Social Justice
Phi Kappa Tau
Meeting Information
Location: PKT Actives Room (Big Exec); Day: Saturday; Time: 12pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Jay Dansand (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) jeremiah.j.dansand@lawrence.edu
Spencer L. Morgan (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) spencer.l.morgan@lawrence.edu
Jacqueline Arthur Moore arthur.j.moore@lawrence.edu
Description
The mission of Phi Kappa Tau is to champion a lifelong commitment to brotherhood, learning, ethical leadership and exemplary character.
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All Clubs and Organizations
Greek Life
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia
Meeting Information
Location: 212 S Durkee St.; Mary Loft; Day: Sunday; Time: 6 pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Craig Daffron Jordan craig.d.jordan@lawrence.edu
Matthew R. Arau (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) matthew.r.arau@lawrence.edu
Description
Lawrence's Gamma Zeta chapter is one of the most active chapters in the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Music Fraternity, having the largest number of members within the province. With its newest group of initiates, this chapter plan on further developing its presence both on and off campus through volunteer service, funding on-campus entertainment, and making music available to all.
Website
http://www.lawrence.edu/sorg/sinfonia/
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Greek Life
Political Open Discussions POD
Meeting Information
Location: Arthur Vining Davis Room, WCC; Day: Wednesday; Time: 7:00pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Cristy Sada Segovia cristina.sadasegovia@lawrence.edu
Description
Political Open Discussions is an organization that encourages students of all political backgrounds to voice their opinions. Formal debates or panels are held once per term, and informal political discussions are held weekly.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Governance
Prescribed Escape Productions (PEP)
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: Twice a Term Min.
Contacts
Willa Julia Dworschack willa.j.dworschack@lawrence.edu
Matthew Todd Hjelle matthew.t.hjelle@lawrence.edu
Description
Prescribed Escape Productions (PEP) is an independent inclusive student-run theatre company which aims to provide Lawrence students both inside and outside the theater department with a outlet to express their enthusiasm in theater through well produced productions.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Respectful and Tasteful Satire
Meeting Information
Location: Seeley G. Mudd Library 401; Day: Tuesday; Time: 7:00pm; Frequency: Every other week
Contacts
Jessenia Jasmin Zelaya jessenia.j.zelaya@lawrence.edu
Charity A. Rasmussen charity.a.rasmussen@lawrence.edu
Description
Are you sick and tired of all the seriousness of life? Well, you can't escape it, but you sure can write about it. Join RATS, a student-run satire club geared towards producing respectful and tasteful satire. Our publication is "The Lawrence Indifference," and it is released once a term.
Website
http://lurats.wordpress.com
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All Clubs and Organizations
Media
RiseUp
Meeting Information
Location: Appleton West High School; Day: Tuesdays or Wednesdays; Time: 5:15-6:50 p.m. Meet at Wriston; Frequency: Every week
Contacts
Andrea Lara andrea.lara@lawrence.edu
Gaelyn Rose (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) gaelyn.rose@lawrence.edu
Papo Morales carlos.a.morales@lawrence.edu
Description
Reaching Into Scholastic Excellence University Program (RiseUp) is a student-led volunteer organization dedicated to helping local first generation, low socioeconomic high school students from the Appleton community on their journey in applying and attending college. Its purpose is to provide the necessary academic and moral support for students who do not have the resources or encouragement to go to college, but have the desire and drive to. Its effort is to get rid of the socioeconomic barrier that segregates colleges and school systems everywhere. In addition, it will help lead to the success of first generation college students and provide more diversity in schools. By creating a relationship between college and high school students, both Lawrence University and the Appleton community will be able to make a small difference in the lives of those students who need it.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Community Service
Social Justice
Roosevelt Institute - Lawrence University Chapter
Meeting Information
Location: Runkel Room; Day: Wednesday; Time: 8:00; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Dena Skran (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) claudena.skran@lawrence.edu
Ben Lunzer benjamin.t.lunzer@lawrence.edu
Maddie Whitehead madison.s.whitehead@lawrence.edu
Description
The mission of the Lawrence University chapter of the Roosevelt Institute is to engage undergraduate students at Lawrence University in research, deliberation, and advocacy of innovative policy ideas to empower young generations in political activism and change. Roosevelt members work on policy projects that will have real impacts in students' communities on the local, state, and national level.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Community Service
Diversity
Governance
Professional
Social Justice
She's the First
Meeting Information
Location: Memorial 105; Day: Wednesdays; Time: 6-7; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Ashlei M. Raifsnider ashlei.m.raifsnider@lawrence.edu
Description
She's the First fights gender inequality through education. We support girls who will be first in their families to graduate from high school & train students everywhere to be global leaders.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Social Justice
Sigma Alpha Iota (SAI)
Meeting Information
Location: SAI room ; Day: Sunday; Time: 9:00pm; Frequency: weekly
Contacts
Catherine Sue Walby (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) catherine.walby@lawrence.edu
Paris D. Wicker (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor)
Description
Sigma Alpha Iota is a professional women's music fraternity. We come together to share music with each other and the surrounding communities. We volunteer biweekly at Heritage Senior Center by performing music in the lobby. We have special events throughout the year with local schools, Girl Scouts, and the local YMCA. We also perform for each other regularly and support each other in our musical and everyday lives.
Website
http://www.lawrence.edu/sorg/sigma_alpha_iota/
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All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Community Service
Greek Life
Professional
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Meeting Information
Location: Basement of 218 S. Lawe St. ; Day: Sunday ; Time: 6:30; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Spencer L. Morgan (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) spencer.l.morgan@lawrence.edu
Evan Alexander Stroud evan.a.stroud@lawrence.edu
Pablo Alexander Lopez-Reyna pablo.a.lopez-reyna@lawrence.edu
Mathew Larosiliere mathew.larosiliere@lawrence.edu
Connor J. Maloney connor.j.maloney@lawrence.edu
Kazuma Kennan Noguchi kazuma.k.noguchi@lawrence.edu
Description
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Greek Life
Slacklining Club
Meeting Information
Location: Main Hall Green; Day: Saturday; Time: 2:00 pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Leo Mayer leopold.e.mayer@lawrence.edu
Description
Slacklining is a fun and rewarding activity that is similar to tightrope walking. We have weekly slacklining sessions when the weather permits.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Wellness and Recreation
Slam Poetry Club (SPC)
Meeting Information
Location: Memorial 115; Day: Monday; Time: 7:00; Frequency: 1 hour
Contacts
Shauna Renee Simmons shauna.r.simmons@lawrence.edu
Karina Alexa Barajas karina.a.barajas@lawrence.edu
Description
The purpose of Slam Poetry Club is to provide a place where students in the Lawrence community can come together to celebrate the art of slam poetry through creating and performing pieces of their own work and holding termly events to expand the culture to the community. The Slam Poetry Club provides students a time and place in which they can show case and express their ideas, opinions, beliefs through many poetic forms. In our weekly meetings we will allow time for poets to write, learn other forms of poetry, expand on the education of poetry, share pieces that they have written and plan termly events in which we can share our poetry to the rest of the LU community. Slam Poetry is a very expressive, interactive art that is unlike any other forms of writing. As an organization, our purpose is to use Slam Poetry to help members of the LU community find their voice and use it to Inspire, Connect, and Express.
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All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Diversity
Social Justice
Wellness and Recreation
Soccer - Intramural
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Description
Intramural Soccer - Come play with classmates and professors in the Wellness Center. No equipment beyond athletic shoes is necessary. 5-7 week season with games each Wednesday evening. Little to no experience necessary to play. Sign up on the Intramurals Page - http://go.lawrence.edu/1420
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All Clubs and Organizations
Club Sports
Society of Physics Students (SPS)
Meeting Information
Location: Youngchild 104; Day: Thursdays; Time: 4:30; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Emma Louise Fletcher emma.l.fletcher@lawrence.edu
Sabrina Morgan Loehrke sabrina.m.loehrke@lawrence.edu
Douglas S. Martin (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) douglas.s.martin@lawrence.edu
Description
The Society of Physics Students aims to promote social activity among Students studying physics. SPS coordinates physics related events such as departmental parties, trips to scientific research facilities and student-faculty picnics. We encourage students to pursue physics by creating an engaging and inclusive atmosphere.
Website
http://www.lawrence.edu/dept/physics/sps
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All Clubs and Organizations
Departmental
Soft In The Middle Men's Ultimate Frisbee Team
Meeting Information
Location: Frisbee House/ Telulah Park; Day: MTTHSa; Time: 4:30; Frequency: 4x a week
Contacts
Cas Burr caswell.w.burr@lawrence.edu
Shengting Hou shengting.hou@lawrence.edu
Description
We are here to promote the game of Ultimate Frisbee on the Lawrence University campus. We hope to bring key parts of Ultimate to LU like the "spirit of the game", camaraderie, and good sportsmanship.
Website
http://www.luultimate.org/
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All Clubs and Organizations
Club Sports
Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC)
Meeting Information
Location: Kraemer Room; Day: Thursdays; Time: 11:00am; Frequency: Every other week
Contacts
Ashley L. Wellman (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor)
Kathy Privatt (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) kathy.privatt@lawrence.edu
Description
The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) of Lawrence University exists to strengthen the relationship between Lawrence athletes and the university administration, promote Lawrence athletics within the campus and Appleton communities, and enhance the total student-athlete experience.
Website
https://www.lawrence.edu/athletics/lawrence_saac
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Wellness and Recreation
Student Alliance Against Sexual Harassment and Assault (SAASHA)
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Description
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Other
Student Panel of the LU Symphony Orchestra
Meeting Information
Location: Con: Music-Drama 146; Day: Tuesday; Time: 8:00pm; Frequency: Biweekly
Contacts
McKenzie Fetters amanda.m.fetters@lawrence.edu
Mark Dupere (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) mark.dupere@lawrence.edu
Abigail Elizabeth Keefe abigail.e.keefe@lawrence.edu
Description
SPLUSO invites orchestra members to engage with unifying and promoting our ensemble to the Lawrence and Appleton communities, through making performances more accessible to everyone, regardless of their knowledge of classical music.
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All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Departmental
Student Produced Amateur Musical Productions at Lawrence University (SPAMALU)
Meeting Information
Location: Cloak Theatre; Day: Sun-Thurs; Time: 7:00pm; Frequency: Every Day Sun-Thurs
Contacts
Maggie Smith margaret.e.smith@lawrence.edu
Mikaela Lilly Bolker mikaela.l.bolker@lawrence.edu
Phillip A. Swan (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) phillip.a.swan@lawrence.edu
Description
SPAMALU seeks to give student performing artists the opportunity to organize, produce, and create every aspect of a full length musical production
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Students of Lawrence Studio (SOL Studio)
Meeting Information
Location: 420 East College Avenue; Day: Thursday ; Time: 7:00PM; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Larry C. Darling (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) larry.c.darling@lawrence.edu
Adrian Nana Kwesi Opon adrian.n.opon@lawrence.edu
Daniel George Green daniel.g.green@lawrence.edu
Hyland Alexis Flores hyland.a.flores@lawrence.edu
Wasonu Omari Aswad Allen wasonu.o.allen@lawrence.edu
Description
SOL Studios is a student run recording studio on the Lawrence University campus. Located in the Conservatory, it is a free service to all students and acts as a training ground for those interested in learning the intricacies of modern recording technology.
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All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Sustainable Lawrence University Garden (SLUG)
Meeting Information
Location: Youngchild Hall 218; Day: Tuesday ; Time: 6 p.m.; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Jeffrey J. Clark (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) jeffrey.j.clark@lawrence.edu
Erik Noel Nordstrom erik.n.nordstrom@lawrence.edu
Anna Grace Cohen anna.g.cohen@lawrence.edu
Description
SLUG grows fresh produce for the Lawrence community using sustainable agricultural methods in our garden, orchard, and apiary. SLUG actively educates and fosters dialogue within the Lawrence and Fox Cities community about sustainable agriculture in order to create a more just food system and a stronger community.
Website
http://sustainablelawrenceuniversitygardens.wordpress.com
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Community Service
Environmental
Social Justice
Wellness and Recreation
The ilLUstrator
Meeting Information
Location: Memo 104; Day: Monday; Time: 8:00; Frequency: weekly
Contacts
Rob Neilson (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) rob.neilson@lawrence.edu
Claire Elizabeth Zimmerman claire.e.zimmerman@lawrence.edu
Description
We intend to create a space for students to read, discuss, and create comics and graphic narratives. In addition to these social meetings, we hope to collect student comic submissions and publish them each term as a regular student literary publication, which will be free and available to everyone on campus.
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All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Tropos (Literary Magazine)
Meeting Information
Location: Library, room 401; Day: Thursday; Time: 8 p.m.; Frequency: Depends on submissions
Contacts
Tina Schrage christina.r.schrage@lawrence.edu
Description
Tropos is the Lawrence University literary and arts magazine. Every year the students involved in Tropos create a magazine of the original work of Lawrence students. To submit your original artwork, poetry, or prose to Tropos, send it to tropos@lawrence.edu.
Website
http://www.lawrence.edu/sorg/tropos/
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Media
Vietnamese Culture Organization (VCO)
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: Tuesday; Time: 7pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Victor Nguyen hoang.v.nguyen@lawrence.edu
Kolor Nguyen linh.khanh.nguyen@lawrence.edu
Linh Mai Thao Tran linh.m.tran@lawrence.edu
Description
VCO is created because of the need to have a space for Vietnamese students to celebrate their own cultures, and to bring a safe place for Vietnamese students to come and learn about Lawrence, helping the new students to fit in the campus, and foster a relationship between Vietnamese alumni – current Vietnamese students and incoming freshman. However, the club’s mission is beyond Vietnamese students, as we want to promote Vietnamese cultures to not only students in campus, but also try to reach out to faculties and Appleton community. We have been doing that for several years individually, and now we notice we should have a more structure organization to spread the impact of Vietnamese culture on a broader scale
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All Clubs and Organizations
Diversity
VIVA Hispanic Cultural Club
Meeting Information
Location: International House; Day: Tuesday; Time: 8:00 pm; Frequency: Biweekly
Contacts
Daniel Alejandro Vaca Arboleda daniel.a.vacaarboleda@lawrence.edu
Thelma B. Jimenez-Anglada thelma.jimenez-anglada@lawrence.edu
Julian Garrido Tomasini julian.garridotomasini@lawrence.edu
Description
VIVA Hispanic Club is an organization promoting awareness of Hispanic culture and celebrating its richness. Through campus programming, special events, and community service, we hope to educate the Lawrence campus and the greater Appleton community about Hispanic issues. VIVA is not limited solely to Latinos and Spanish speakers, but welcomes any individual regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or nationality.
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All Clubs and Organizations
Community Service
Diversity
Volleyball - Intramural
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Description
Intramural Volleyball - Come play with classmates and staff in the Wellness Center. No equipment beyond athletic shoes is necessary. 5-7 week season with games each Thursday evening. Little to no experience necessary to play. Sign up on the Intramurals Page - http://go.lawrence.edu/1420
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Club Sports
Volunteers in Tutoring at Lawrence (VITAL)
Meeting Information
Location: Seely G. Mudd Library/ VCSC; Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Contacts
Kristi S. Hill (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) kristi.hill@lawrence.edu
Papo Morales carlos.a.morales@lawrence.edu
Description
Volunteers in Tutoring at Lawrence (VITAL) program is a free service provided by Lawrence student volunteers for K-12 grade students in the Fox Valley area. The VITAL program matches K-12 grade students from Appleton schools with the greatest academic need to Lawrence student volunteer tutors. Individual and group tutors are required to meet with their tutees once a week for at least ½ hour to 1 hour at the Seeley G. Mudd Library at Lawrence University. Volunteer hours are submitted to the tutor’s academic record and can fulfill various organization requirements. Through individual tutor-tutee relationships, VITAL is committed to encouraging all students to persevere in their studies and have confidence in their work. The VITAL program also greatly benefits participating tutors as they learn to express clearly and communicate effectively with their tutees.
Website
http://www.lawrence.edu/students/resources/volunteer/opportunities/ongoing/vital
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Community Service
Wellness Committee
Meeting Information
Location: 4th Floor Warch - Runkel Room; Day: Monday; Time: 9:00pm; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Erin Buenzli (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) erin.buenzli@lawrence.edu
Arianna Karlin Cohen arianna.k.cohen@lawrence.edu
Description
The Wellness Committee is the student part of the WelLU initiative and we work to promote general health and wellness on campus.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Governance
Wellness and Recreation
WLFM Advisory Committee
Meeting Information
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Description
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Governance
WLFM Lawrence Student Radio
Meeting Information
Location: WLFM Studios; Day: Monday; Time: 9:30 pm; Frequency: Termly
Contacts
Amy Uecke (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) amy.uecke@lawrence.edu
Brian G. Pertl (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) brian.g.pertl@lawrence.edu
Elijah John Kuhaupt elijah.j.kuhaupt@lawrence.edu
Spencer Tweedy spencer.tweedy@lawrence.edu
Description
WLFM is Lawrence University's student radio station. It has broadcasted continuously—first as an FM radio station and now as an internet stream—since 1956. The station's programming is created by student DJs who host music- and talk-based shows. Additionally, the station sponsors music- and sound-related campus events.
Website
http://www.wlfmradio.lawrence.edu
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Arts, Music, Theater
Media
Women's Longboarding Club (WLC)
Meeting Information
Location: Behind Sage Hall; Day: Sundays; Time: 3:30PM; Frequency: Weekly
Contacts
Sophie Penniman sophie.j.penniman@lawrence.edu
Description
A longboarding club geared towards encouraging beginners as well as those with experience to hone their skills and build confidence, as well as discuss women's issues, women in sports, and longboarding. Meetings include lessons, discussions, and regular group rides. People of all genders and levels of experience are welcome to join.
Categories
All Clubs and Organizations
Wellness and Recreation
Women's Ultimate Frisbee
Meeting Information
Location: Women's Frisbee house; Day: MWR; Time: 4:30; Frequency: (none)
Contacts
Rachel Hayden Cole rachel.h.cole@lawrence.edu
Description
Vici is LU's women's ultimate frisbee team, a diverse group of women dedicated to teaching and learning the game of frisbee. Vici promotes healthy lifestyle, team work, integrity, and the spirit of the game. Not only do we attend tournaments locally, we have competed in tournaments from Madison, WI to Grinnell, IA, to Northfield, MN, and to Myrtle Beach, SC! We are a group of women committed to having fun, playing hard, and creating lasting friendships.
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Club Sports

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