National Public Radio, June 29, 2020
Ken Anselment, vice president for enrollment and communication, joins more than 300 other admissions leaders in signing a statement to prospective students acknowledging the obstacles and challenges presented in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Los Angeles Times, June 29, 2020
Peter Glick, Henry Merritt Wriston Professor of the Social Sciences and professor of psychology, discusses why some men refuse to wear masks amid the COVID-19 pandemic and ways in which they might be persuaded.
WFRV-TV Channel 5, June 22, 2020
Kimberly Barrett, vice president for diversity and inclusion and associate dean of the faculty, helps launch community conversation guides to help people talk about race, part of an effort by Imagine Fox Cities.
The Advocate, June 20, 2020
Helen Boyd Kramer, instructor of gender studies, is honored as one of The Advocate's 2020 Champions of Pride.
The Post-Crescent, June 5, 2020
Israel Del Toro, assistant professor of biology, talks about the benefits to the local bee population thanks to Appleton's No Mow May efforts.
WLUK-TV Fox 11, June 4, 2020
Kimberly Barrett, vice president for diversity and inclusion and associate dean of the faculty, talks about the need for new conversations as we make real changes in the wake of the death of George Floyd.
WHBY Radio, June 3, 2020
President Mark Burstein joined radio host Josh Dukelow '02 to talk about how Lawrence has persevered through the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Progressatorium Podcast, June 2, 2020
Brian Pertl, dean of the Lawrence Conservatory, talks about life in the Con during COVID-19 and his vision for music education in the 21st century.
Madison.com, June 1, 2020
Mike O'Connor, the Riaz Waraich Dean of the Center for Career, Life and Community Engagement, writes an open letter to 2020 college graduates.
WFRV-TV Channel 5, May 26, 2020
Kathy Privatt's theater students present a live radio drama via Zoom.
The New Yorker, May 26, 2020
Jack Nilles '54 gets some attention for his early ideas on telecommuting, a topic of great interest these days as work-from-home becomes the norm during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The New Yorker, May 25, 2020
Tom Zoellner '91 had his book, Island on Fire, reviewed in The New Yorker.
Wisconsin Public Radio, May 19, 2020
President Mark Burstein takes part in a Morning Show conversation about higher education and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fox Cities Magazine, May 18, 2020
Sophie Dion-Kirschner '20 talks about graduating in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Open Campus, May 15, 2020
President Mark Burstein featured in a story about the important relationship between a college president and the local mayor.
The Post-Crescent, May 14, 2020
Jessenia Zelaya '20 speaks about the frustrations and challenges of graduating in the midst of the pandemic.
NBC 26, May 4, 2020
Israel Del Toro, assistant professor of biology, talks about the threat of Asian giant hornets to the U.S. honey bee population.
Washington Post, May 4, 2020
On the 50th anniversary of the Kent State shootings, Jerald Podair, Robert S. French Professor of American Studies and professor of history, and his co-authors of "Republican Populist: Spiro Agnew and the Origins of Donald Trump's America," wrote a column about the dangers of harsh rhetoric by political leaders.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel/The Post-Crescent, May 1, 2020
Ken Anselment, vice president for enrollment and communication, talks about the challenges for college admissions amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Scientific American, April 30, 2020
Peter Glick, Henry Merritt Wriston Professor of the Social Sciences and professor of psychology, writes a commentary on Vice President Mike Pence not wearing a mask while touring the Mayo Clinic.
WLUK-TV Fox 11, April 28, 2020
Report on Lawrence University Jazz Band winning a national DownBeat Award, the third consecutive year Lawrence has won one of the national awards for undergraduate music education.
The Post-Crescent, April 24, 2020
In an effort to be a good community partner, Lawrence University makes one of its residence halls available to the City of Appleton for four months during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Wisconsin Public Radio, April 20, 2020
Music professor Ann Ellsworth discusses some of the ways she is transitioning music education to distance learning during Spring Term.
Los Angeles Review of Books, April 14, 2020
Jerald Podair, the Robert French Professor of American Studies and professor of history, reviews Set the Night on Fire, a look at 1960s Los Angeles by Mike Davis and Jon Wiener.
The Post-Crescent, April 13, 2020
Jake Woodford '13, special assistant to the president at Lawrence for the past seven years, is elected mayor of Appleton.
Spectrum 1 News, April 11, 2020
Mudd Library Director Peter Gilbert talks about prepping materials for use in classes during distance learning and how the tech tools and skills being developed may have long-lasting benefits.
Slate, April 11, 2020
Anastasia Day '12 talks about the role "victory gardens" played in the U.S. during World War II and how there are similarities at play during the COVID-19 pandemic.
WHBY Radio, April 8, 2020
Christyn Abaray, assistant to the president, talks about Lawrence donating more than 25 boxes of protective equipment to the City of Appleton for use by health care providers and first responders in the fight against COVID-19.
Spectrum 1 News, April 4, 2020
Kristi Hill, director of the Center for Community Engagement and Social Change, talks about Lawrence's involvement in a program that has college students volunteering to tutor younger students online during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chicago Tribune, March 30, 2020
Paul McComas '83 talks about difficulties for artists amid COVID-19 cancellations. He had been scheduled to perform at Lawrence in March.
Wisconsin Public Radio, March 30, 2020
Ken Anselment, vice president for enrollment and communication, speaks on how the university is handling housing and dining fees during spring term.
Spectrum 1 News, March 26, 2020
Assistant Professor of Music Andrew Crooks talks about Artist Relief Tree, the nationwide fund-raiser he helped launch to aid artists put out of work by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Post-Crescent and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, March 17, 2020
Conservatory students come together to perform Felix Mendelssohn's "Elijah" in an emotional performance before the end of winter term and the start of distance learning. The video went viral and the Journal Sentinel wrote about it.
Inside Higher Ed, March 16, 2020
Ken Anselment, vice president for enrollment and communication, talks about challenges in recruiting students in an environment where campus visits can't happen.
CNN, March 10, 2020
Jerald Podair, the Robert French Professor of American Studies and professor of history, talks about how socialism has played historically among African American voters.
Valley Review, March 8, 2020
Preview of "Fool for Love," as Paul McComas '83 brings the Sam Shepard production to Cloak Theater as a fund-raiser for the Fred Gaines Student Playwright Series.
Fox Cities Magazine, March 1, 2020
Tony Conrad, a visiting professor of art, is featured in a story about must-see public art in the Fox Cities.
WLUK-TV Fox 11, Feb. 18, 2020
Brittany Bell, assistant dean of students and director of the Diversity and Intercultural Center, talks about Lawrence's growing diversity and efforts toward inclusion on campus.
WLUK-TV Fox 11, Feb. 16, 2020
Tony Aker, Lawrence's new football coach, talks about his vision for turning the program around.
Nautilus, Feb. 13, 2020
Marcia Bjornerud, the Walter Schober Professor of Environmental Studies and professor of geology, writes an essay, How Geology Can Ease Your Mind.
Urban Milwaukee, Feb. 13, 2020
Kayleigh Kitzman '15 is featured as she prepares to direct a new theater production in Milwaukee.
Business Insider, Feb. 3, 2020
Peter Glick, the Henry Merritt Wriston Professor of the Social Sciences and professor of psychology, discusses how female presidential candidates are held to a different standard when it comes to likability.
WLUK-TV Fox 11, Feb. 3, 2020
Ken Anselment, vice president for enrollment and communication, talks about ongoing issues with standardized tests and Lawrence's commitment to being test-optional in the admissions process.
Wallet Hub, Feb. 3, 2020
Amy Ongiri, the Jill Beck Director of Film Studies and associate professor of film studies, discusses the upcoming Academy Awards.
History News Network, Jan. 28, 2020
Jerald Podair, the Robert French Professor of American Studies and professor of history, joins Charles Holden and Zach Messitte in writing a column comparing the recent actions of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo with that of Spiro Agnew 50 years ago.
WFRV-TV Channel 5, Jan. 25, 2020
TV crew catches up with a teams and trivia masters midway through the Great Midwest Trivia Contest.
Valley Review, Jan. 24, 2020
Allegra Taylor '20 talks about the excitement that surrounds the annual Great Midwest Trivia Contest.
Fox Cities Magazine, Jan. 24, 2020
Oliver Zornow '10 is featured in a story about his new role as the executive director of The Building for Kids Children's Museum in Appleton.
The Post-Crescent, Jan. 23, 2020
Preview of the 55th annual Great Midwest Trivia Contest, including an interview with Allegra Taylor '20, this year's trivia headmaster.
The Post-Crescent, Jan. 22, 2020
Lawrence alumnus Jonathan Clapham '99 talks about his work with the Blue Man Group prior to performances at the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center.
The Post-Crescent, Jan. 20, 2020
Coverage of Simon Balto's keynote address at the Fox Cities Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration at Lawrence Memorial Chapel.
WFRV-TV Channel 5, Jan. 20, 2020
Coverage of Lawrence's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service and the Fox Cities MLK Celebration.
CNN, Jan. 20, 2020
Jerald Podair, the Robert S. French Professor of American Studies and professor of history, talks about how Martin Luther King Jr. was a great listener, and why that was so important.
CNN Spanish, Jan. 20, 2020
Jerald Podair, the Robert S. French Professor of American Studies and professor of history, is among the historians who discuss the significance of various Martin Luther King Jr. speeches.
Forbes, Dec. 31, 2019
Ken Anselment, dean of admissions, talks about the changes in college admissions over the past decade.
WFRV-TV Channel 5, Dec. 13, 2019
Helen Boyd Kramer, an instructor in gender studies, talks about the dangers of conversion therapy practices.
The Post-Crescent, Dec. 12, 2019
Helen Boyd Kramer, an instructor of gender studies, speaks to City of Appleton officials in support of a proposed ban on licensed medical and mental health professionals practicing conversion therapy on minors.
The Post-Crescent, Dec. 2, 2019
Trombonist and music professor Tim Albright contributed to Bon Iver's Grammy-nominated album, "i,i." It' s not his first brush with music fame.
Hartford Courant, Nov. 21, 2019
Connecticut Superior Court Judge Barbara Bailey Jongbloed ’81 sees her nomination to the federal bench sail through the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee.
Hindustan Times, Nov. 16, 2019
Madhuri Vijay '09 and Lawrence University get some love in this Hindustan Times story after Vijay's debut novel, "The Far Field," brings in more high-level literary awards.
Inside Higher Ed, Nov. 14, 2019
Lawrence University President Mark Burstein writes an op-ed about the 1964 merger of Lawrence College and Milwaukee-Downer College and how the lessons learned over the past five and a half decades can help inform other institutions of higher learning considering mergers today.
WHBY Radio, Nov. 4, 2019
Jose Encarnacion, director of jazz studies, and Patty Darling, director of the Lawrence University Jazz Ensemble, talk with Fresh Take host Josh Dukelow in advance of Fred Sturm Jazz Celebration Weekend.
The Post-Crescent, Nov. 1, 2019
Physics professor Megan Pickett and chemistry professor Allison Fleshman featured in story about how this year's Nobel Prize winners in the sciences have influenced their research.
Insight magazine, Oct. 29, 2019
Dean of the Conservatory Brian Pertl talks to this regional business magazine about his path in music education and why employers should be hiring graduates with a liberal arts background.
The Post-Crescent, Oct. 27, 2019
Francena Medora (Kellogg) Buck, one of three women in Lawrence University's first graduating class, was highlighted in a story about 20 notable women from Appleton history.
Associated Press, Oct. 25, 2019
An essay on what is America's game, baseball, football or basketball? It features Jerald Podair, the Robert S. French Professor of American Studies and professor of history.
The Post-Crescent, Oct. 22, 2019
Actor Willem Dafoe, who grew up in Appleton, tells "Inside the Actors Studio" that he was first inspired by acting while participating in summer theater programs at Lawrence.
WTAQ, Oct. 21, 2019
Ken Anselment, dean of admissions, talks about Lawrence's high placement in recent college rankings.
Military Times, Oct. 11, 2019
Peter Glick, Henry Merritt Wriston Professor of the Social Sciences and professor of psychology, talks about hostile sexism in a story about a Pentagon survey.
The Post-Crescent, Oct. 10, 2019
Members of Porky's Groove Machine, a Minneapolis-based funk band featuring all Lawrence alumni, still have a sweet spot for Appleton.
College Gazette, Oct. 2, 2019
Lawrence University comes in No. 1 on College Gazette's list of the 10 best "Hidden Gem" liberal arts colleges in the country.
Associated Press, Sept. 30, 2019
Mark Jenike, associate professor and chair of the department of anthropology, talks about our relationship with food in a story about the trend in outsourcing our meals.
Quartz at Work, Sept. 19, 2019
Peter Glick, the Henry Merritt Wriston Professor of the Social Sciences and professor of psychology, talks about workplace perceptions in a story about whether being labeled as "nice" is a detriment in a woman's career.
Baltimore Sun, Sept. 13, 2019
Jerald Podair, professor of history and Robert S. French Professor of American Studies, co-authors an op-ed on how Spiro Agnew's political ascent in the GOP 50 years ago helped set the stage for the election of President Donald Trump.
MKE Lifestyle, Aug. 31, 2019
Marina Krejci '72 featured for her work as president of the Florence Eiseman children's fashion house in Milwaukee.
Hartford Courant, Aug. 28, 2019
Barbara Bailey Jongbloed '81 was nominated by President Trump to the U.S. District Court in Hartford, Connecticut.
WLUK-TV Fox 11, Aug. 20, 2019
Lawrence Conservatory of Music Dean Brian Pertl talks about the debut of the Bachelor of Musical Arts degree.
The Post-Crescent, Aug. 16, 2019
In advance of National Honeybee Day, biology professor Israel Del Toro talks about caring for bees and our ecosystem.
New York Times, Aug. 13, 2019
Lawrence alumnus Campbell Scott '83 to play Scrooge as A Christmas Carol comes to Broadway.
Wisconsin Patch, Aug. 9, 2019
Lawrence included in story about Wisconsin schools making The Princeton Review's book on 385 best colleges in the nation.
Wisconsin Public Radio, Aug. 8, 2019
Psychology professor Lori Hilt talks on the Morning Show about her ongoing study of adolescent rumination and the app she and her students are developing and researching.
Green Bay Press-Gazette, Aug. 7, 2019
Professor of Government Arnold Shober discusses the Congressional campaign of Wisconsin Rep. Amanda Stuck.
Channel 3000, Aug. 4, 2019
Lawrence President Mark Burstein joins Madison TV host Neil Heinen for a segment of "For the Record."
Washington Post, July 26, 2019
Psychology professor Peter Glick talks about how male presidential candidates speak of their wives on the campaign trail.
Madison.com, July 26, 2019
History professor Paul M. Cohen writes an op-ed on the decency storyline in 2020 presidential race and the parallels between Joe McCarthy and Donald Trump.
CNBC, July 24, 2019
William Baer '72, partner at the Arnold and Porter law firm and former antitrust head at the DOJ, discusses the FTC's settlement with Facebook and regulating big tech.
The Post-Crescent, July 21, 2019
Leila Romagopal Pertl, a music education instructor, writes about the work of the Music Education Team at Mile of Music.
Sentinel Source and Los Angeles Times, July 19, 2019
Psychology professor Peter Glick talks about a scientific study published in the journal American Psychologist that examines Americans’ perceptions of women over the past 70 years.
Fox Cities Magazine, July 15, 2019
Geology professor Marcia Bjornerud, author of Timefulness, talks about ways to be kind to our planet.
WLUK-TV Fox 11, July 13, 2019
Feature on 10 goats brought into the SLUG garden for two weeks to help control troublesome weeds.
Spectrum News 1, July 10, 2019
Biology professor Israel Del Toro discusses bee and sustainability efforts at Lawrence and in the City of Appleton.
WFRV-TV Channel 5, July 3, 2019
Coverage of adolescent rumination study being conducted by psychology professor Lori Hilt and her students.
Green Bay Press-Gazette, July 2, 2019
Arnold Shober, associate professor of government, speaks about U.S. Rep. Mike Gallagher's performance in Congress.
Wisconsin Public Radio, June 24, 2019
Feature on the adolescent rumination study being conducted by psychology professor Lori Hilt and her students.
WLUK-TV Fox 11, June 23, 2019
Biology professor Israel Del Toro talks about working with local brewery and the city of Appleton to gain approval for rooftop bee hives in downtown Appleton.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, June 17, 2019
Ken Anselment, dean of admissions, talks about Lawrence being a pioneer in Wisconsin in going test-optional in the admissions process.
Associated Press, June 10, 2019
Jerald Podair, professor of history and Robert S. French Professor of American Studies, talks with the Associated Press about D-Day and what happens in the study of American history when all the participants are gone.
WBAY-TV Channel 2, June 9, 2019
Coverage of Commencement speaker Lee Chemel '65 at Lawrence University's 2019 Commencement ceremony on the Main Hall green.
The Post-Crescent, June 6, 2019
Lawrence University senior George Mavrakis is featured in a story about the success of his coralfish12g YouTube channel.
WLUK-TV Fox 11, June 5, 2019
Anthropology professor Peter Peregrine and his students talk about their archaeology work at the Grignon Mansion historic site in Kaukauna.
Wisconsin Public Radio, June 3, 2019
Jerald Podair, professor of history and Robert S. French Professor of American Studies, takes part in a Central Time conversation about socialism and how it's affecting the current political conversation. Listen for Podair near the 22-minute mark.
The Post-Crescent, May 30, 2019
Associate Professor of Psychology Lori Hilt and her students are featured in a story about adolescent rumination and an expanded study on a mindfulness app being developed at LU as a coping mechanism.
WLUK-TV Fox 11, May 29, 2019
Ryan Gebler, director of Financial Aid and Enrollment Planning, talks about families saving for college in a story about National 529 Day.
The Post-Crescent, May 20, 2019
Lawrence University history professor and former wildland firefighter Jake Frederick talks about the traditions of firefighter funerals following the recent death of an Appleton firefighter.
Inside Higher Ed, May 16, 2019
Mike O'Connor, Riaz Waraich Dean of Lawrence University’s Center for Career, Life and Community Engagement, writes about the need for graduates to cultivate intellectual curiosity as they set out on new career paths.
The Montgomery Advertiser, May 10, 2019
Arnold Shober, associate professor of government, discusses efforts in Alabama to end election of the State Board of Education.
thewholenote.com, April 26, 2019
Review of Brahms Three Sonatas for Violin and Piano featuring the duo of violinist Wen-Lei Gu and pianist Catherine Kautsky, both from the Lawrence Conservatory of Music faculty.
Insight Publications, April 23, 2019
Lawrence delivers a $70.3 million economic impact on the Fox Cities.
The Post-Crescent, April 23, 2019
Lawrence University Jazz Ensemble wins back-to-back DownBeat awards.
Wisconsin State Journal, April 21, 2019
Emily Birsan '08 continues to excel on the opera stage. She's featured here in advance of her starring role in the Madison Opera production of Antonin Dvorak's Rusalka and the upcoming Madison Symphony Orchestra performance of Mahler's Symphony of a Thousand.
Inside Higher Ed, April 16, 2019
Kimberly Barrett, vice president for diversity and inclusion and associate dean of faculty, writes about blackface in the Me Too era
Wisconsin Public Radio, April 11, 2019
Native American students embrace the opportunity to work with Matika Wilbur in the creation of a mural on the Lawrence University campus.
Laughingsquid.com, April 12, 2019
The website that explores the unusual gives a nod to "Breathe," the water opera performed at Lawrence in late March.
Wisconsin Public Radio, April 9, 2019
Matika Wilbur of Project 562 talks on WPR's Central Time about her work and collaborating this week with Lawrence students in advance of Thursday's convocation.
Wisconsin Public Radio, April 8, 2019
Kimberly Barrett, vice president for diversity at Lawrence University, talks about how to disrupt racist behavior when you see it.
Manitowoc Herald Times, April 4, 2019
Garth Neustadter '10 joins hometown symphony in Manitowoc for concert marking the retirement of longtime director.
HuffPost, April 3, 2019
Peter Glick, the Henry Merritt Wriston Professor of the Social Sciences and professor of psychology, speaks on benevolent sexism in a story about former Vice President and potential presidential candidate Joe Biden.
Canadian Public Radio, April 2, 2019
"Breathe," the water opera performed March 30-31 in and around the Buchanan Kiewit Wellness Center pool, got some airtime at about the 35:10 mark during Tuesday's broadcast of "As It Happens" on Canadian Public Radio.
WLUK-TV Fox 11, March 27, 2019
"Breathe: a multi-disciplinary water opera" is showcased following a rehearsal in advance of the March 30-31 performances in the pool at the Buchanan Kiewit Wellness Center.
The Post-Crescent, March 20, 2019
Jerald Podair, professor of history and Robert S. French professor of American studies, and Lawrence students Anthony Dare and Sterling Brown talk about socialism, social democracy and the generational divide in today's politics.
WLUK-TV Fox 11, March 14, 2019
Kimberly Barrett, vice president for diversity at Lawrence, talks about the role of Imagine Fox Cities as it launches a series of listening sessions about improving life in the Fox Cities.
Radio National, March 11, 2019
Marcia Bjornerud talks about her book, "Timefulness: How Thinking Like a Geologist Can Help Save the World. (Walter Schober Professor of Environmental Studies and Professor of Geology Marcia Bjornerud)
The Post-Crescent, March 10, 2019
10 impressive artists who have played at Lawrence Memorial Chapel
Fox Cities Magazine, March 5, 2019
Lawrence students Rachel Lewis (trumpet), Gabrielle Claus (piano) and Zoe Markle (bass) at the Trout Museum of Art. The trio will be part of the Women Do Jazz performance on March 21.
WFRV-TV Channel 5, March 3, 2019
Kimberly Barrett, vice president of diversity and inclusion, participates in a Newsmaker Sunday conversation: Discussion centers on fallout from the Jussie Smollett case and the reporting of hate crimes.
Motherboard/Vice Media, March 1, 2019
Lori Hilt on the dangers of censoring self-harm on social media platforms. “I wouldn’t want to censor the image of the healed scar with a tattoo. I could see negative effects of increasing stigma by trying to erase and deny the lived experiences of those who have recovered.”
Wisconsin Public Radio, February 28, 2019
President Mark Burstein on "The Morning Show" with Kate Archer Kent
Insight Magazine, February 27, 2019
Lawrence among colleges, universities gearing up for 'The Pitch'
WBAY-TV Channel 2, February 21, 2019
Former bank building owned by Lawrence in talks for redevelopment
WBAY-TV Channel 2, February 17, 2019
Family Concert, part of the Lawrence Music For All series, at Riverside Gardens.
Mind of State Podcast, February 2019
Peter Glick in Episode 5 on the uptick in anti-semitism. (Henry Merritt Wriston Professor in the Social Sciences Peter Glick joins Princeton University's Susan Fiske as podcast guests of hosts Betty Teng and Michael Epstein.)
New York Times, February 5, 2019
Marcia Bjornerud column on new findings regarding 2018 Indonesia earthquake that triggered deadly tsunami. (Walter Schober Professor of Environmental Studies and Professor of Geology Marcia Bjornerud)
Wisconsin Public Radio, January 25, 2019
Modern Hmong American Art And Expression (Radio interview with Hmong artists Tshab Her and Victoria Kue, whose works are featured at the Wriston Art Center)
North State Public Radio, January 19, 2019
Blue Dot 129: Marcia Bjornerud (Radio interview with Walter Schober Professor of Environmental Studies and Professor of Geology Marcia Bjornerud)
WLUK Fox 11 News, January 11, 2019
Hmong exhibit in Appleton sparks discussion on traditional heritage, modernization (feature on new Wriston Gallery exhibition and interview with Assistant Professor of Art History and Curator of the Wriston Art Center Galleries and Museum Beth Zinsli)
The Chronicle of Higher Education, January 6, 2019
How to Keep Faculty Searches on Track (article quoting Provost and Dean of Faculty Catherine G. Kodat)
The Los Angeles Times, December 30, 2018
Most of us are clueless about humanity’s place in the planet's long history. We need to learn 'timefulness' (op-ed authored by Walter Schober Professor of Environmental Studies and Professor of Geology Marcia Bjornerud)
The Washington Post, December 6, 2018
Grindr was the first big dating app for gay men. Now it’s falling out of favor. (quoting Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies Jesus G. Smith)
WHBY, December 5, 2018
LU prof weights in on lame-duck legal challenges (analysis from Associate Professor of Government Arnold Shober)
Appleton Post-Crescent, November 24, 2018
Appleton panel: In search of civil discourse in a time of political division and rancor (event and article features remarks by Julie Esch Hurvis Dean of Spiritual and Religious Life Linda Morgan-Clement)
The Washington Post, November 15, 2018
The man who pioneered Trumpism (op-ed co-authored by Robert S. French Professor of American Studies and Professor of History Jerald Podair)
The Washington Post, November 7, 2018
How the Democrats finally defeated Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (quoting Associate Professor of Government Arnold Shober)
Harvard Business Review, November 2, 2018
How Masculinity Contests Undermine Organizations, and What to Do About It (article co-authored by Henry Merritt Wriston Professor of the Social Sciences Peter Glick)
Appleton Post-Crescent, November 4, 2018
Lawrence University eyes $220 million in fundraising
The New York Times, November 3, 2018
The Psychology of Anti-Semitism (cites research by Henry Merritt Wriston Professor of the Social Sciences Peter Glick)
Appleton Post-Crescent, October 30, 2018
Climate change: Students, advocates in Fox Valley push for action
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, October 26, 2018
Straw bans? Composting buckets? Wisconsin campuses adopt dramatic 'green' changes
The Verge, October 23, 2018
How thinking like a geologist could help us fight climate change (Interview with Walter Schober Professor of Environmental Studies and Professor of Geology Marcia Bjornerud)
The Washington Post, October 11, 2018
Thomas A. Steitz, biochemist who won Nobel Prize for mapping crucial molecule, dies at 78
Appleton Post-Crescent, October 5, 2018
Time is now to become informed about health care delivery in Fox Valley (Op-ed by John R. Kimberly Distinguished Professor Emeritus of the American Economic System and Professor of Economics Merton Finkler)
America Magazine, September 28, 2018
Great Blue Heron (poem by Visiting Assistant Professor of English Charles Austin Segrest)