Lawrence's men's and women's fencing teams compete in a sport many know little about. We chatted with the coach and two of the athletes about the draw of foil, epee, and sabre.
Registration is now open for the summer and fall 2023 seminars held at Björklunden, Lawrence University’s pristine Door County retreat.
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis featuring Naseer Shamma on oud will be in concert at 8 p.m. Feb. 3, part of Lawrence’s 2022-23 Performing Arts Series.
The Great Midwest Trivia Contest took place for the 58th consecutive year over the weekend. A photo gallery shows the 2023 trivia masters at work.
Lawrence's annual celebration of Lunar New Year took place Jan. 28 in Warch Campus Center, showcasing cultural performances and the sharing of Asian cuisine.
In delivering the Winter Term Convocation address, Dr. Anthony Jack said greater access to higher education will lose effectiveness if not combined with greater inclusion.
Photo gallery: See images of John Holiday and students from his voice studio performing music inspired by the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Senior Sullivan Shubert was among the Lawrentians who studied at London Centre during Fall Term. He shares takeaways from his first time traveling abroad (including a side trip to Luxembourg).
Anthony Jack, author of 2019's The Privileged Poor: How Elite Colleges are Failing Disadvantaged Students, will deliver Lawrence’s Winter Term Convocation address on Jan. 27.
The Great Midwest Trivia Contest, produced by Lawrence University students, will be presented Jan. 27-29 for the 58th consecutive year.
Video game designer Josh Sawyer '98 led a team at Obsidian that developed a game being hailed as one of the best of 2022. The historical role-playing game has Lawrence's fingerprints all over it.
Lawrence University celebrated MLK Day on Jan. 16 with community programming and student outreach; President Laurie A. Carter delivered a speech at a statewide MLK event.
Lawrence University’s celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. will expand from a day of service and reflection on Jan. 16 to a multi-week observance that includes a series of speakers on issues of race and education.
Two Lawrence alumni at the heart of the music trio Sprig of That sing the praises of their Lawrence experience as they prepare to release their new album, bloom.
Geosciences professor Marcia Bjornerud takes us on a fascinating geologic tour of Lawrence's Appleton campus. There are stories embodied in stones in the built environment, as well as in the landscape itself.
Marvel superhero Anthony Mackie coming to campus for Commencement, a class about unplugging, and the launch of the Lawrence Advantage drew plenty of interest on the Lawrence news site in 2022.
From student collaborations in the making of music, to the inauguration of a new president, to new excitement at Homecoming, we celebrated the Lawrence experience in video during 2022.
Lawrence University photographer Danny Damiani shares 20 of his favorite images from 2022.
Dr. Kenny Emmanuel Yarbrough, a national higher education diversity, equity, and inclusion advocate and leader, has been named vice president for diversity, equity, and inclusion at Lawrence University.
As the year-long celebration of the 175th anniversary of Lawrence's founding draws to a close, history major Sullivan Shubert highlights 10 places Lawrentians can explore local history.
Lawrence University, in conjunction with two other universities, received a $600,000 National Science Foundation grant to help in efforts to elevate undergraduate physics education.
Holiday concerts from Cory Chisel, with John Holiday and other guest artists, and the NEWVoices choir to be held at Memorial Chapel.
Rob Neilson is heading to Israel in late December, one of nearly three dozen scholars from across the U.S. selected for an intensive two-week Faculty Fellowship program.
Lawrence University is mourning the death of Thomas C. Kayser ’58, an emeritus member of the Board of Trustees who passed away on Nov. 15 at age 85.