Friday's inauguration of President Laurie A. Carter was followed by a Saturday celebration that brought the community to campus and honored Lawrence's 175-year anniversary.
President Laurie A. Carter was officially welcomed to Lawrence University Friday with a light-filled inauguration ceremony in Memorial Chapel.
Lawrence University hosts the four-team Midwest Conference baseball tournament this weekend. They took the regular season crown thanks in part to a group of talented seniors.
Led by biology professor Israel Del Toro, pollinator research at Lawrence is helping the No Mow May movement gain national attention as more communities adopt the practice that started in Appleton.
Two Lawrence University students, Alex Chand and Marion Hermitanio, have been named 2022 Fulbright scholars. One is heading to England for a year, the other to Mexico.
The May 13 inauguration of President Laurie A. Carter will kick off a two-day campus celebration that also honors the 175-year anniversary of the founding of Lawrence.
Lawrence University is included in The Princeton Review’s 2022 listing of Best Value Colleges in the country and placed in the top 20 on a list of Best Schools for Making an Impact.
17 Days of Kindness begins April 27, with moments of gratitude, special activities, and giveaways planned to remind us to embrace kindness in our daily lives. It will continue through inauguration day.
Actor Anthony Mackie has been named the 2022 Commencement speaker at Lawrence University. He will speak to graduates at the June 12 ceremony.
President Laurie A. Carter signed the Second Nature Climate Commitment on Earth Day. Lawrence joins colleges and universities across the country in the Climate Leadership Network .
Jerald Podair, Lawrence University emeritus professor of history, will deliver a Povolny lecture on April 26 that looks at what he calls the four “foundings” of the United States.
First-year Kai Frueh loves to photograph birds and other wildlife. In this photo essay, he shares beautiful images of wildlife he's found on the Lawrence campus.
Door to Remain, Austin Segrest's debut book of poetry, was 12 years in the making. The writing of it was a healing tonic for the English professor.
Lauren Kelly and Emma Zelles, leaders of LU Environmental Organization, are among the students doing sustainability work on campus.
Participation in SOL Studios, a student-run recording space in Lawrence's Music-Drama Center, has boomed over the past two years. It's an opportunity for musical creativity for any interested students.
Two Lawrence University alumni doing graduate school work in the sciences have been awarded highly competitive National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.
Samir Datta has been named the new vice president for finance and administration at Lawrence University.
Professor of government Claudena Skran led a group of students to Sierra Leone over spring break to continue work as part of KidsGive. They were joined by several alumni.
Lawrence University voice professor Estelí Gomez is featured as a soloist on an album nominated for a 2022 Grammy Award. She'll be at the Grammys in Las Vegas on April 3.
As Lawrence celebrates 175 years, Megan Pickett is elevating the amazing legacy of former Milwaukee-Downer physics professor Elda Anderson.
Lawrence University theatre professor Timothy X. Troy is the recipient of a Fulbright U.S. Scholar award. He'll teach in Dublin in the coming academic year.
Senior Maggie McGlenn has been named a 2022 recipient of a Watson Fellowship. She is the 77th Lawrentian over the past 53 years to earn that honor.
Ten Lawrence students are expected to depart for Dakar, Senegal on March 28, part of the Francophone Seminar program. It is one of the largest groups to ever take part in the program in the West African country.
As Lawrence University marks the 175th anniversary of its founding in 1847, we take a moment to remember these 47 famous visitors to campus. There are many more, of course. But 47 seems appropriate.