Lawrence is investing $4.3 million to renovate the track and field facilities at George A. Whiting Memorial Field. The old track will be razed, and the new lighted track will be built, opening in fall 2023. A groundbreaking took place Oct. 3.
Kaleidoscope returns to the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center on Oct. 8, featuring nearly 400 students from the Lawrence Conservatory of Music. It'll be part of the Blue & White Homecoming Weekend Celebration.
It's not just students who are in learning mode during a First-Year Studies class. Faculty are stretching themselves well beyond their comfort zones, learning alongside their students.
Blue & White Homecoming Weekend will be held Oct. 6-9, reigniting an annual tradition that will bring alumni and families to campus to celebrate with the Lawrence community.
Lawrence University has introduced the Lawrence Advantage, a pledge to fully meet the demonstrated institutional need of students from Wisconsin and Illinois, beginning in Fall 2023.
President Laurie Carter welcomes Lawrence community at Matriculation Convocation, says coming work is about leaning into the liberal arts.
Lawrence University is ranked as the No. 1 liberal arts college in Wisconsin and one of the best in the nation in U.S. News & World Report’s annual Best Colleges rankings.
Art history professor Danielle Joyner, a scholar of medieval studies, is an active proponent of interdisciplinary teaching. The International Medieval Congress in Leeds, England, reinforced that.
The newest Lawrentians were welcomed to campus Tuesday afternoon with a procession through Lawrence’s new arch and a greeting from the campus community at the annual President's Welcome.
Lawrence University is mourning the death of Herbert Kohler Jr., a trustee from 1974 to 2002 before being elected a trustee emeritus. The business leader died Sept. 3.
Incoming students arrived at Lawrence on Monday, greeted on move-in day by staff and student volunteers who spread out across campus to welcome and assist the newest Lawrentians.
The new Welcome Arch at the corner of College Avenue and Drew Street got its long-awaited reveal on Thursday. Come Tuesday, it'll help launch a new tradition with incoming students.
With two new entries in the First-Year Studies syllabus, Martyn Smith takes us on a journey through the works the Class of 2026 will be exploring.
Lawrence students are pursuing their passions and preparing for next steps at internships this summer. We caught up with 10 students to talk about their experiences.
Physics professor Matthew Stoneking received a three-year, $431,200 grant from the National Science Foundation. He will expand his research on thermal equilibrium in non-neutral plasmas.
Lawrence University is mourning the loss of Joseph F. Patterson Jr. ’69, a trailblazing student, standout football player, former trustee, and devoted alumni.
A summer research project at Trout Lake in northern Wisconsin on migration patterns of the microscopic zooplankton species Daphnia brought together Lawrence students, faculty, and alumni.
Three new tenure-track faculty are joining Lawrence University, all beginning at the start of the 2022-23 academic year.
Study abroad programs have come roaring back at Lawrence after pandemic interruptions, with signature programs in London and Senegal and opportunities to craft an array of adventures around the world.
Irene Strohbeen ’78, Chris Anzalone ’91, G. Evan Bravos ’10, and Breanna Skeets ’12 have joined the Lawrence University Board of Trustees.
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis will headline the 2022-23 Performing Arts Series at Lawrence.
As Lawrence celebrates the 175th anniversary of its founding in 1847, the Department of Athletics chose the top 25 moments in Lawrence sports history.
Lawrence University is featured in The Princeton Review’s The Best 388 Colleges for 2023. The annual ranking highlights top colleges across the country.
Financial support from Lawrence University’s alumni and friends came in strong during the 2021-22 fiscal year, with the Lawrence Fund raising a record $4.13 million.