The annual Latin American and Spanish Film Festival returns to Lawrence University Oct. 26-29. It features a movie premiere and a visit from an award-winning filmmaker.
A photo gallery and video capture the fun of Blue & White Homecoming Weekend as alumni and families join students, faculty, and staff to celebrate all things Lawrentian.
Lawrence University welcomed alumni and families to campus Oct. 13-15 for Blue & White Homecoming. They joined students, faculty, and staff for a celebration of Lawrence's past, present, and future.
A pow-wow demonstration with singers, drummers, and dancers from Oneida Nation was part of Lawrence University’s 8th annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day Celebration on Oct. 9.
Lawrence University will hold its 8th annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day Celebration on Monday, Oct. 9 on Main Hall Green. The outdoor event, open to the public, is set for 5 to 7 p.m.
Sydney Seeley and Emma Vasconez are the latest Lawrence University students to wrap internships into their London Centre experience. Such opportunities are plentiful across the study abroad landscape.
Lawrence University will hold its annual Blue & White Homecoming Weekend Oct. 12-15. Kicking off the four-day event will be Lawrence’s 10th annual Giving Day, a day of philanthropy to support the Lawrence Fund.
Our photographer and videographer captured the excitement of a festive Welcome Week on the Lawrence campus. Incoming students were welcomed to Lawrence with events, games, and other gatherings aimed at making connections.
Welcome Week ’23 will kick off Sept. 5 as Lawrence University welcomes incoming students in advance of the start of the 2023-24 academic year. Making connections will be the focus of orientation activities.
Check out a photo gallery showcasing student bands performing during the annual LUaroo music festival on Lawrence's Main Hall Green. The student-led festival is a spring tradition at Lawrence.
LUaroo, a student-run music festival, will again be presented over two days during Memorial Day weekend. The work of the Band Booking Committee has been ongoing since October.
17 Days of Kindness, a campaign launched on campus last spring in advance of the inauguration of President Laurie A. Carter, returns for a second year, beginning April 27 and carrying through May 13.
Lawrence International presented its annual Cabaret extravaganza April 15 in Stansbury Theater, a showcase of dance, song, and fashion from around the world.
Lawrence University student organizations will celebrate Earth Day with a week of activities beginning April 17. The sustainability-focused events will culminate with Earthfest, to be held on Main Hall Green on Earth Day, April 22.
Bob Guzman, Facilities Operations' materials management coordinator, received the President’s Award of Excellence—Individual and Facilities Operations received the inaugural President’s Award of Excellence—Team on April 3.
Spring Term at Lawrence moves fast. With that in mind, we’ve highlighted eight annual Spring Term events you’ll want to circle on your calendar.
See a gallery of images from Cultural Expressions, the annual performance extravaganza presented by Black Student Union (BSU) as part of Black History Month at Lawrence University.
Black Excellence Ball and Cultural Expressions highlight a robust schedule in honor of Black History Month on the Lawrence campus.
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.
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.
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.