Jacob Dalton '17 came to Lawrence to study theatre arts. Along the way, he fell in love with filmmaking and has now launched a film business in Los Angeles.
Hannah Jeané Jones ’22, now a first-year classical voice master’s student at Manhattan School of Music in New York City, is a cohort member in Denyce Graves’ Shared Voices program.
Natalie Fordwor ’12 has taken the interdisciplinary lessons learned at Lawrence and applied them to her business plan in Ghana, which includes a children's TV show.
Zachary Scot Johnson '06, a singer-songwriter in the Twin Cities, began posting a song a day on YouTube in September 2012. He's now done it for 10 years, with some well-known musicians joining him along the way.
Eric Simonson ’82 has carved out an impressive career in film, television, and theater, including winning an Academy Award. He points to Lawrence for preparing him for a life of exploration.
Tarrel Nedderman '22 is among Lawrence's newest grads finding exciting next steps. He's working for TitletownTech, a venture capital company in Green Bay.
Connections through Lawrence led two alumni, Bob Countryman ‘88 and Ilan Klages-Mundt ‘09, to open a craft brewery and taproom in Bloomington, Minnesota.
Josie Boyle ‘04 became intrigued with wine-making two decades ago while studying abroad in Paris. She's now running her own winery, Mousse Sparkling Wine Co., in Minnesota.
As president of the Lawrence University Alumni Association (LUAA) Board of Directors, Matt Murphy ’06 understands the importance of staying connected with your alma mater.
Tom Zoellner ’91 carved out a career as a journalist by seeing stories others didn’t, drilling down to the why, and always being present, all skills he developed as a Lawrence student three decades ago.
Zach Ben-Amots ’16, a TV journalist in Chicago, produced a documentary on a 1940s lynching in rural Georgia, now featured on Hulu.
Poonam Kumar '04 knew she had a passion for corporate law from an early age.
Lawrence alumnus Andrew Graff talks about his journey as a novelist and the process of writing his debut novel, "Raft of Stars."
Nearly a decade after leaving Lawrence University with a growing portfolio of 3D graphics and other visual effects, Tom Coben ’12 has gone viral.
Even when Andrea Lewis Hartung ’05 wins a case, she finds it difficult to celebrate. She fights to overturn wrongful convictions.
The Lawrence University alumnus is among the army of front-line health care workers who have been living the COVID-19 pandemic up close and personal on a daily basis
Yaw Asare said the lessons he learned at Lawrence and in his roles in the Appleton business community are all in play as he launches his new venture.
Samuel Wrenn is part of a team searching for a vaccine for COVID-19, the coronavirus that has put much of the world on lockdown for months.
Emily Muhs ’12 has always been focused on goals, whether in her career, in her classes, or in her running shoes.
Kir-Sey Fam ’19 joined Disney+ in New York right after graduating from Lawrence in June. The software engineer was part of the team making the massive November launch of Disney+ happen.
Opera singer Evan Bravos ’10 has a new entry for his already impressive and growing resume — Grammy nominee.
Yexue Li ’10 found herself at the center of international media attention earlier this fall.
Rana Marks ’12 is elbow deep in one of the year’s most talked about environmental sustainability stories.
ABC News correspondent Terry Moran ’82 returned to campus recently to host our live Giving Day webcast.