Lawrence University senior Brock Daumler won first prize in the Wisconsin Alliance for Composers (WAC) contest for his composition, Via Negativa.
Marifé Entenza-Sierra, a global studies and studio art double major, is mixing entrepreneurship and art skills in building a capstone project focused on Sierra Leone.
Senior Lucy Croasdale created a jazz composition under the direction of Patty Darling in advance of Fred Sturm Jazz Celebration Weekend. It was performed by visiting student bands.
Spencer Brown, a sophomore Government major with a love of theater, is among the students donning the suit of Lawrence’s newest Viking, Blu, the antelope mascot introduced last month.
Junior Bella “Bee” Goland, a biology major, has played a leading role in improvements in the Sustainable Lawrence University Garden, including development of the apiary.
Eliza Peetz, a sophomore from Fall River, Wisconsin, is working through the CCE to help her fellow Lawrence students feel prepared for the Nov. 8 general election. She is Lawrence’s first Civics & Society coordinator.
Malcolm Davis, a senior from South Carolina, enjoys his work as president for the Lawrence University Community Council (LUCC). He was elected to the leadership post in March.
Luke Le '22 won the Capsim Challenge, a business simulation game in which players compete against teams from across the country to see who can generate the most profit.
Inspired by a class with history professor Brigid Vance, junior Jin Han set out to explore the history of some of the Wriston Art Galleries' East Asian artifacts.
Senior Gaston Kaisin did summer research on climate change through an REU with Oregon State University. His work became part of the report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
Black Student Union Co-President Imani Williams is active in empowering BIPOC students and promoting community on campus.
Lawrence senior Luther Abel has been awarded the National Review’s William F. Buckley Fellowship in Political Journalism.
Claire Chamberlin, a double major in global studies and French, used a research opportunity to pursue the translation of four Molière-inspired plays from French to English. Two were later performed on stage.
Cindy Kaiser has melded her interests in flute performance, music education, and psychology during her time at Lawrence.
Emily Dorr has found her calling in music education. She hopes to combine her interests in French and music education.
Nora Briddell found a love of musicology through her combined interests in cello performance and history.
Luis Trejo ’24 has broadened his horizons since arriving on campus. He's now studying both saxophone performance and government.
Avery Riel ’23 was set on studying music when they entered college, but after finding Lawrence through the Colleges that Change Lives, they were able to discover a multitude of possibilities beyond just classical performance.
Mallory Welsch ’24 always knew that she wanted to study viola performance, and after connecting with Lawrence’s viola professor through the viola teacher in her hometown, it became clear that Lawrence was the perfect place to do so.
Henry Parks ’22 originally found Lawrence by looking for highly regarded professors, and quickly noticed the tuba/euphonium professor, Marty Erickson. After having a lesson, it wasn’t long before Henry decided to apply.
Eli Ferrell spent the fall in Washington, D.C., studying in Lawrence's Washington Semester program. He's building a resume of advocacy.
Michael Zhang, a Lawrence University economics major, found himself on stage at an Ed Sheeran concert in New York, singing along to Thinking Out Loud. His big moment quickly went viral.
Amaka Uduh has enjoyed her connections with Lawrence's Black Student Union (BSU) since joining in her first year. Now the junior psychology major is flexing her leadership skills.
Meet Nate Scott, a music performance student who plays the bassoon. Since coming to Lawrence, Nate has been able to explore music outside of the usual classical repertoire that he otherwise may never have experienced.