Lawrence University /Brilliant Move.
Coming to Lawrence was your first Brilliant Move. Now, tell us your next Brillant Move. This video was produced for Matriculation Convocation.
Welcome Week Highlight 2023
Incoming students were welcomed to Lawrence University with a festive Welcome Week, leading into the start of the 2023-24 academic year. Good luck, Lawrentians.
Celebrating the Class of 2023 | Music Video
Experience the incredible achievements of Lawrence University's Class of 2023 through a captivating music collaboration! Tomi Oladunjoye ’23 (Digital Composer), Michael Murphy ’23 (Electric Guitar), and Nico Hernandez-Webster ’25 (Tenor Sax), talented conservatory students, have come together to create a soulful melody that perfectly embodies the spirit of triumph and new beginnings.
President's Ball 2023
Now held the last weekend of April, this year's theme was Under the Sea: Atlantis and featured a night of dancing, live jazz music and a DJ, themed refreshments, and the opportunity to show off your best-themed formal wear. Lawrentians enjoyed a majestic evening with friends and a special appearance from Lawrence University’s President.
LU Year in Review '22-23
From longstanding Lawrence Traditions to new LUgge activities to sledding on SLUG Hill, this video is packed with adventure!
Winter Term, Winter Fun
Winter Term has drawn to a close, and while the calendar has turned to spring, the memories of our winter together will carry on. From cherished traditions such as Cultural Expressions to the LUgge-inspired building of snow sculptures, from bubble soccer in the Wellness Center to sledding down the Memorial Hall hill, Lawrentians embraced Winter Term every step of the way. As we catch our breath during the break and look forward to the arrival of Spring Term, we share in this video the sights and sounds of our winter together.
Lawrence's Newest Viking!
We introduced a new logo for Vikings Athletics in 2021, one that combined the Amos Lawrence Family Coat of Arms with traditional Viking heraldry. The one unifying factor? The antelope! We are excited to take this new era one step further with a new mascot . . . the LU Antelope! For the full schedule of Mascot appearances over Blue & White Homecoming weekend follow this link.
Coming to Lawrence was your first Brilliant Move. Now, tell us your next Brillant Move.
This is Lawrence - SOL Studios
SOL Studios are student created and operated recording studios on the Lawrence University campus. The organization is free and open to all Lawrence students (regardless of musical interest or major), and houses a range of available instruments and recording technology. Moreover, SOL Studios is a musical community and safe space, where students learn from and support each other.
Find Your Voice at Lawrence
Lawrence Conservatory Voice Students share their connection with music and performance. From the stage to recording studio, students share how they find and develop their unique voice at Lawrence.
The Chicago Gig
Play with your professors in the classroom and on tour. Students hit the road to gig in Chicago and share the stage with the faculty jazz quartet.
Björklunden in Winter
Experience Björklunden in winter! Our estate on the banks of Lake Michigan in Door County is a cozy place to dig deeper into your studies or bond with your team.
The Scholar Athlete | This is Lawrence
Senior Ceara Larson, Natural Sciences Interdisciplinary Major (Biology-Physics) and Viking Softball Catcher, combines her work in class and on the field to research the biomechanics of a softball swing.
Lawrence Research Fellows
As a Lawrence University Research Fellow, you will have the opportunity to participate in student-faculty collaborative research, whether it’s with our professors here on campus or with one of our collaborating off-campus programs around the world.
Unbagging First-Year Studies
Martyn Smith, director of First-Year Studies, unbags the 10 works being used in First-Year Studies during the 2021-2022 academic year.
The Rabbit Gallery | This is Lawrence
The idea is simple: Lawrence Students temporarily take over an empty store front on College Avenue, they clean and paint the space and then fill it with art made by Lawrence students, faculty and members of the Fox Cities community.
Why Lawrence: Student Voices
Lawrence University students talk about their favorite memories, experiences, and why they love Lawrence.
Congrats, Class of 2021!
Awa Badiane '21 decorates her mortarboard to say "I found my light."Congrats, Class of 2021!
Otāēciah | This is Lawrence
"Otāēciah," a permanent installation on Lawrence's Kaeyes Mamaceqtawuk Plaza, is dedicated to the Menominee Nation and their ancestral homelands (on which Lawrence's campus is located).
A Musical Journey | This is Lawrence
As a student in the Conservatory of Music, Martha McDonnell ’14 found a way to balance her two distinct musical interests: classical violin performance and fiddling. Her unique skill set landed her a spot in Sting’s musical The Last Ship before she had even graduated, and she’s since performed on Broadway in Steve Martin’s Bright Star.
Spiritual and Religious Life | The Lawrence Minute
The Center for Spiritual and Religious Life is a gathering place for curious, intentional, respectful engagement with persons of similar, different or no religious tradition.
The Rabbit's Nose - a video performance by Shea Love
Learn about Lawrence University through the words and performance by Shea Love.
Music, editing, and animation by Rachel Crowl.
Camera work by Alex Bunke '09, Rachel Crowl, Garrett Katerzynske, Nathan Lawrence '15, and Monique Rogers.
We Are The Light!
Together, we are making a difference for Lawrence. Together, we are transforming student lives. Together, we are the light! Featuring Quinn Bingham '21, Molly Ruffing '22, Cameron Wicks '23 and Nathan Graff '22
Viking Athletics: Ready the Ship
Big thanks to Tom Coben '12, XC alum and freelance motion graphics and visual effects artist in the Twin Cities, who volunteered to put his talents to work helping to create this logo reveal video!