So far, my favorite professor at Lawrence has been my cello professor, Ms. Anthony. She has had years of experience and amazing credentials within the cello community which allows her to provide useful resources and advice. During lessons, I always find myself enjoying the time I have with her as she has much to offer as a teacher.
My favorite class has been aural skills because it has allowed my skill as a musician grow in terms of listening carefully to chord progressions or harmonic dictations.
At Andrew Commons, I always look forward to the days where there are sweet potato fries for lunch. It’s never during dinner and only certain days that the commons provides them.
There is a little ledge right outside of Memorial Hall between the Wellness Center that I like to sit on because the view is incredible. You are able to see the trees, river and SLUG garden right when you sit down.
One thing I love about the campus is the amount of activities that take place. There is always something to do, whether it be a movie or concert; I find myself always exploring what our campus has to offer.
My favorite study spot would have to be Somerset, which is an enormous hall with big open windows that allow for a quiet and serene place to study.
My favorite LU memory would have to be LU-aroo. There are so many performances that happen during this weekend event, which makes for a great time with friends and a place to listen to good music.