This is a difficult question to answer since I’ve had many great professors during my time at Lawrence, but I would have to say Professor McNeill from the classics department. McNeill’s lectures are extraordinary, and he got me interested in a field of study that is completely different from my own. His stories about events in Roman and Greek history are both hilarious and informative, and I would highly recommend taking a course with him if possible.
I enjoyed biochemistry of viruses, because it examined topics in virology from an interdisciplinary perspective. We learned about the cellular mechanisms that viruses hijack, their historical context, and future concerns about potential pandemics.
1. Make a waffle 2. Put Ice cream on the waffle. 3. Eat the waffle.
The main hall green is nice, especially if you have a hammock! In the winter, I like to hang out in the Atrium of Steitz since there is a great view of the snow.
Thursday night trivia at the Viking Room! My favorite part is the elaborate team names students come up with. I’m still waiting for a biology themed mystery section.