Maligi, Sierra Leone’s minister for water resources, regularly engages with Lawrence students and faculty, offering advice and ongoing support.
The Center is a gathering place for curious, intentional, respectful engagement with persons of similar, different or no religious tradition. All individuals and groups are welcome.
Well-meaning friends, acquaintances, and strangers can ask tough questions that recently admitted students might not be ready to answer yet. We're here to help.
Teaching Shakespeare in Sierra Leone gives students the opportunity to deliver education outreach, leading theatre workshops in an international context.
Martha McDonnell ’14 found a way to balance her two distinct musical interests, landing her a spot in Sting’s musical The Last Ship before she had even graduated.
Viking Athletics supports a welcoming community for all, and helps scholar athletes strive for excellence.
This holiday season, we celebrate the warmth of community and the spirit of working in concert, across disciplines and differences.
November 15 featured the third annual Lawrence Giving Day. Thanks for helping make it an incredible success!
Lawrence's Conservatory engages the entire community with interactive workshops, from Brazilian samba drumming to hip-hop songwriting.
Lawrence’s newly renovated Diversity Center ensures a welcoming and inclusive environment, providing support and resources for all students to succeed.
Lawrence prepares students to adapt and succeed in an ever-changing world, developing abilities that are highly valued in the workplace.
From moving in to meeting President Burstein, see Welcome Week through the eyes of a new Lawrentian.
Engaged Learning is what characterizes a Lawrence education and distinguishes Lawrentians. Simply put, Lawrence students learn by doing.
It may sound small and quaint, but Appleton is no sleepy, remote burg.
Lawrentians are regular recipients of DownBeat Magazine’s coveted Student Music Award and the Fulbright U.S. Student grant.
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