Campus Events
Campus Events
January 19, 2018
Conservatory

Friday, January 19, 2018

9:00pm HMELU Concert
Location: Music-Drama Center 100 - Cloak Theatre
HMELU (Heavy Metal Ensemble of Lawrence University) plays its first show of the year, also celebrating the year anniversary of its most recent revival.

Saturday, January 20, 2018

5:00pm Woodwind Quintet Performance Featuring Dylan Richardson '16
Location: Andrew Commons

Sunday, January 21, 2018

3:00pm Marine Forces Pacific Woodwind Quintet
Location: Harper Hall
The Marine Forces Pacific Woodwind Quintet is stationed at Marine Corps Base Hawaii. The quintet is a part of the larger 50-member concert and ceremonial band, and engages in military ceremonies, public relations events, and recruitment tours. Out of the five members, four hold a Bachelor's degree in music, and one member also earned a Master's in performance. The program includes wind quintet standards, classic marches, and contemporary arrangements.

Monday, January 22, 2018

7:00pm Concert by Wade Fernandez
Location: Warch Campus Center 224 - Esch Hurvis Studio (Esch)
Wade Fernandez performs Menominee music. Open to the public.

Friday, January 26, 2018

8:00pm Lawrence Symphony Orchestra (LSO) Concert
Location: Lawrence Memorial Chapel
The Lawrence Symphony Orchestra is one of the premier undergraduate orchestras in the country. Under the direction of Mark Dupere, the LSO gives approximately six concerts a year, performing standard orchestral works as well as opera, contemporary music, and new commissions. Guest conductors have included Robert Spano, Gunther Schuller, and Lowell Liebermann. All LSO concerts are webcast live from the Lawrence Memorial Chapel using our state-of-the-art four camera digital system. Conductor Mark Dupere is committed to leading rehearsals and performances that explore and strive for an active engagement with the music and the audience. The pursuit of excellent music making draws together threads from musicology, theory, history, score study, and also visual art, poetry, fiction, architecture, etc. Musicians of the LSO are encouraged to actively participate in the chamber music element of orchestral playing, and to engage with a larger understanding of the score and the work as a whole. With an energetic sense of community, students are urged to participate in the wonderful dialogue at the heart of the creative process.
Lectures and Art

Friday, January 19, 2018

9:30am Career Services Drop-In Hours
Location: Career Services, Alice G. Chapman Hall, 2nd Floor
Visit Career Services, without an appointment, to ask quick questions about resumes, cover letters, CVs or any other career-related topics.
10:30am Movement and Mindfulness in the Mudd
Location: Kruse Room, Fourth Floor, Mudd Library
Join us for 30 minutes of mindfulness practices, including some gentle chair yoga stretches. You'll leave feeling refreshed and relaxed. All are welcome!
11:00am Alumni to Student:Summer Internships at the Boldt Company
Location: Warch Campus Center 211A - Lobby Table Area Near Mail Room
Learn about 2018 Summer Internship opportunities at the Boldt Company from Trevor Hietpas '16. Trevor was a Lawrence intern who turned his experience into a full time position at Boldt. He is now recruiting new interns for the Summer of 2018.
12:00pm Volleyball/ Pickleball
Location: Buchanan Kiewit Wellness Ctr GYM - Gymnasium
Volleyball and Pickleball games open to all Lawrence community members
12:30pm LCF Friday Lunch Discussion
Location: Warch Campus Center 126 - Schumann Room
Lawrence Christian Fellowship invites everyone for a time of food, fellowship, and discussion. Bring your thoughts and questions!
1:30pm Boldt 1:1 Chats
Location: Career Services, Alice G. Chapman Hall, 2nd Floor
Learn about 2018 Summer Internship opportunities at the Boldt Company from Trevor Hietpas '16. Trevor was a Lawrence intern who turned his experience into a full time position at Boldt. He is now recruiting new interns for the Summer of 2018.
4:30pm PORT LU Meeting
Location: Warch Campus Center 414 - Runkel Conference Room
Peers On Reliable Transport, a Sub-Committee of Student Welfare, will be holding its weekly meeting from 4:30-5:30.
4:30pm Including Trans Women Athletes in Sport:Analyzing Principles and Policies of Fairness in Competition
Location: Thomas Steitz Hall of Science 102 - Lecture Hall
In this lecture, Dr. McKinnon will present her and Dr. Aryn Conrad's work on the legal and ethical foundation for inclusion of transgender women athletes in competitive sport, drawing on IOC principles and relevant Court of Arbitration for Sport decisions. They argue that the inclusion of trans athletes in competition commensurate with their legal gender is the most consistent position with these principles of fair and equitable sport. They suggest that biological restrictions, such as endogenous testosterone limits, are not consistent with IOC and CAS principles. Thus, in place of a limit on endogenous testosterone for women (whether cisgender, transgender, or intersex), they argue that "legally recognized gender" is most fully in line with IOC and CAS principles.
5:30pm Hillel Shabbat
Location: Sabin House 113 - Living Room
Join the Lawrence chapter of Hillel for Shabbat celebration. This event enhances spiritual and religious life.
Athletics

Saturday, January 20, 2018

1:00pm Swimming
Location: Whitewater, Wisconsin
At UW-Whitewater Triangular
2:00pm Men's Basketball
Location: Beloit, Wisconsin
Beloit
4:00pm Women's Basketball
Location: Alex Gym
Beloit

Sunday, January 21, 2018

12:00am Fencing
Location: Buchanan Kiewit Wellness Center
Lawrence USA Fencing Open

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

5:30pm Men's Basketball
Location: De Pere, Wisconsin
At St. Norbert