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Hammond Speaks on Career Planning

Kate Hammond P’23, a career transition advisor at Princeton University, addressed members of the Lawrenceville community this past Wednesday at 7:00 PM in the McGraw Reading Room as the first in a series of leadership speeches hosted by the Women in Business at Lawrenceville Club (WIB@L).

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September Social Life: Response to Reform

As this year’s social representative, Maggie Ross ’20 aims to diversify the Saturday night social life activities on campus, increase transparency regarding social life as a whole, and create more hangout spots for students around campus—her three main goals for the school year.

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First Annual Poetry Slam Wows

Lawrenceville’s English Department hosted its first ever Poetry Slam competition from 6:15 PM to 8:15 PM in the McGraw Reading Room of the Bunn Library this past Thursday. The evening featured 20 student performances, three of which were delivered by student guest performers Deven Kinney ’20, Arya Singh ’20, and Gabby Medina ’21. In addition, Kayla Miller ’19 served as the emcee of the event, and Santi Parra ’20 was the DJ.

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Students Get a Taste of the World at International Night

The Diversity Council hosted the annual International Night in the Irwin Dining Center this past Saturday from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Throughout the evening, Irwin staff served a variety of international foods, and students as well as faculty-led cultural workshops, participated in performances, and shared traditional outfits in a fashion show.

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