• 14 Third & Fourth Formers Receive Welles Grants

    Tiffany Thomas '18/The Lawrence
    Posted January 20, 2017

    This week, 14 Lawrentians were awarded the Welles Grant, which gives students the opportunity to work on a project of their choice during the summer. This grant, in memory of Lawrenceville alumnus William Bouton Welles ’71, gives students up to $3,000 to support their project.

  • Lawrenceville Commemorates MLK through Service

    Anika Bagaria ’20/The Lawrence
    Posted January 20, 2017

    Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?” This past Wednesday, the Lawrenceville community participated in over 60 service projects throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania to celebrate King’s legacy with its 14th annual MLK Day. Classes were cancelled in order to allow students to reach out to the local community and reflect on the ways in which they can serve others.

  • Visual Arts Chair to Exhibit Work at Rider University Gallery

    Posted January 20, 2017
    "Sally's Gardenia" by Allen Fitzpatrick '73

    Paintings by Visual Arts Department Chair Allen Fitzpatrick ’73 will be displayed in the Rider University Art Gallery January 26-February 26. “Looking” will feature both still life and landscapes, created from direct observation. The Rider University Art Gallery is located in the Bart Luedeke Center on Rider University’s campus, 2038 Lawrenceville Road, in Lawrenceville, N.J.

  • Cuffee Tops 1K

    Posted January 20, 2017

    Congratulations to Janean Cuffee ’17, who topped 1,000 career points for Big Red last night in a home game against Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child. She is currently averaging 19 points per game.

  • Clowning Around to Help Local Kids

    Linda Li ‘19
    Posted January 19, 2017

    Five Lawrentians have joined the circus - sort of - and are using their new-found skills to help local, underserved kids with the help of a Lawrenceville alum.

  • Jan. 25 & 26: Architectural Tour of Lawrenceville’s Campus

    Posted January 17, 2017

    Learn more about Lawrenceville’s historic campus, in particular buildings designed by Peabody & Stearns, through a lecture and campus tour by Richard Guy Wilson, chair of the Architectural History Department at the University of Virginia, and Annie Robinson, Peabody & Stearns specialist. "The Lawrenceville Renaissance: The Original Campus Master Plan" talk will take place on January 25, 7:00 p.m., in the Woods Memorial Heely Room, followed by the tour on January 26, beginning at the School’s Class of 1891 Gate, at 9:30 a.m. (The snow dates for the lecture and tour are February 1, 7:00 p.m., and February 2, 10:30 a.m., respectively). Both the tour and the lecture are open to all members of the School community, free of charge. These events are sponsored by Lawrenceville’s Stephan Archives.

  • Jan. 18: Lawrentians Honor MLK with Day of Service

    Posted January 16, 2017

    On January 18, all current Lawrenceville School students will honor the memory of Martin Luther King, Jr. through volunteer work on community service projects at organizations throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The School has held its Martin Luther King Day of Service for more than a decade.

  • Alumni Came to Celebrate Coach Ron Kane ’83 P’20 – and to Play

    Posted January 16, 2017

    It was billed as a celebration of Coach Ron Kane’s 25th year as head coach of the Big Red boys’ varsity basketball team, and a celebration it was, but the several dozen alumni who signed up to commemorate the occasion had clearly come to play. Held Saturday, January 14, this was no pick-up game.

  • Marine Corps. Veterans to Discuss American Revolution

    Posted January 10, 2017
    Left to right: Thomas O'Neil and Leo Bridgewater

    Former U.S. Marines Captain Thomas O'Neil and SPC Leo Bridgewater (both veterans of the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq) to share what they know about the movements of the Continental Army in this area in the winter of 1777, as well as its composition, which was at least 25% African-American, as well as the role of Lawrenceville in revolutionary politics. They will also discuss Ezekiel’s Dream, a non-profit organization they’ve co-founded to provide leadership and mentorship on Trenton, N.J. youth. The lecture will take place on January 12, 7:00 p.m., in the Noyes History Center’s Ambrecht Room.

  • Winter Photo Contest Winners Announced

    Posted January 10, 2017

    Congratulations to Serena Khanna ’18, whose photo “Loco” (taken in Beaver Creek, Colo.) won the Lawrenceville Photo Club winter photography contest! Shreya Kumar ’20 placed second with “An Afternoon above the Caribbean” (shot above the Caribbean Sea) and Andrew Ni ’19 took third with his photo from Griswold House, “Winter Dorm.” Khanna earned a Lawrenceville Photo Club t-shirt.