Lauren Harris

Omaha, NEWOWT

Athlete of the Week: Marian’s Lauren Harris

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) - Lauren Harris goes three for three in the Class A 400m. Sweeping all three years the event was held during her high school career. The only thing likely standing between her and becoming the first person to win it four years was COVID-19. The meet was not held last spring.
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Where is She Now: Lauren Harris, the Fine Bowl of Pineapple Juice

What year were you originally in the Preston & Steve calendar? 2007 (then, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016 & 2021) Where are you now? I moved to the West Coast 7 years ago. I live in North Bend WA, 30 minutes east of Seattle. I’m married (for the second time), and just had a daughter in March 2020. I’m currently a real estate broker with Sotheby’s International Realty.
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Omaha Marian's Lauren Harris, Stella Miner run state-leading times at Bellevue East invite

New Omaha Marian teammates Lauren Harris and Stella Miner ran state-leading times at Tuesday’s Bellevue East Chieftain Invitational. Harris, a senior who won the 400 meters at the past two state meets, posted a 57.85 on the breezy evening. Miner, a freshman who ran the fastest 5,000-meter time ever at the state cross country meet last fall, posted a 2:17.41 in the 800.
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Day in the life: Student Body President Lauren Harris continues to lead

Lauren Harris exemplifies the student who is highly involved across campus. During her time at Illinois State, she has pushed for progress through her many roles at the University. The senior political science major and African-American studies minor has taken full advantage of the opportunities to gain political and leadership...
Normal, ILillinoisstate.edu

Multicultural Outreach Team’s Student Spotlight: Lauren Harris

Lauren Harris, a senior Political Science major with a minor in African American Studies, has always been driven to be a leader and advocate for others. From joining Illinois State University’s Black Student Union her freshman year to now serving as Student Body President, Harris has used her voice to draw attention to issues students care about. She notes that, especially now, there are so many issues that students have a vested interest in, and it’s important for the administration to be informed on what students want and need.
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