Join Jon Hanrahan and Sarah Axtell in their search for the ROCK, a Lawrence University icon missing since 1998. A Sisyphean journey in podcast form.
Episode 5: We Call a Lawyer
In the fall of 1998 the nicest of boulders, the greatest of all granite, The ROCK disappeared from the Lawrence University campus in Appleton, Wisc. Seventeen years later, we found it. We left it there—in the sun and in the snow, hidden away behind a yellow agricultural tub and assorted grasses of the Midwest—with nothing more than a vague hope that maybe, someday that two-ton hunk of stone could come home.
In Episode Five of No Stone Unturned we dig into court records. We call an attorney. We answer the questions we left murky in Episode Four. And we ask: How soon until The ROCK comes home?
Episode 4: On A Local Farm
On a sunny day in July, last year, Sarah and Jon drove out to a local farm. The story of The ROCK comes to some sort of ending... for now.
Episode 3: Two Alumni And A Dog
The ROCK's fate becomes murkier when Sarah and Jon interview an anonymous Lawrence alumnus. They take a break from the investigation to tell the story of Maxie the Dog and the crazy Plantz kids who buried The ROCK in 1964.
Episode 2: The Frattening
Sarah and Jon dig deeper into fraternity shenanigans surrounding The ROCK -- and confront its boy's game past. They imagine a future where The ROCK returns to campus (a.k.a. they count their very unhatched chicks).
Episode 1: That's A Nice Boulder
Episode 1: In which Jon and Sarah introduce The ROCK, its origins, and what lead them to tracking it down. Investigations start locally.
No Stone Unturned Podcast Trailer
In October, 1998, a century-old Lawrence University tradition vanished...
No Stone Unturned will be rolling your way on SoundCloud and WLFM this April. For more information, visit our website at www.nsupodcast.rocks
Y’all are great and this podcast is interesting and fun!
A great slice of LU
As a former WLFM radio show host, trivia grandmaster, Sig Ep, and person known only by his nickname (not "Guy Super") from the class of the 1984 & devoted podcast listener, I just wanted to say you guys did a great job! Fantastic storytelling that hits the genre perfectly. I never heard of the Rock during my time at LU (nice job Plantz boys - I can easily picture Rik Warch's smirk when he oversaw the return of the Rock at your reunion). Your story caused me to remember the things that I loved about LU but also how much I hate it when people refuse to let go. Come on Phi Delt's it is time to let it go #returntheRock!