I hadn't heard of Lawrence before seeing it in Reed's list of colleges that produce the highest percentage of PhDs in Physics. Amazingly, it's right up there in the top 10 alongside Carleton, Harvard, MIT and Harvey Mudd. Can anyone explain that? I'm looking for a LAC with a strong physics program and wondering whether Lawrence should be on my list? I'm a junior from Texas and will probably not be able to visit, but I'm definitely applying to at least two other schools in the midwest (Carleton, Grinnell) and I would certainly consider a school in WI.