The St. Lawrence Blog

Who is St. Lawrence University? We are a group of people with countless adventures and even more stories. The St. Lawrence Blog gives our students, faculty and staff the chance to tell their tales, in their own words and in their own way. Sharing these anecdotes in one place gives our community the chance to show how creative, daring and passionate we are about what we do. Alone, these stories are powerful; together they define St. Lawrence.

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Older photo of families outside at a camp.
Charlotte Edson, Class of 2014

For as long as I can remember, St. Lawrence has always been my community.

Noelle Reilly, Class of 2015

As an Admissions Ambassador at St. Lawrence, I get asked a lot of questions on campus tours. Often times, the questions are straightforward and my answers come quickly and confidently. But there is one question that stumps me every time: "So what is a 'typical SLU student' like?"

Female student shares why she loves her lips as part of a body image project.
Nicole Eigbrett, Class of 2014

I love my lips. I was born in China with a cleft lip and when I was younger, other kids would ask me, “What’s wrong with your lips?” These comments hurt but I realized that the scars simply reinforce the luck, stories and love that guide my life.

Headshot of female student.
Morgan Jackson, Class of 2014

One of my favorite parts about being an Admissions Ambassador at St. Lawrence is going on tour and sharing my SLU experience with prospective students and their families.

A group of students stand outside a brick building.
Rochana Cooray, Class of 2014

When I first signed up to be an admissions ambassador in the spring of 2013, I had no idea how much I would come to love the work I did.

A pasta meal with tomatoes and broccoli.
Rachel Pifer, Class of 2016

It's Tuesday night. My stomach groans in anticipation as I make the trek across campus to Dana Dining Hall. My pace quickens as I get closer. Tonight is not just any normal dinner. It is the best night of the week. It is Pasta Sauté Night.

A room full of couches, chairs and tables.
Jasmine Galindo, Class of 2015

As a student, I understand how important it is to find the best study spot on campus. For some that may be a quite nook in the library, or your own bedroom. For me, it's the loud area that is the Student Center.

Female student stands outside near a fence.
Madeline Wetterhahn, Class of 2015

“Body Beautiful Week: Love Your Body!” encourages a dialogue on campus about body image, healthy eating and eating disorders. I believe wholeheartedly in starting these discussions about eating disorders—not the kind in magazines or on reality TV shows, but the real-life kind that changes the lives of students on campus. Students like me.

Ben Crocker, Class of 2016

Most weekends, my friends and I like to go skiing in the beautiful Adirondacks. Early in the morning, we all pile into my friend's Volvo with all of our gear and drive into the sunrise.

Female student and local child ice dancing together.
Paige Friedlander, Class of 2016

On any given Saturday night, the siren rings and the student section roars; the Skating Saints have won another game! Appleton Arena: a North Country gem that local Canton community members and students migrate to every Friday and Saturday night during the winter.

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