The Blog's Top 10 Posts of 2015

By: 
Meg Keniston '07, M'09 and Lyndsay Malcomb '10

Laurentians love stories and in 2015, we shared nearly 60 of them here on the St. Lawrence Blog, a space that gives students (and sometimes faculty, staff and alumni) a chance to share their St. Lawrence tales, perspectives and insights in their own words and in their own way.

The blog is one the most popular parts of the St. Lawrence Admissions website. This year, our audience's favorite posts totaled nearly 18,000 views! In case you missed some of them, now's your chance to catch up:

  1. How Chocolate Milk Changed My Life by Jacob St. Pierre ’16
  2. An Open Letter to Facilities Staff by Jacob St. Pierre ’16
  3. The Last First Days by Charlotte Crawford ’16
  4. These Boots Were Made for SLU-ing by Caroline Fleischauer ’15
  5. We Always Said We’d Never Go Here by Bailey Phelps ’15 and Lizzie Bastien ’15
  6. What Makes St. Lawrence Different from Other Liberal Arts Schools? by Laura Stasi ’15
  7. The North Country Diner Tour by Sam Weber ’15
  8. Graduation: Just Another Trip into the Wilderness by Abagael Giles ‘15
  9. St. Lawrence or Hogwarts? by Jacqui Ebeling ’17
  10. Not Just a Number by Rebecca Doser ’16  

A few of these also earned spots on the blog’s ‘All-Time Most Popular Posts’ list (bolded below) - take a look!

  1. There’s Something About This Place by Kara McDuffee ‘15
  2. Body Beautiful Week: A Personal Story by Madeline Wetterhahn ’15
  3. How Chocolate Milk Changed My Life by Jacob St. Pierre ’16*
  4. An Open Letter to Facilities Staff by Jacob St. Pierre ’16*
  5. The Last First Days by Charlotte Crawford ’16*
  6. Ten Things I Wish I’d Known as a First-Year Student by Laura Stasi ‘15
  7. Battling Childhood Cancer and Making a Difference by Colin Dowd ’16 and Morgan O’Hare ‘16
  8. These Boots Were Made for SLU-ing by Caroline Fleischauer ’16*
  9. We Always Said We’d Never Go Here by Bailey Phelps ’15 and Lizzie Bastien ’15*
  10. Favorite Campus Flavors by Stephanie Eldon ’14

Interested in adding your story or perspective to the blog in 2016? Contact socialmedia@stlawu.edu.