Family Weekend 2010 had over 250 families on campus for three days of events.
Students who completed summer internships shared what they learned during a poster presentation Friday afternoon.
Omicron Delta Kappa, the leadership honorary, held its fall induction ceremony on Friday afternoon.
Students presented their summer research during the annual Honors Reception on Friday afternoon.
A mother and daughter find the time to reconnect.
The Laurentian Singers performed for a full house in the new Peterson-Kermani Performance Hall on Friday and Saturday night.
A huge number of alumni from a wide variety of class years came back to play in the men's lacrosse alumni game, part of the celebration of the dedication of Hall-Leet Stadium in honor of former coach Don Leet.
Fromer women's lacrosse coach Dotty Hall, also being honored by the dedication of the new stadium, enjoys some time with former players.
Phi Beta Kappa, the academic honor society, held its first induction of 2010-2011.
The traditional signing of the book at the Phi Beta Kapa induction ceremony.
The Brewer Bookstore was bustling with customers on Saturday afternoon.
Six of the seven former St. Lawrence athletes that were inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame were recognized during half time of Saturday's football game.
Alumni Council member, Steve Todd '92, with four fellow Council members, offered career planning advice to about 80 students and parents.
A family shares a laugh on the patio in front of the Sullivan student Center.
Alumni Council members served free ice cream during the first half of the football game on Saturday.
The huge crowd at the football game had plenty to cheer about as the Saints rallied for a thrilling victory over Hobart.
Quarterback J.P. Kearney '11 (10) is congratulated by fellow teammates after directing SLU to its first win over Hobart since 1991.
President William L. Fox visits with families at the annual President's Reception Saturday afternoon.