Beginning the Climb

First-Year Programs

First Things First

Shaking the High School Out

Here are some questions: Should a government be allowed to spy on their own population? Do you care if the government is listening to your phone calls, or if it is monitoring your emails and/or online activity? Does privacy even exist in the digital age?

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Coming Full Circle

After Three Decades, Mark Morris Returns to Appleton Arena

He’s been told that he is Intimidating. But when you sit down with Mark Morris, the new Charles W. Appleton men’s ice hockey coach, you don’t feel intimidated… You feel his enthusiasm for this next chapter, and it is infectious.

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11 Decades of One Laurentian Family

Platt Wheeler ’44 celebrated his 95th birthday in December. His Laurentian roots date back to 1911 when his parents, Nate and Geraldine, met as students and married. Fast forward 11 decades, and Monica Manning ’18, James Farrell ’19, and Haley DeParde ’17 are the most recent of 27 family members to wear the Scarlet and Brown. See full Wheeler Family Timeline

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SLU Public Interest Project | Strengthening Communities

As small-town populations age and young adults continue to move to urban areas, it can be difficult to create and sustain family businesses and culturally vibrant downtown spaces. Staffing and financial resources for nonprofits and startups are limited. Energy costs are greater in colder climates. Access to medical specialists is an ongoing challenge, as are public transportation and housing.

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From FYP Student to FYP Professor

From FYP Student to FYP Professor

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Mapping the Trails of St. Lawrence

Mapping the Trails of St. Lawrence

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Snapchat Unsnapped: Year One

Snapchat Unsnapped: Year One

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