St. Lawrence Magazine

Spring 2017

The Extraordinary Complexity of Water

Asking people about water is like asking them to explain the meaning of life. We open up an endless array of possible strings to pull on, each having consequences to the integrity of the fabric of our existence.

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Water in the Adirondacks

When living in the Adirondacks, or any place where freshwater is in abundance, it is easy to forget that not all is well with the waters and peoples of the world.

In memory of Will Hartman: fellow lover of rivers, friend, and classmate.

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The Other Water

When asked about memories of St. Lawrence, Chris Steinkamp ’87, who grew up in Westchester, New York, and who learned to ski at the age of five, says he remembers it being, “Just cold and snowy from November to March. You can’t really have the North Country without snow. It’s part of the culture and I loved it. Everyone just embraced winter.”

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Lisa Grohn

Lisa Grohn

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Preparing Women for Leadership in Public Policy

Preparing Women for Leadership in Public Policy

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Sparrow in My Hand and Heart

Sparrow in My Hand and Heart

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