On Campus
Also Received
Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center
of the Images of America series (Arcadia
Publishing, 2011), features the hospital
in nearby Ogdensburg, N.Y. Names
familiar to older Laurentians appear in
this volume of historic photographs,
some of which are from St. Lawrence’s
Special Collections. Research and cap-
tion-writing was conducted by
Redpath ’11
as part of an internship
while she was a student.
Bruce Carlisle ’78
has contributed
an autobiographical chapter to
net Ad Pioneers
by Cory R. Treffiletti
CreateSpace Independent Publish-
ing Platform, 2012). The book shares
the stories, key challenges, important
milestones and impact of specific mo-
ments that helped to shape the Internet
advertising business.
A roundup of news from
campus. For more, go to
Associate Professor of
Philosophy Laura Rediehs was named
a co-winner in the Carnegie Council
for Ethics
in International Affairs’
international essay competition,
Ethics for a Connected World.” The
essay question was, “In your opinion,
what is the greatest ethical challenge or
dilemma facing the planet?” Rediehs
wrote, “We have let economics replace
ethics as a guide to life. Ethics is about
the well-being of people, and so it is
ethics that should be the end while
money is merely one kind of means.” To
read her essay, visit
Sustainability House is the newest
theme house at St. Lawrence.
structure is the home, four miles from
campus, of the Sustainability Semester,
which operates each spring. During
the fall, students who are interested
in sustainability, a small community,
preparing and eating food grown on
site, and taking a half-credit course on
the harvesting and preserving of food
will live there.
Bill Short, director of St. Lawrence’s
Higher Education Opportunity
Program (HEOP) unit, is the 2013
recipient of the
Tri-State Consortium
Award for Excellence and Service to
the Communit
y. Short, who has been
president of the New York State HEOP
Professional Organization, was honored
at the consortium’s conference in April.
Lau r en t i an • i a
Students on campus say that
St. Lawrence experiences six
seasons rather than the usual four.
What are they?
answer, see pg. 62
The generosity of our alumni, parents, faculty, students and friends makes the St. Lawrence experience
possible for every student.Thank you to those who volunteer their time to host Laurentian events or
raise critical dollars and participation numbers for the St. Lawrence Fund. We hope we can count on
your gifts of time and talent again this year!
thank you.
Pena l t y Box
Michael Greenwald has
not been an instructor in
the Appalachian Mountain
Club’s Mountain Leadership
School, as indicated in a
story in the spring issue. As a
student at the school in 1971,
Greenwald was introduced to
what he calls “birding by ear.”
St. Lawrence
regrets the error.