News Archive

(7/31/13) KeyBank's Key Foundation awarded a grant to support literacy programs at St. Lawrence University.
(7/29/13) Performance and Communication Arts Associate Professor Ann Marie Gardinier Halstead traveled to Queensland, Australia, for the international premiere of a children's play she has composed.
(7/29/13) The Watertown Daily Times discusses how St. Lawrence University is casting its net across the country in hopes of luring new students.
(7/25/13) Dr. Karen Hitchcock '64 contributes her opinion to Northeast Public Radio in Albany on Gov. Andrew Cuomo's proposed Tax-Free NY economic plan.
(7/25/13) The 19th annual Billy Todd Memorial Scholarship golf tournament will be Saturday, July 27 at the St. Lawrence University Golf Course
(7/23/13) Visiting Professor of Canadian Studies Neil Forkey's book "Canadians and the Natural Environment to the Twenty-First Century" was recently reviewed by Canada's History magazine, a popular national periodical.
(7/23/13) David Smith walks 100 miles from Camp David to the White House to raise concern over Canadian oil sand production.
(7/23/13) Jonathan Van Campen '93 is a boat captain who was so interested in getting into the charter business that he actually built, co-owns and operates a 48-foot, 48-passenger catamaran.
(7/18/13) Bob Leonardi '62 offers a summer salad recipe for readers of his hometown New York newspaper. Leonardi was a sociology major at St. Lawrence.
(7/17/13) Bonnie J. M. Swoger '99 discusses data as it relates to higher eduation libraries in a blog featured in Scientific American.
(7/17/13) Epsilon Energy Ltd. of Concord, Ontario, names Matthew W. Dougherty '03 to its board of directors.
(7/17/13) The Institute for Learning Centered Education is holding its 21st Constructivist Design Conference for Educational Improvement this week in St. Lawrence University’s student center.
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(7/15/13) A 2010 St. Lawrence University graduate was recently hired at a Watertown, N.Y., lawfirm.
Professor Steven Horwitz
(7/11/13) Dr. Steven Horwitz, Charles A. Dana Professor and Chair of the Department of Economics, discusses libertarian interpretations of the Civil War with the Washington Post.
(7/9/13) Global Studies Professor and Department Chair John Collins quoted in opinion piece on Israel's global military practices.
(7/8/13) Two books collecting essays by regional writers were edited by a SLU writing instructor and publications editor and an award-winning poet.
(7/3/13) SLU grad and Warren County District Attorney Kathleen B. Hogan named by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to the state's Anti-Corruption Panel.