News Archive

Assistant Professor Karin Heckman
(11/27/13) A team of St. Lawrence University scientists and recent graduates have found that a particular type of nanoparticle may help alleviate symptoms caused by multiple sclerosis.
Students dancing
(11/25/13) St. Lawrence University will feature its fall dance concert series, "Reflections," which will be performed Dec. 6 and 7 with a free preview on Dec. 5.
(11/25/13) Six recent St. Lawrence University graduates and one St. Lawrence student were recently published in a Brazilian academic journal devoted to the study of language translation.
(11/21/13) St. Lawrence University will hold an informational session for local businesses and organizations interested in sponsoring a student interns during the summer to assist with sustainability-related projects.
Alpha Psi Omega members and faculty advisors: (From left to right). Bottom row: Liz Forman '16; Nate Torres, Technical Director; Julie Collins '14. Middle row: Prof. Matt Saltzberg; Prof. Charlie Pepiton; Neil Devendorf '16; Peter 'Gilly' Caulo '16. Top row: Colleen Nerney '14; Selina French, Costume Shop Supervisor; Nina Hylen '14; Peter Quigley '14; Claude Mumbere '16.
(11/20/13) A number of St. Lawrence University students have been inducted this semester as new members in their respective local, national and international academic honor societies.
Residence Hall siding
(11/19/13) Construction crews continue to make notable progress on construction of the new residence hall, which is schedule for occupancy by August 2014.
Grace Potter ’06n
(11/18/13) An up-and-coming rock star, one of the nation’s first female ordained rabbis, and chair emeritus of the St. Lawrence University Board of Trustees will be among those honored at the University’s 2014 Commencement.
St. Lawrence is celebrating 40 years in Kenya.
(11/15/13) Two-thirds of St. Lawrence students study overseas at some point during their college experience, placing the University among the nation's top baccalaureate institutions for study abroad participation.
Graduates throw caps in the air
(11/11/13) The data solidly prove that low-income students perform just as well as the overall student body at St. Lawrence University. But the data only tell part of the story.
Workers remove the burned and charred copper from the steeple of the Gunnison Memorial Chapel on Friday, Nov. 8, 2013.
(11/8/13) The charred copper remains were finally removed from the steeple of the Gunnison Memorial Chapel.
Allison Baier '14
(11/8/13) A benefit concert featuring the SLU Funk band on Nov. 14 will help raise money for the Red Rose School for impoverished children in Kenya.
Tessa Mellas '01
(11/7/13) St. Lawrence University alumna Tessa A. Mellas ’01 will return to campus Nov. 14 to read from her award winning collection of short stories.
International Flags
(11/1/13) St. Lawrence University's Center for International and Intercultural Studies will present a number of planned activities Nov. 4-8 in recognition of International Education Week.