St. Lawrence in the News
Matthew Carotenuto, associate professor of history, was featured in the "Huffington Post" and the online blog "Africa is a Country" about President Obama's connection to and relationship with Kenya.
David Murphy, assistant professor of environmental studies, told "MarketWatch" that Republicans should consider embracing renewable energy since it offers more energy independence for the United States.
Paul Graham '99, associate professor of English, was interviewed by the website Beyond Celiac, an online resource on celiac disease.
Steven Horwitz, Charles A. Dana professor of economics, told KTRH Radio in Houston that hyper-parenting may be to blame for the rise of college protests.
"The Hechinger Report" ran an opinion piece written by Robert Thacker, Dana professor of Canadian studies and English, on the transformative effects of the liberal arts and the First-Year Program.
The "Watertown Daily Times" reported on St. Lawrence University's UNITY project, which kicked off during an opening ceremony on Sept. 30.
The "Watertown Daily Times" caught up with the Herrick College First-Year Program which has been researching murder trials that took place in St. Lawrence County around 100 years ago.
A podcast for the Baltimore Sun titled "Roughly Speaking" reviewed a new book written by Paul Graham '99, associate professor of English, titled "In Memory of Bread."
Alan Draper, professor of government, was quoted in the "Watertown Daily Times" article on the status of organized labor in the United States.
Calvin F. Exoo, Charles D., Sarah and John D. Munsil professor of government, had two articles published in Truthout.org, an online magazine dedicated to social justice.
An editorial in the periodical of the American Association of School Administrators highlighted the partnership between St. Lawrence's graduate education program and BOCES.
The "Watertown Daily Times" reviewed the co-authored new book by Peter D. Ladd and Kyle Elizabeth Blanchfield, which explores today's political "emotional climate."
Forbes recently featured a new anthropology card game created by Assistant Professor of Anthropology Mindy Pitre.
Research conducted by Steven Horwitz, Charles A. Dana professor and chair of economics, was quoted in the British news magazine "The Week."
Daniel Viscardi, a St. Lawrence University senior and member of the men's track and field team, wrote about how he balances his academic life with his athletic life.
The Richard F. Brush Art Gallery's Street Art Graphics digital collection, led by the gallery's director Catherine Tedford, was featured on a German news website, "Heute."
St. Lawrence University Associate Professor of History Howard Eissenstat proved to be a key expert for national and international media to help explain the attempted coup in Turkey.
Local television station WWNY-TV Channel 7 spoke to St. Lawrence University Professor of Statistics Michael Schuckers regarding the July 8 Mega Millions jackpot worth $536 million.
National Public Radio ran a story written and produced by North Country Public Radio on the topic of biomass fuels, which quoted David Murphy, assistant professor of environmental studies.
"The Washington Post" reviewed a new book written by Paul Graham, associate professor of English, titled "In Memory of Bread" (Penguin Random House, 2016).
David Murphy, assistant professor of environmental studies, was quoted by North Country Public Radio on the topic of renewable aspect of biomass energy.
Ana Foteva, visiting assistant professor of Modern Languages and German Studies, was interviewed by the New Books Network for her book on the Balkans.
St. Lawrence University held a candlelight vigil on June 14 in Gunnison Memorial Chapel to honor and remember of the victims who were killed in the Orlando shooting on June 12.
The "Los Angeles Times" quoted Associate Professor of History Howard Eissenstat, following Turkey's decision to recall its ambassador from Germany.
The "Watertown Daily Times" profiled retiring Sports Information Director Wally Johnson for his 40 years of service to St. Lawrence University.