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October 2013

St. Lawrence students will perform Ellen McLaughlin’s “Iphigenia and Other Daughters.”
St. Lawrence students will perform Ellen McLaughlin’s “Iphigenia and Other Daughters,” Nov. 6-9 under the direction of Visiting Assistant Professor of Performance and Communication Arts Matt Saltzberg.
Alex Smith '13
Alex Smith '13 will bring his Adirondack-folk style of music back to St. Lawrence University for a one-night performance at 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, in Pub 56.
Students visit St. Lawrence University's SAGA table at the first Gender and Sexuality Conference and Workshop held Oct. 25-26 at Clarkson University.
St. Lawrence University students joined their Associated Colleges peers to present research posters and host informational tables during the first Gender and Sexuality Studies Conference and Workshop held Oct. 25-26 at Clarkson University.
Members of the Crown Royalty Investment Club: Andrew Chan '14, Vasileios Prassas '14, Justin Champlain '14, and Evan Walsh '14
St. Lawrence's Crown Royalty Investment Club's first showing in a national undergraduate investment conference yields the team second place against major business schools.
Elizabeth Ridgway ’16, E.J. Curtis ’17, Canton Fire Chief Robert Crowe, Chair of the St. Lawrence University Board of Trustees Jeffery H. Boyd ’78, President William L. Fox ’75.
The St. Lawrence University Board of Trustees on Saturday presented the Canton Fire Department with a resolution of appreciation for the department’s actions on Oct. 6 in responding to the Gunnison Memorial Chapel fire.
Elizabeth Stuckey-French
The St. Lawrence University Writers Series will present Elizabeth and Ned Stuckey-French at 8 p.m., Nov. 5 in the Sykes Common Room.
Within a little less than a year after graduating, 94 percent of the St. Lawrence University Class of 2012 were either employed or attending graduate school.
St. Lawrence Univesrity was named Best Value Private College by "Kiplinger's"
"Kiplinger’s Personal Finance" has once again included St. Lawrence University in its list of “Best Values in Private Colleges.”
'A Hug for Harriet'
Author Glenn S. Guiles and illustrator Ray Whalen will hold a gallery discussion at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 21 at St. Lawrence University's Richard F. Brush Art Gallery.
The St. Lawrence University bell ringers will be honored by the Traditional Arts in Upstate New York (TAUNY) with a Heritage Award at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Laurentian Room at the Best Western Canton.
A summer 2013 Internship Fellowship poster presentation was held Oct. 4, 2013
St. Lawrence Internship Fellowship recipients highlighted their summer internship experiences during a poster presentation held Oct. 4 in the Sullivan Student Center’s Winston Room.
Associate Professor and Margaret Vilas Chair of U.S. history Donna Alvah
Associate Professor and Margaret Vilas Chair of U.S. history Donna Alvah's chapter on the history of the U.S. military in Germany since 1945 was recently published in an edited collection of essays.
Strong winds overnight caused the top portion of St. Lawrence University’s Gunnison Memorial Chapel steeple to fall around 5:25 a.m. Monday morning, ending a dramatic 24 hours on campus that resulted in no injuries.
Zhenjun Zhang
Zhenjun Zhang, assistant professor of modern languages, literature and Asian culture, was recently published in Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, for his research into the concept of 'Bao' in Chinese literature.
Nine distinguished alumni will participate in a career panel, conduct informational interviews, and present to classes as part of the Laurentians in Residence program at St. Lawrence University.
Paige Randall '15
Career Connections helps students bridge their internship experiences with their academic programming through a combination of coursework and experiential learning.
Professor of Philosophy Erin A. McCarthy
Brown University’s Sarah Doyle Women’s Center and the Department of East Asian Studies recently hosted St. Lawrence University Professor of Philosophy Erin A. McCarthy to speak during the Brown Contemplative Studies Initiative.
Chris Peterson '05
St. Lawrence University Piskor Professor of English Sidney L. Sondergard has completed the sixth and final volume in a series of translated classical Chinese tales.