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December 2013

Recent St. Lawrence University publications earned CASE top awards
St. Lawrence's University Communications won the top award in its category from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education.
J. Kimball “Kim” Gannon
One of the season’s most beloved Christmas songs also gives back to St. Lawrence University each and every time it is played on the radio.
Associate Professor of Global Studies Martha I. Chew Sánchez
Martha I. Chew Sánchez, St. Lawrence University associate professor of global studies, discusses the drug economy and the rise of economic, social and political unrest in Mexico.
Zachary Hamilton, 12, of Canton
St. Lawrence University’s Center for Civic Engagement is seeking volunteers, groups and donations to support is “Kick It for a Cause” campaign for Zachary Hamilton, 12, of Canton.
Katherine Clark '85
Massachusetts state Sen. Katherine Clark, a 1985 graduate of St. Lawrence University, has been elected the newest member of Congress.
Tzintzun Aguilar Izzo, Class of 2015
Three St. Lawrence University students created a digital version of an original multimedia performance they presented at a November conference at the University of San Francisco in California.
Haley Schaeffer '17
A St. Lawrence University first-year student was recently awarded a scholarship to pursue her bachelor’s degree in conservation biology.
Lia Pizzicato ’14 of Rochester, N.Y.
St. Lawrence University’s Lia Pizzicato ’14 was recently awarded an undergraduate research grant from Beta Beta Beta, the National Biological Honor Society.
A student-run garden, an awareness effort to inform students about available counseling services, an honesty and ethics campaign, and an orienteering course are the projects awarded for the Fall 2013 Innovation Grants at St. Lawrence University.
Jeffrey Mogavero ’16
St. Lawrence University students awarded $1,000 for their proposal to draw awareness and to help reduce the number of disposable plastic water bottles used across campus.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Performance and Communication Arts Charles Pepiton
The New York Council for the Humanities has awarded Charles Pepiton, a visiting assistant professor of Performance and Communication Arts at St. Lawrence University, a $3,000 grant for his performance project, “Now at the Uncertain Hour.”
The 92nd Candlelight Service was held this year in Leithead Field House
St. Lawrence University’s traditional Candlelight Service, which is normally held in the Gunnison Memorial Chapel, was held Wednesday in the Leithead Field House.