Studio Matejka will hold a public performance at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 12, as well as a public master class at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 16, as part of their nine-day residency at St. Lawrence University.
St. Lawrence has named 75 outstanding high school seniors from across Northern New York and Canada as Augsbury/North Country Scholars for its Class of 2018.
Beginning Monday, several events will coincide with Digital Identity Education Week, including a visit by ESPN sportscaster John Buccigross on Thursday, Feb. 6, and a Social Media Night during the women’s ice hockey game against Princeton on Friday, Feb. 7.
Local high school students participating in the Liberty Partnership Program get a lesson on brains during their visit to St. Lawrence University.
More than 100 students attended St. Lawrence's first Career Connections Boot Camp, gaining advice from 30 Laurentians and parents about securing internships.
St. Lawrence University’s Richard F. Brush Art Gallery will present two art exhibitions that will run from Jan. 20 to Feb. 22.
St. Lawrence University and the other New York Six Liberal Arts Consortium members will receive a three-year $1.25 million grant to support an international initiative.
St. Lawrence University’s Department of Music will host Steven Brennfleck, the Gretchen Bence Young Artist in Residence, from Jan. 28 through Feb. 2.
St. Lawrence University’s culinary team came away with a second-place win at a recent culinary competition held in Saratoga Springs.
Maybe being a parent isn’t quite as cool as being a 17-year-old pop music star, but these Laurentian parents have certainly struck a popular chord with their mommy-and-daddy peers.
A recently awarded grant will help St. Lawrence University redesign existing study and instructional spaces into dynamic learning environments for collaboration, study and research.
Hunter Koski's ’14 research on a 15th-century Ottoman manuscript was recently published in a refereed academic journal.
Ryan Farr '17 and two of his high school classmates started their own bow tie company, after witnessing the fashion trend on a recent trip to Spain.
Three of senior Holly Brown's ’14 poems were published in a journal of short stories and poems.
Associate Professor of African History and Coordinator of African Studies Matthew P. Carotenuto recently published an article on the history of wresting in colonial and postcolonial Kenya.
The presidents of the New York Six Liberal Arts Consortium today issued a statement rejecting the American Studies Association’s call for a boycott of academic institutions in Israel.