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Sarah Pyc ’16 is a business in the liberal arts major

The business in the liberal arts program already has attracted nearly 50 students St. Lawrence since being approved one year ago who hope to use their liberal arts skills in business environments

The New York Times has listed St. Lawrence University among the Most Economically Diverse Top Colleges in the nation.

Emlyn Crocker, recipient of a St. Lawrence University Internship Fellowship

Emlyn Crocker and other Internship Fellowship recipients will deliver a poster presentation at 3 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 26, in the Sullivan Students Center’s Winston Room

Tatenda (Tate) Pasipanodya ’15

Tatenda (Tate) Pasipanodya ’15 has won a statewide writing prize for his paper on the rise of democracy in China.

Sarah Pyc ’16 is a business in the liberal arts major
Business in the Liberal Arts Educating Future Leaders
St. Lawrence Among Most Economically Diverse Top Colleges
Emlyn Crocker, recipient of a St. Lawrence University Internship Fellowship
Internship Fellowship Recipient Recalls Summer Experience
Tatenda (Tate) Pasipanodya ’15
St. Lawrence Senior Wins Writing Contest Award

Photo Gallery

Students move into the new residence hall. (SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
Students move into the new residence hall. (SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
Jacob Hurlbut '15 relaxes in his air conditioned room in the new residence hall. (SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
Jacob Hurlbut '15 relaxes in his air conditioned room in the new residence hall. (SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
Students move into the new residence hall. (SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
Students move into the new residence hall. (SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
Nils Tangemann '17 entertains in his new residence hall room. (SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
Nils Tangemann '17 entertains in his new residence hall room. (SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
Taylor Thomson '16 moves into her new residence hall room. (SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
Taylor Thomson '16 moves into her new residence hall room. (SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
Megan Boucher '17 moves into her new residence hall room. (SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
Megan Boucher '17 moves into her new residence hall room. (SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
The new residence hall from the Quad during matriculation ceremonies. (SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
The new residence hall from the Quad during matriculation ceremonies. (SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
The recently refurbished Cole Reading Room
The recently refurbished Cole Reading Room
Work continues on Gunnison Memorial Chapel
Work continues on Gunnison Memorial Chapel
Work continues on Gunnison Memorial Chapel
Work continues on Gunnison Memorial Chapel
Richardson Hall gets a facelift
Richardson Hall gets a facelift
The new residence hall seen from the renovated Quad
The new residence hall seen from the renovated Quad
A room inside the new residence hall
A room inside the new residence hall
The new residence hall seen from the renovated Quad
The new residence hall seen from the renovated Quad
(SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
(SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
(SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
(SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
(SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
(SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
(SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
(SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
(SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
(SLU Photo/Tara Freeman)
Senior Dinner Dance
Senior Dinner Dance
Matt Burr and Grace Potter make a surprise appearance at the Senior Dinner Dance
Senior Dinner Dance
The Laurentian Singers
President Fox addresses the gathering
Robert Montgomery '14 speaks to his classmates
Co-Class Presidents Zach French '14 and Amber Lawyer '14 speak
Nancie Battaglia, recipient of the North Country Citation
Grace Potter '06n, honorary degree recipient
Donald K. Rose '64, honorary degree recipient
Susan Talve '75, honorary degree recipient
Signing the book at the Phi Beta Kappa induction
Louise Gava, sustainability coordinator, presents a new PBK member her cords
Lisa Cania, vice president for community and employee relations, congratulates the new PBK members

News Page Tabs

The Washington, D.C.-based Campus Kitchens Project recognized St. Lawrence University students for launching a sustainability group in the community.
Juraj Kittler, assistant professor of communication, analyzed a historical map of Venice for the Software Sustainability Institute located at the University of Southampton in the U.K.
Linda Auker, visiting assistant professor of biology, is the lead author on a paper recently published in "Northeastern Naturalist."
"The Saratogian" newspaper profiled Ann Marie Gardinier Halstead, associate professor of theater, and her play based on the anti-bullying book "Have You Filled Your Bucket Today?"
Michael Schuckers, associate professor of mathematics, delivered the keynote address during the one-day Alberta Analytics Conference held on Sept. 13 in Calgary, Canada.
Steven Horwitz, Charles A. Dana professor and chair of economics, has written an opinion piece on how libertarians can help bridge the political divide over race relations.
Sept. 20: The St. Lawrence University football team is looking to bounce back today when they host the Morrisville State Mustangs at Leckonby Stadium.  Fans can watch the game for free in HD, or...
Sept. 19: Brandon Lustig shot a six-over par round of 78 to lead St. Lawrence University's men's golf "B" team to a tie for second at the SUNY Canton Invitational held at Partridge Run on...
Sept. 19: The St. Lawrence University volleyball team split its opening Liberty League matches on Friday evening in Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, as the Saints fell to Vassar 3-0 before topping RIT by the...