May 5, 2008
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1,000 Trees Planted By Students
than 1,000 trees have been planted by students recently, on campus
and other University property, to serve as carbon off-sets and
for future sustainability efforts. Read about this, and other sustainability initiatives in this story that also links to The Green Pages and our Green Press Kit.
|Students Honored at Moving-Up Day
Excellence in academics, co-curricular programs, or community service was honored at the annual Moving-Up Day ceremonies on April 25. The full
list of award recipients is on-line.
Tudoreanu '09 Interns With British Labour Party
Mihnea (Mike) Tudoreanu '09, of Bucharest, Romania, worked for the
British Labour Party during the British election season as part of
an internship while participating in St. Lawrence University's program
of study in London for spring 2008.
Lawrence Celebrates Davis UWC Scholars
St. Lawrence's Davis United World College Scholars gathered recently
for a celebration with President Daniel and Ann Sullivan, recognizing
the contributions scholars make to the campus community, and the world
community as well. For more
Society Inducts Four Students
Lawrence's chapter of Sigma Pi Sigma, the physics honorary society,
inducted four new members recently. For more
|James Bay Hydro
Project Topic For Presentation At SLU
St. Lawrence University Director of the Outdoor Program Phil Royce
will give a presentation about a canoe expedition to Hudson Bay, Canada,
on Thursday, May 8, at 7 p.m. in Room 123 of the Griffiths Arts Center
on campus. The event is open to the public, free of charge. For more
|Tom Brokaw Visit to St. Lawrence
Journalist and author Tom Brokaw spoke to a packed Gulick Theatre audience on April 30, when he visited campus as his gift to Tom and Nellie Coakley, subjects his recent book Boom! We have posted a podcast of his lecture and a photo album of his brief, but well-received, time on campus. The new Contemporary Issues Forum, which sponsored 11 lectures in its first semester, concluded for the spring semester with Brokaw's visit.
Collins Baker '57 Authors Brother's Biography
Alumni Council member Maureen Collins Baker '57 has written a book,
Outrageous Hero honoring the memory of her brother B.T. Collins,
former California assemblyman and Vietnam veteran who once served as
the chief of staff for then-California Governor Jerry Brown and director
of the California Conservation Corps.
men's lacrosse team won its third straight Liberty League title
by beating Union 10-9 Sunday, earning an automatic bid to the NCAA
Division Tournament. The Saints earned a first-round bye and will
host the winner of Western New England College and Western Connecticut
State on Saturday. The baseball team split four games with rival
Clarkson, earning the third seed in the league tournament. Two
women's crew boats earned silver medals at the New York State Championships
Sunday. Men's track was second at the New York State Championships,
and the women had three individual champions and placed third as
a team. The women’s tennis team’s run in the 2008 NCAA Tournament came to an end on Saturday morning, as the Saints fell 5-0 to national powerhouse Williams in Williamstown, MA.
While you're checking athletics news, enjoy the re-designed Athletics Web site! More
Site Updates and Features
Visit SLULive! for our podcasts , including Tom Brokaw's speech at St. Lawrence on April 30, as well as features such as the Laurentian
Singers performing our school songs, recording of the Bacheller
Memorial Chimes, links to our admissions video,
our photo albums, our student blogs, and our Web cam.
SLU Traditions and Fun Facts: Check out the feature on Commencements "Then and Now" on our Tradition page.
If you were here in 2005-2006, you participated in St.
Lawrence University's 150th anniversary celebration. We've maintained
the Sesquicentennial Web site as our Tradition
site, and it has features such as This Month in SLU History,
Campus Traditions, Then & Now Photo galleries, and Fun Facts. Check
it out and become an expert on SLU!
Blogging from Vienna: Keep up with Zoe Bludevich'09,
who has posted her last blog from Europe: I believe that going abroad for a semester is a necessary part of your college experience. Leaving home and going away for college was my first challenge and after I succeed at that, the next step was to leave behind all that was familiar and comfortable. Studying abroad in Austria has not always been the easiest, I have in a sense lived under a rock. I don’t speak the language, so everything a little more challenging then it is at home. But this semester has been life changing. It has allowed me to the see the world from a different perspective. I feel honored and lucky to have lived in a foreign city for four months of my life. It will be hard to board my plane on Sunday, but I’ll be back to Vienna sometime and a piece of me will always be here. So until then, auf Wiedersehen Wien!! Read
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