January 24, 2005 - Click
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week's edition of The
Scarlet Letter is posted online
St. Lawrence University Trustee Emeritus
David L. Torrey, of Montreal, has given $2 million to renovate the
University-owned building at 76 Park Street to become the Diana B.
Torrey Health and Counseling Center, in memory of his daughter.
Assistant Professor of Fine
Arts Melissa Schulenberg is among the artists whose work will be exhibited
in the Roland Gibson Gallery at SUNY Potsdam, presenting its 2005 Fourth
Triennial North Country Regional Award Winners. The month-long exhibition
begins Friday, January 28, with an opening reception at 7 p.m. in the
Gibson Gallery Lobby in Brainerd Hall.
Lekuton '91, M'94 was featured in the January 24 edition of People magazine,
in its "Teacher" section. The story detailed
how Lekuton, a Maasai tribesman, annually takes his students from the
Langley School, along with their parents, to see how and where he grew
up in Kenya.
In the News
this week, the Web Cam will be pointed to an archived image the Chenrezig
mandala created by the Venerable Tenzin Yignyen at the Richard
F. Brush Art Gallery at St. Lawrence University. The work is based
on the Tibetan Buddhist deity of compassion. Also known in Sanskrit
as Avalokiteshvara, Chenrezig is the manifestation of the infinite compassion
of all Buddhas.