June 22, 2005 - Click
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The research done by Jonas Landes'05 for his senior project
is now being applied to his first post-
St. Lawrence full-time job. For
Country Public Radio’s news team is the recipient of two national
awards for broadcast journalism. The Radio
and Television News Directors Association (RTNDA) has named NCPR
the 2005 recipient of a national Edward R. Murrow Award for broadcast
excellence. NCPR’s news team was selected for their outstanding
continuing coverage of the Iraq war. NCPR was a recent regional
Murrow Award winner for the same coverage. Regional winners are
automatically entered into the national award competition. Seventy-five
national winners were chosen from a pool of 3,390 entries.
tops for laboratories in the Sarah Johnson Redlich'82 Hall of
Science will be made of durable and chemical-resistant epoxy resin.
We have chosen a gray color to reflect light in the lab (as opposed
to the standard black tops that absorb light). The gray is light
enough to hide any potential scratches but dark enough to see
Bunsen burner flames and spilled chemical powders. Stains (often
occurring in chemistry and biology research) are also easily cleaned
from the epoxy surface.
Lawrence In the News
New York Times Magazine carried a feature story in its
June 12 edition on Romentics, a business venture co-created by
Scott Pomfret '90, and noted his alma mater. For
The Greenwich Post (CT) carried a large feature story
in its June 9 edition on the fourth annual lacrosse tournament
created to honor the memory of Katie Higgins '00. Emerita Professor
of Sport and Leisure Studies Dotty Hall, who had been Higgins'
lacrosse coach at St. Lawrence, was quoted in the story.
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