November 28, 2005
is St. Lawrence's Sesquicentennial Year!
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Laurentian Singers of St. Lawrence University will perform their
6th Annual Christmas Concert and Carol Sing on
Saturday, December 3, 2005 at 2:00 p.m. in Gunnison Chapel on campus.
The concert is open to the public at no charge. Director Barry Torres
plans a program of Christmas music from the 30’s and 40’s,
as well as more recent selections and a few traditional favorites,
including the “Hallelujah” chorus from Handel’s
Love the Laurentian Singers so much you'd like to hear their music
at home, in your car, wherever you are? Then check out their two
new CDs, now available through the St. Lawrence Brewer
Bookstore. Home for The Holidays features 18 songs, including
traditional and contemporary, sacred and secular selections and
In Concert, On Tour features 25 pieces, including the three
St. Lawrence songs (Tribute, Chapel Bells and Alma Mater), plus
many Laurentian Singers favorites from the past 50 years. Each CD
is $14.99, both CDs together are $24.99. To
available for order to celebrate the Sesquicentennial: a new
St. Lawrence Pictorial Book featuring contemporary and archival
images of the University's landscapes, buildings and interior scenes.
In 80 pages of color photography and 31 pages of black-and-white historical
photos, this special hardcover edition can be ordered through Brewer
Bookstore, with delivery expected in January 2006. For the holidays,
the Bookstore will send a color gift card you may give to your recipients.
Cost is $39.95.For
available to purchase to celebrate the Sesquicentennial: Images
of America Campus History Series: St. Lawrence University. Researched
and edited by Dana Professor of Biology David Hornung and Peter Van
de Water '58, featuring hundreds of photos from the St. Lawrence University
archives, this paperback edition is $19.99 and may be purchased on-line
or at the Bookstore. For
a new Summer Program in Kenya: St. Lawrence University will
offer a new program in Kenya, June 3 - July 1. Like the semester program,
the summerterm will offer students an exciting, multifaceted, intensively
cross-cultural experience, combining classroom instruction and field
experience in one of Africa’s most stable and thriving countries.
Preview a Flash "video"
about the program.
For More about the program and application materials
Lawrence University’s men’s squash team gave a dominating
performance to capture the Liberty League squash championship
Sunday, November 20.
The No. 1 Saints Women’s Hockey team (11-0-2,
2-0-2) extended its record unbeaten streak to 14
games this weekend. The Saints 14-game unbeaten streak dates back
to the final game of last season. For
Lawrence In the News
Positive reviews of Professor of Canadian Studies Robert Thacker's
new book, Alice Munro: Writing Her Lives, have appeared in
the Toronto Star and the Toronto Globe & Mail.
More In The News
University's Sesquicentennial Celebration has begun and a dedicated
Web site is live, with regular updates planned. News Digest will
have Sesqui feature each week. We hope you'll visit the Sesqui Web
site on your own regularly!
Sesquicentennial Fun Fact: There are 26 stained
glass windows on campus: one in Herring Cole, four in Richardson
Hall and 21 in Gunnison Chapel. In addition to the various liberal
arts disciplines, they honor individuals ranging from King Arthur
to Mahatma Gandhi to Dag Hammerskjold.
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