St. Lawrence has no shortage of crazy creative, passionate, and environmentally-conscious students, and any student can get involved by joining one of these student-run environmental organizations: 1. Environmental Conservation Committee
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The Competitive Advantage of St. Lawrence's Alumni Network
Last semester, St. Lawrence University’s Fed Challenge team set a school record when it earned second place out of 85 colleges and universities in the 17th annual national College Fed Challenge.
Saints to the Rescue
Have you ever had one of those dreams that happens to line up with what is actually going on in the world around you?
Homecoming Weekend brought alumni back to campus for fun events, including one hosted by the Outing Club.
St. Lawrence is Real
The joke began in the summer of 2012 (and for the record, it wasn’t funny back then, either).
Nothing Stops Tradition
“Hello St. Lawrence Community,As you all know, the tragic fire Sunday morning has put the historical Chapel out of commission for an unknown amount of time, suspending any event, service, meeting and even the ringing of the bells.
Spreading the GROUPLOVE
At our Fall Concert this year, students grooved to the great music and good vibes of GROUPLOVE and The Rubens.
Out of the Classroom, Into the Field
Many students here will agree that being surrounded by the Adirondacks is an advantage many other universities do not have.
The Peakin' Weekend
In 1982, members of the student-run Outing Club devised the event that they dubbed “46er Day.” Now, 31 years later, the tradition has a new title, “Peak Weekend”, yet remains an essential student ritual.
Celebrating Greek Bid Day
If you had asked me in high school if I would join a sorority, I would have looked at you like you were insane. But here I am, a senior in college, loving the fact that I have been running recruitment for each of the sororities on campus as the Pan-Hellenic Recruitment Chair at St. Lawrence this semester.
Where in the World Do YOU Want to Go?
The deadline has come and gone and students are now playing the game everyone dreads the most: the waiting game. September 10th was the application deadline for students interested in going abroad in spring 2014.
To the Class of 2017 (and Future Laurentians)
When we recently asked our alumni, students, faculty and friends what they would add to a St. Lawrence bucket list, more than 100 responded with everything from local food recommendations to beautiful North Country scenic spots, clubs to take part in and traditions to hold on to.