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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
10 Best Ways to Spend Your Quarantine
While we are amidst unthinkable times during a global pandemic, many Laurentians have taken solace in the old saying, “When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade." This figure of speech is one you can trace back all the way to your earliest memories as a child.
No Ordinary University: Connections with Faculty and Staff
I have always found the dynamic between teachers and students fascinating. Growing up in a household with two parents who worked in the public school system, I quickly gained an understanding of the importance of education.
Bringing Friends Home for Dinner: The Perks of Being a North Country Student
Many times, I have been asked by family and friends, “Why would you go to a university that is so close to home?” To that question, I have many responses. I often tell them that I knew the moment I stepped on campus here I felt as though it could be a second home.
The Feeling When All Your Friends Are Back From Abroad
Studying abroad is an integral part of the SLU experience. Approximately 65 percent of students spend a semester off campus, and SLU offers 30 off-campus programs in more than 20 countries.
The Power of a Bumper Sticker
It was exactly three days before I was to pack up my car and take the six-hour drive from northern Connecticut to Canton, New York to begin my first year at St. Lawrence. I was at the local pharmacy, picking up some last-minute toiletries and other items on my packing list. Shampoo, check.
Following North Country Sunsets
One of the North Country’s most notable aspects are its breathtaking sunsets. Being on campus for the summer working as an Admissions Summer Intern afforded me the opportunity to take in the beauty of SLU’s campus and its surrounding areas more than I ever have before.
Beyond a Textbook: My Summer Program in Israel
I was never much of a rule breaker, but violating international law might’ve had to be an exception. In front of me was a large, 10-foot-tall sign prohibiting the entrance into Area A fully controlled by the Palestinian Authority, in Arabic, Hebrew, and English.
A Thank You Letter To SLU (From a Senior)
When I sat down to write this letter, I spent a long time deliberating how to start. How do you thank someone or something who has so vastly shaped you into the person you are today? So, before I get into thanking SLU, I would first like to thank the people that got me here.
The Top 10 "Instagram-able" Places at St. Lawrence
It’s no secret that St. Lawrence’s campus is beautiful. The St. Lawrence charm around every corner brings life and allure to our community. Every season brings a fresh new look, painting the campus in new colors and sights.
Late Night Painting: The Adventures of The Art Studio
“I am happy to be alive as long as I can paint.” -Frida Kahlo
Bringing SLU Tools Abroad
The Quick Comparison Approximate St. Lawrence enrollment: 2500. Approximate University of Otago enrollment: 21,000 – over eight times that of ours at SLU. Majors available at St. Lawrence: 69. Programs of study available at the University of Otago: 195.