20 Years Young

St. Lawrence reflects on two decades of living and learning in the Adirondacks

If someone told me I’d get a second chance (and a third, fourth, and fifth) to participate in the Adirondack Semester, 13 years after my first go-round as a shy sophomore at St. Lawrence University, I would never have believed them—not in a million years.

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Professor Relays a Black History of the North Country

Many are not familiar with the individuals and communities of African descent who were integral to the founding story of the North Country. Their history and the contributions they made to the region are being rediscovered, taught, and shared by Melissane Parm Schrems, associate professor of history, coordinator of Native American Studies, and current Archie F. MacAllaster and Barbara Torrey MacAllaster Professor in North Country Studies.

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Silver and Bronze for Maggie Fellows ’13

In August, St. Lawrence University women’s rowing alumna Maggie Fellows ’13 made her USRowing National Team debut and helped the team claim two medals at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru —the only two medals for Team USA at the Games.

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SLU + SFU = 4+1 in Data Science

SLU + SFU = 4+1 in Data Science

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Ten Years of Laurentian Connections

Ten Years of Laurentian Connections

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