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75 Years of St. Lawrence

“I once figured out that about 100 people have a hand in every magazine,” says Neal Burdick ’72, who served as St. Lawrence’s editor-in-chief from 1977 to 2016. The magazine, which began as the St. Lawrence University Bulletin, was first published in 1943 with the purpose of keeping Laurentians, especially those serving during World War II, informed about their University—a mission that is largely unchanged to this day.

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Making it Work: A Recipe for Success

Anita Shepherd ’02, founder of Anita’s Yogurt

Speaking from a warehouse in upstate New York, where she is expanding operations from a 200-gallons-per-batch production to a 1,000-gallons-per-batch operation, Anita Shepherd ’02 apologizes, “Yeah, there’s just no cell phone reception up here, really, so I have to get by using Wi-Fi.”

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A Next-Generation Trailblazer

Karson Humiston ’15, founder of Vangst Talent Network

What business media outlets featuring the success of 25-year-old entrepreneur Karson Humiston ’15 fail to understand is that, according to Humiston, the springboard of her start-up Vangst Talent Network, a Denver-based recruitment firm for the legal cannabis industry, began as a database of college-age contacts she developed while a student at St. Lawrence University.

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First Class

First Class

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Geology Takes the Lead

Geology Takes the Lead

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On the Avenue

On the Avenue

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