We’ve Got Mail

Birthday cake from New Orleans and 55,000 other deliveries that illustrate how life has changed for college students in the 21st century.

“We get some weird stuff,” says Warren Harman, senior clerk at St. Lawrence’s Student Mail Center. “We even got a birthday cake for somebody from a special bakery in New Orleans.” Harman, now in his third year managing the sending and receiving of mail for the 2,400 students at St. Lawrence, has a unique lens on the 21st-century college student and exactly how things have changed since the advent of online shopping.

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The Extra Mile

How enrichment travel grants give students a chance to go further.

“I literally fed a panda from my own hand,” says Susana Alvarado ’20 describing an experience she had in Shanghai, China, during her fall 2019 study abroad.

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The Details are in the Devils

Student researchers discover Laurentian and Martian connections while studying dust devils in the Nevada desert.

“Dust devils are like little tornadoes of dry dust that result when the surface heats up quickly. The hot air on the ground stays sheltered while the heat is transferred into the upper atmosphere through the spinning columns of air,” says Owen Sprau ’21, who, along with classmate and fellow geology major Banner Cole ’22, spent summer 2019 in the Nevada desert as dust devil field assistants with the SETI Institute.

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As One

As One

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Crunching the Numbers

Crunching the Numbers

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Striving for Greatness

Striving for Greatness

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