What are the odds?

Meet four alumni with the same NFL team–who never touch a football.

A Spike for SLU

Four young alumni find themselves working behind the scenes with a legendary NFL team.

What is the probability that four people—three from the same graduating class—would end up working for an organization of approximately 200 people located 1,500 miles from the university they attended?

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Where the Partridge Drums

A tutoring program conceived by a St. Lawrence professor and a Mohawk chief set in motion five decades of collaboration.

"It all started with a box lacrosse game,” Donna Christian ’71 told a Schenectady Gazette reporter in 1969. Christian was at the time the first co-director, with Joyce DeRosa Kay ’72, of Operation Kanyengehaga, a tutoring program at the Akwesasne (St. Regis) Mohawk Reservation about 40 miles from campus. 

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Balancing Bat Nets and Sports Nets

Lexi Brown ’16 personifies the scholar-athlete ideal

People at st. lawrence university might know Alexis “Lexi” Brown ’16 for her success on the volleyball court and strong presence in the classroom. What they might not know, however, is that she has done years of cutting-edge research on bats. 

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A Word From the President

A Word From the President

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Abbott-Young Memorial Temple Reopens

Abbott-Young Memorial Temple Reopens

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He Ran Out of Continents

He Ran Out of Continents

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