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NCPR Features Popular Student Baker

The popularity of a community-supported bakery cooked up by Roman Bergner '21 is on the rise, and North Country Public Radio (NCPR) shared his story.

Visiting Assistant Prof. Pens Op-Ed on Trump Foreign Policy

Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics Emre Balikci recently wrote about President Trump's foreign policy approach in an op-ed that was published by the Times Union in Albany, N.Y.

Faculty Sleep Research Highlighted by HuffPost

Research conducted and published by Professor of Psychology Pamela Thacher in 2007 about sleep deprivation and its impact on a student’s grade-point average found its way into a recent HuffP

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Gina Breen Published in "Journal of Mediterranean Studies"

Visiting Assistant Professor of Francophone Studies Gina Breen has published an article in the Journal of Mediterranean Studies (Vol. 27, No. 2, 2019).

Research by Geology Professor and Alumnus Published

Associate Professor of Geology Judith Nagel-Myers, a recent geology graduate, and two professors from a neighboring university recently had the results of a project examining how the form of clamshells aids them in withstanding the attacks of crushing predators like stone crabs published in the journal Historical Biology.  

Economics Professors Co-Author Paper Published in ‘China Economic Review’

The two professors describe the impact of parental migration on the education of children left behind.


Whitney Posts Top-25 Finish at Harvard Carnival

Senior captain Riley Whitney posted opened the EISA season with a top-25 finish to lead the St. Lawrence University Alpine Ski team in the slalom on day one of the inaugural Harvard University Carnival at Waterville Valley in Waterville, New Hampshire.

Adamson, Geschickter Lead Saints in Loss to Bombers

First-years Trent Adamson and Andrew Geschickter each tallied double-figures to lead the St. Lawrence University men's basketball team, but Ithaca claimed a 67-63 win in Liberty League action after 19 lead changes and seven ties in Burkman Gymnasium on Friday night.

Saints Lose Battle of Special Teams to No. 16 Harvard, 3-1

The St. Lawrence University men's hockey team lost the battle of special teams on Friday night, as No. 16 Harvard score three power-play goals to beat the Saints 3-1 at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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