Michael E. Schuckers, Rutherford Professor of Mathematics, was interviewed for a question-answer article in "The Athletic," a subscription based online sports magazine.
St. Lawrence in the News
Gov't Prof. Syracuse Op-Ed Questions Liberal Double Standard
Alan Draper, professor of government, wrote an opinion article for Syracuse "Post-Standard," which asks liberals to reflect upon why white, working-class voters prefer Trump's message over theirs.
'USA Today' Quotes History Prof. on U.S.-Turkey Crisis
Howard Eissenstat, associate professor of history and Turkish affairs expert, was quoted in USA Today over the mounting U.S.-Turkey political crisis surrounding a jailed American pastor.
Gov't Prof. Interviewed by Local News on Local House Race
James Sieja, assistant professor of government, was interviewed by Spectrum News regarding a controversy in the race for New York's 21st Congressional District.
Sociology Prof. Calls on Journalists to Help Fix Twitter
Stephen Barnard, assistant professor of sociology, calls upon journalists to help fix Twitter in "The Hill."
History Prof. Quoted in NBC, Vox on Turkey Detentions
Howard Eissenstat, associate professor of history and Turkish affairs expert, was quoted in Vox news on Turkey's detention of an American pastor, which has impassioned many evangelical Christians.
Sociology Prof. Op-Ed Calls on Journalists to Accept Criticism
Stephen Barnard, assistant professor of sociology, wrote an opinion article for RealClearPolitics on the need for journalism to accept public criticism while defending their values.
Geology Professor Quoted in Adirondack Magazine
Jeffrey Chiarenzelli, professor of geology, was quoted in Adirondack Explorer magazine on the environmental safety of an Adirondack mine.
New York Times Quotes History Professor on Turkey's Elections
Howard Eissenstat, associate professor of history and Turkish affairs expert, was quoted in a New York Times article, titled "Five Takeaways From Turkey's Election."
History Professor Quoted in National News Article About Turkish Elections
Howard Eissenstat, associate professor of history and Turkish affairs expert, was quoted in an NBC News article regarding the upcoming elections in Turkey.
Op-Ed by Government Professor Featured in 'USA Today'
Alan Draper, the Michael W. Ranger '80 and Virginia R. Ranger P'17 Professor of Government, wrote an opinion article that was featured in the Sunday, June 3, "USA Today."
Edu. Prof. Writes on Role of Liberal Arts in Hechinger Report
Jeff Frank, associate professor of education, wrote for "Hechinger Report" on how a liberal arts education can by transformative only if students are able to turn away from the "lure of stupefaction through technology.
History Prof. Quoted in International Media
Howard Eissenstat, associate professor of history and Turkish affairs expert, was quoted in international media on calls for Turkey to release jailed Kurdish politician.
Local Media Covers Commencement Ceremony
Local media were on hand to cover St. Lawrence University's 163rd Commencement ceremony, which took place on Sunday, May 20, in Appleton Arena.
Student's Research Credited on CNN Episode
Research conducted by Tanveer Kalo '18, a government major and history minor from Queens, New York, was included on CNN's "United Shades of America" series.
History Professor Quoted in 'The Atlantic'
Howard Eissenstat, associate professor of history and Turkish affairs expert, was quoted in The Atlantic on "hostage diplomacy."
'WDT' Features Students Raising Money for Local Schools
The "Watertown Daily Times" wrote about a group of St. Lawrence University students trying to raise money to launch a project that would provide gently-used clothing, including winter coats, to local high school students.
History Prof. Quoted in 'Le Monde'
Howard Eissenstat, associate professor of history and Turkish affairs expert, was quoted by "Le Monde," ahead of the June 24 elections in Turkey.
English Prof. Interviewed by 'Rolling Stone'
Natalia Singer, professor of English, was interviewed by Rolling Stone in an article on the subject of the Netflix series, Wild, Wild Country.
Geology Prof. Discusses Earthquakes in NNY
Alexander Stewart, assistant professor of geology, discussed with WWNY-TV Channel 7 why earthquakes are possible in the North Country.
Edu. Prof, Student Efforts Realized in Children's Museum
The founder and director of the North Country Children’s Museum in Potsdam, Sharon Vegh Williams, was quoted by local media following a preview visit to the museum by New York's lieutenant governor.
Trustee's Op-Ed in 'IHE' Mentions SLU Connect
St. Lawrence Trustee S. Georgia Nugent wrote an opinion article that was featured on "Inside Higher Ed's" newest blog "Construction Trumps Disruption."
E-Magazine Profiles Student Researcher's Work
Tanveer Kalo '18, a government major and history minor, profiled by web-based magazine for his research into Asian Indians who served in the U.S military during the First World War.
'WaPo' Runs Op-Ed by Psychology Profs on School Start Times
"The Washington Post" featured an op-ed co-written by Pamela Thacher, professor of psychology, and Serge Onyper, associate professor of psychology, on school start times.