Conor McDermott '12 and his team at Kind Senior Care help seniors live independently and thrive. The pandemic has made their services even more essential.
Laurentians Always Help Other Laurentians, Just Ask
St. Lawrence alumni are known for making meaningful connections over shared experiences and common places. The COVID-19 pandemic hasn't changed that.
Celebrating St. Lawrence's Class of 2020
While the in-person Commencement celebrations scheduled for the weekend of May 15-17, 2020, were postponed, St.
Class of 2020 Member Publishes Research Paper in Dental Journal
When future dentist Tabitha Barr ’20 set out on her study abroad adventure in London, she never imagined it would lead to conducting research alongside one of the United Kingdom’s most renowned schola
Education Prof. Celebrates Class of 2020 in Published Op-Ed
An op-ed by Jeffrey Frank, associate professor and coordinator of undergraduate programs in education, had an op-ed titled, "Grieving and resilience: Celebrating the Class of 2020" published on Northj
Librarian's Poems Published
Paul Doty, St. Lawrence's librarian for Special Collections & University Archives, recently had two poems published in the Speckled Trout Review’s Spring 2020 issue.
Government Professor Publishes Paper
Assistant Professor of Government Mert Kartal recently had a paper published about European Union governance in Comparative European Politics.
The Enduring Power of Student Media During COVID-19
Today, most St. Lawrence students behind our student media outlets can’t be on campus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn’t mean they’ve stopped sharing.
Flexibility, Creativity, Community: The Art of Remote Learning
When Cece Rooney ‘20 left campus before Spring Break, she was prepared for at least one of the unknowns thanks to a 25-pound contingency plan—a fresh block of clay.
Professor Rowland's Book Published
A book authored by Maurer Associate Professor of Performance and Communication Arts Alison Rowland that discusses how the way we talk about things impacts their perceived valu
Statistics Professor's Work the Basis of Article on the NHL Draft
The work of Statistics Professor Michael Schuckers was used in a recent article by 'The Athletic' about how to determine whether an NHL draft class is strong or not.
Laurentians Inspire: Emily Cafarella '21
A day in the life of a St. Lawrence student looks different these days. That’s especially the case for one Laurentian who is also spending her time saving lives in her hometown.
St. Lawrence Celebrates Moving-Up Day Award Winners
St. Lawrence University announced its Moving-Up Day academic award winners, as well as Phi Beta Kappa and Omicron Delta Kappa’s newest inductees on Saturday, April 25.
Chemistry Professor Has Article Published
Amanda Oldacre, assistant professor of chemistry, recently had a paper published in the journal RSC Advances.
Global Activism with North Country Roots: Recent Alumna Awarded Fulbright to Teach in Ecuador
For Julianne DeGuardi ’17, curiosity has fueled her ambitious exploration as a student and as a graduate.
Sociology Professor Has Second Book Published
Stephen Barnard, associate professor and chair of sociology, recently had his second book published, All Media are Social - Sociological Perspectives on Mass Media.
English Prof. Has Article Published in Journal
Penny Vlagopoulos, assistant professor of English, recently had an article published in the Fall 2019 issue of Arizona Quarterly: A Journal of American Literature, Culture, and Theory.
Laurentians Inspire: Alex Petizian '10
Alex Petizian ’10 has been making big saves his whole life—even now during a global crisis.
Writers’ Series to Host Virtual Reading with Poet GennaRose Nethercott April 16
The Writers’ Series will conclude its 2019-20 season in historic fashion: with its first-ever virtual reading, which will feature poet GennaRose Nethercott on Thursday, April 16, at 8 p.m.
Education Prof. Pens Response to COVID-19 Crisis
Jeffrey Frank, associate professor and coordinator of undergraduate programs in education, had a piece published by Lever Press on the importance of a liberal arts education during the COVID-19 crisis.
St. Lawrence Student's Poem Wins Award
A poem by Sydney Minnehan '21 was named one of the winners in the poetry category of the 2020 Intro Journals Project competition, conducted by the Association of Writers and Writing Programs.
Laurentians Inspire: Chris Wiles '12
There’s a shortage of personal protective equipment for those on the front lines of the global COVID-19 pandemic, but Chris Wiles ’12 has created a solution that will help.
Modern Languages Instructor's Book Reviewed
Adjunct Instructor of Modern Languages Esthela Calderón's book, “The Bones of My Grandfather (Ecopoetry without Borders),” was recently reviewed by Plumwood Mountain, Australia's preeminent journal dedicated to literature and the environment.
All In: Saints Shave Heads to Benefit Boston Children’s Hospital
All 52 members of the nationally-ranked St. Lawrence men's lacrosse team took part in a challenge that helped raise money for the Boston Children's Hospital.