After four years, the positive impact that Shedrack Bogonko '22 has made on his alma mater is visible. A government and business in the liberal arts combined major, Shedrack's legacy is one to be proud of.
Anyone who walks through the first floor of the Sullivan Student Center can see the exhibition of artwork by BIPOC students—a collection Shedrack worked with administration to make permanent. Ubuntu, the BIPOC student-run magazine he founded in 2021, features underrepresented voices and perspectives from across the St. Lawrence community. It was so popular that it was nearly impossible to get a copy immediately after its first printing.
Shedrack's impact transcends campus boundaries—he's also worked with a local non-profit in downtown Canton to help preserve local history and has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity. Learn more about his academic passions and co-curricular pursuits all contributed to his legacy at St. Lawrence.