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When Steve Peraza ’06 was a student at St. Lawrence, he sometimes felt like an outlier.
St. Lawrence faculty put their knowledge into action so students and others are able to benefit from it. Recently, faculty were awarded research grants, were featured in research articles and on the radio, published papers and research articles and much more.
Amanda Vansant ’24 is perched on her mountain bike at the top of a rugged downhill racecourse in Zirconia, North Carolina. As she prepares to plunge forward and take on the obstacles ahead of her, she reminds herself of the goals she wrote for her debut at the National Collegiate Mountain Bike Championships.
The New Year is already full of promise for St. Lawrence.
Jim ’69 and Charlie Mahoney ’69 are among the alumni and parent donors whose names appear on the ticker-tape outside the Bloomberg Finance Lab. While the lab was created with funds from a George I. Alden Trust grant, these individual gifts fund annual licensing renewal for the proprietary Bloomberg terminals.
The moment they stepped onto the Beta fire truck for their first date, Bill Christ ’68 and Jane Jochum Christ ’69 began what would become a quintessential St. Lawrence love story.
The river valley is quiet. It’s a sunny day in June, and Evelyn Albrecht ’25 has just given the wildlife detection dog named Newt his search command. Something switches on in the 4-year-old Labrador retriever’s brain. He’s in work mode now, bounding along the river bank in an erratic zig-zag pattern, deploying his stellar snout to sniff out wood turtles and help aid conservation efforts in Rhode Island.
In late October, the Ken Okoth ’01 Black American Music Project brought artist Jake Blount to campus to perform a free public performance and guest lecture in classes. The musician and scholar, whose...