- University News and Stories
Charles Shaw '22 feels that he has found a home in the North Country. After four years at St. Lawrence, he wanted to give back to the surrounding community.
Faculty members put their knowledge into action so students and others are able to benefit from it. Recently, faculty published journal articles and presented at domestic and international conferences.
Nadiana Acevedo ’24 isn’t afraid of a challenge. When she set out to investigate the effects of an anti-cancer drug this summer, she discovered that sometimes the best learning experiences can come from trial and error.
George W. Karpus ’68 was honored during Laurentian Weekend 2022 for his prolific contributions to St. Lawrence University and its Division III athletics program. As alumni, parents, and others came back to enjoy the weekend celebrations, nearly 200 Laurentians gathered for the naming of the George W. Karpus ’68 Atrium.
The Scarlet & Brown Stories team sat down with President Kathryn A. Morris and discussed her first year on campus, three strategic initiatives for the year ahead, the upcoming Inauguration, and some of her St. Lawrence and North Country favorites.
When Sam Cohen ’23 took a class on Shakespeare’s Roman plays, she couldn’t help but notice patterns between power and politics. Following her curiosity, she set out to determine if the past could be a key to the present.
When Ruiqi Yang ’23 returned to China in 2021, he couldn’t help but notice the effect the COVID-19 pandemic had on daily life. Inspired by his academic interests, he explored the pandemic’s connection to a much-discussed topic in his home country–the housing market.
This summer, Alexandria Hansson '22 and Emilia Vardai-Davidson '23 got their hands a little dirty in the name of sustainable agriculture.
St. Lawrence’s Richard F. Brush Art Gallery has received a Sustaining Cultural Heritage Collections planning grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) in support of a study aimed at optimizing its storage facility and three adjacent exhibition galleries.
Saints student-athlete Hope Donoghue ’24 has always been intrigued by sports data. This summer, she combined her academic and athletic passions as a data science researcher.