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  1. A group of 11 Laurentians stand in front of a Northwestern Mutual sign while holding a Saint Lawrence University banner.

    Building a Laurentian ‘Dream Team’ in Boston

    In the fall of her senior year, Eleanor Napoli '20 saw a LinkedIn post in the St. Lawrence University group advertising an open position in the Northwestern Mutual Boston Downtown office. Knowing how helpful St. Lawrence alumni are, she felt comfortable connecting directly with Madison Wilcox '14, who authored the post, to learn about how she navigated life after graduation.

  2. A graphic that reads "Finance Q and A" with figures and charts representing the finance industry in the background.

    Get to Know St. Lawrence's New Finance Major

    Housed in St. Lawrence’s economics department, the new finance major combines both theoretical and practical approaches to equip students to tackle some of today’s biggest challenges when it comes to funding public health, education, and other key services.

  3. Two Saint Lawrence students navigate a river near campus in a canoe.

    University Receives $10,000 Grant to Support North Country Waterways Project

    St. Lawrence University has received a $10,000 grant from Humanities New York (HNY) in support of the North Country Rights of Nature Project, which will focus on creating a bill of rights to protect the ecosystems of the St. Regis, Grasse, and Raquette Rivers.

  4. Professor Ivan Ramler stands at the front of a class explaining an equation on a whiteboard.

    Get to Know St. Lawrence's New Data Science Major

    St. Lawrence’s new data science major is interdisciplinary, hands-on, and full of opportunities for students to apply their coursework to real-world opportunities like internships and research.

  5. Valerie Lehr, Sahar Milani, Sara Ashpole, Alanna Gillis, Jeff Frank, and Robin Rhodes.

    Faculty Focus - Jan. 17, 2022

    Faculty members put their knowledge into action so students and others are able to benefit from it. Recently, faculty published journal articles with alumni, provided insight into personal finance options, and were selected to give the keynote address at an international conference.

  6. Sarath Novas sets up photography equipment in a gazebo in a park. They’re experimenting with pinhole cameras, which look like large boxes.

    St. Lawrence Student Selected for Prestigious Study Abroad Scholarship

    Following a competitive application process, Sarath Novas ’23 has been selected for the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, an award that will support her off-campus study in London during the Spring 2022 semester.

  7. A woman, wearing a red ribbon on her lapel, stands in front of a crowd protesting for democracy. A woman, wearing a purple dress, looks into a mirror.

    Richard F. Brush Art Gallery to Present Exhibitions

    The St. Lawrence University Richard F. Brush Art Gallery will present two exhibitions showcasing artwork beginning Wednesday, Jan. 19, through Saturday, Feb. 26.

  8. Esports Logo with headshots of Josh Lanza and Kyle Jicha

    Scarlet & Brown Stories Podcast - Episode 8: Esports with Josh Lanza and Kyle Jicha

    In this episode, Saints Esports Coordinator Josh Lanza and Overwatch Coach Kyle Jicha share how students’ passion brought their vision for an esports team to life.

  9. Pamela Thacher, Howard Eissenstat, Ailleen O'Donoghue, and Jeff Frank.

    St. Lawrence in the News - Jan. 10, 2022

    This regular roundup features a selection of recent mentions of St. Lawrence University and its students, faculty, and staff in regional, national, and international media outlets.

  10. A group of cross-country skiers practice racing on a snowy path in a wooded forest.

    What’s at Stake: Alumni, Faculty Publish Research on Climate Change and Winter Sports in the North Country

    Winter in the North Country is synonymous with outdoor activities like pond hockey and cross country skiing. In a collaborative research article recently published in The Adirondack Journal of Environmental Studies, two faculty members and three St. Lawrence alumni explore how carbon emissions and climate change could affect these cold-weather traditions.