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  1. A black-and-white photo of J. Kimball Gannon, Class of 1924.

    A Song That Keeps Giving to St. Lawrence

    One of the most beloved Christmas songs of all time, “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” has a direct connection to St. Lawrence, and thanks to the generosity of a Laurentian, the University earns something every time it plays.

  2. A collage of three images: the first features a ribbon-cutting ceremony, the second features a team hoisting a trophy, and the third includes two happy masked graduates.

    St. Lawrence’s Top Stories for 2021

    A new president, a historic end to the University’s largest campaign ever, and the successes of our faculty, students, and alumni were among the most viewed online stories from St. Lawrence University in 2021.

  3. Andrew Matthews, Tyler Grochet, and Ben Barba, wearing business attire and hold athletic equipment, stand next to one another on a campus walkway on an overcast day.

    An Ecosystem of Entrepreneurship

    Andrew Matthews ’22 juggles more than schoolwork and co-curriculars during the school year. A business in the liberal arts and economics double major who is also a member of the Saints baseball team, Andrew equally spends his time working on strategy sessions, pitch decks, and public relations for Hoppz, an app he co-founded with friends and brought to life during the pandemic. 

  4. Shuwei Jolly Zhang, Howard Eissenstat, Amir Tayebi, Choong-Soo Lee, Cynthia Bansak, Peter Pettengill, Sun Ki Choi, Melissa Schulenberg, Emre Balicki, and Ivan Ramler.

    Faculty Focus- Dec. 13, 2021

    Faculty members put their knowledge into action so students and others are able to benefit from it. Recently, faculty published journal articles with students and alumni, presented scholarly papers at conferences, showcased artwork with alumni, and shared their career journeys with doctoral students. 

  5. Amanda Barreto Salgueiro, Mariam Waqar Khattak, Cassandra Kunert, and John Collins.

    Professor, Students, and Graduate Present at International Media Conference

    Four members of the St. Lawrence University community recently attended and presented at the 2021 Critical Media Literacy Conference of the Americas (CMLCA), held virtually October 15-17, 2021. All four are involved with Weave News, an independent media outlet founded at St. Lawrence in 2007.

  6. Saint Lawrence University professor Ivan Ramler, wearing a red polo, talks about an assignment with a student.

    St. Lawrence University Receives $250,000 Emerson Foundation Grant in Support of Data Science Internships and Research

    St. Lawrence University has received a $250,000 grant from the Fred L. Emerson Foundation in support of the University’s “Building Bright Futures in Data Science” project which will expand summer internship and research opportunities for St. Lawrence students in the rapidly growing field of data science, one of the University’s newest majors.

  7. Five students in business attire with their arms around one another in front of the student center on a sunny day on the Saint Lawrence University campus.

    St. Lawrence University Students Earn Recognition in 2021 National College Fed Challenge

    St. Lawrence University’s Fed Challenge team recently celebrated an impressive showing at this year’s National College Fed Challenge, continuing a tradition of excellence at the competition by demonstrating the power of the liberal arts to equip students with the practical skills they need to tackle real-world problems. The team was a regional finalist in the New York Federal Reserve District’s competitive Liberty Street Division and was one of 18 out of 74 teams to compete in the national semifinals.

  8. Elisa Van Kirk, Howard Eissenstat, Aileen O'Donoghue.

    St. Lawrence in the News – Dec. 13, 2021

    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.

  9. Shiru Kimani.

    St. Lawrence Scholar Selected for Prestigious U.S. Department of State Fellowship Program

    Following a highly-competitive nationwide contest, Shiru Kimani ’22 has been selected for the U.S. Department of State Thomas Pickering Fellowship Program, an award that fully funds a two-year master’s degree program for students pursuing a degree relevant to the conduct of U.S. foreign policy.

  10. Aileen O'Donoghue and Haille Perkins sit in O'Donoghue's office and discuss their research project.

    St. Lawrence Undergraduate Researchers to Observe Galaxies with Remote Telescope

    St. Lawrence students will observe galaxies using the world’s largest steerable, single-dish telescope in Green Bank, West Virginia, from their labs in Canton, N.Y., thanks to a successful observation proposal by a research team including Henry Priest Professor of Physics Aileen O’Donoghue and Haille Perkins ’22.