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  1. Vanessa Chilunda, Rutendo Chabikwa, Luize Eihmane, and Winsome Toroitich

    Four Students Prepare to Attend Clinton Global Initiative Meeting

    Four St. Lawrence University students have been invited to attend the upcoming Clinton Global Initiative University conference to present their proposals for innovative solutions to challenging social issues.

  2. Chapel in Autumn

    St. Lawrence Receives a ‘Best Campus in New York’ Rating

    St. Lawrence University was named Best Campus in New York by, thanks in large part to students who completed its survey

  3. A group of Saint Lawrence University students, wearing business professional attend an alumni event in Washington, D.C. attire,

    Alumni Give Students Glimpse of High-Powered Professions in D.C.

    Like many St. Lawrence University students past and present, Mike Arpey ’85 grew up in a family where there was never any talk of Wall Street or the world of finance at the dinner table. Neither of his parents went to college. But while he was a student at St. Lawrence University, he met John Hannon ’44, a St. Lawrence alumnus and then CEO of Bankers Trust.

  4. SLU’s Economic Impact on the North Country Increases

    A recent study shows that St. Lawrence University’s economic impact on the North Country region of New York increased nearly $15 million over the last two years to just over $276 million.

  5. Scarlet, grey, and brown Saint Lawrence sweatshirts and jackets on a table.

    First Person: There's Something About This Place


    Whenever someone asks me about my time at St. Lawrence, I say without hesitation that I absolutely love it. More than just love, I’m obsessed with it. And it is an obsession – how else would I come to...

  6. Madeline Wetterhahn.

    First Person: Body Beautiful Week - A Personal Story


    “Body Beautiful Week: Love Your Body!”—which corresponds to National Eating Disorder Awareness Week—encourages dialogue on campus about body image, healthy eating, and eating disorders. I believe...