- Making a Difference
“When you mentor a St. Lawrence student or recent graduate, you are not only enacting Laurentian Impact yourself but also empowering those who follow.” I recently had the pleasure of meeting Roxanne...
For all of our alumni, the quest for evidence and answers doesn’t stop after Commencement. Some choose to make this activity a profession. You can find them in the field or the lab, using their talents to communicate the importance of their research and engage others in their work.
Lifelong artist Mikayla Quinn '24 was drawn to an internship at the St. Lawrence County Arts Council, where she could use her talents to build community bonds while highlighting and celebrating North Country culture.
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.
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.
This summer, Alexandria Hansson '22 and Emilia Vardai-Davidson '23 got their hands a little dirty in the name of sustainable agriculture.
After arriving at St. Lawrence for her first year, Berenice Gervacio '25 didn't waste any time starting to explore her career interests and embedding herself in her new community.
The Campbell Brothers got the campus swinging last week during a live concert and two master classes with students for an inaugural celebration of the Ken Okoth '01 Black American Music Project.
Elise Pierson '24 discovered her passion for climate justice right in her hometown over six years ago. In the time since, she's attended multiple climate summits across New York State and served as a youth ambassador to the United Nations global climate conference.