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  1. Headshot of Caroline Fleischauer sitting on a leather chair in front of a bookcase.

    Empowering Students in Global Classrooms: Caroline Fleischauer ’15 Awarded Fulbright to Teach in Thailand

    Though it was practically predestined, Caroline Fleischauer ’15 didn’t come to St. Lawrence expecting to discover her passion for teaching. Education was always an important value in her family, but Fleischauer was uncertain if it was her calling, too.

  2. A black and white photo of Saints Women's Basketball huddled up on the sidelines of the court.

    St. Lawrence Celebrates the 50th Anniversary of Title IX

    Madison Amico '22, Deborah Dudley, and Aaron Todd '00, M'06

    Dotty Hall, an influential coach, administrator, and teacher from 1968 until 2000, was on the vanguard of advancing women’s athletics at St. Lawrence before the enactment of Title IX, the watershed legislation that recognized gender equity in education as a civil right. On the 50th anniversary of Title IX, we’re celebrating Hall and her fellow coaches, athletes, and advocates who blazed the trail for women’s athletics at St. Lawrence.

  3. A group of students gather for a photo with legendary New Orleans chef Leah Chase in her kitchen.

    First Person: Discovering the Taste and Texture of Music

    Ntsieng Botsane '23

    In the middle of Congo Square, Malik Bartholomew, our tour guide, said, “I would like you all to close your eyes in honor of the resilience and musicality of enslaved Africans on American soil.” Standing in the heart of Louis Armstrong Park, located in New Orleans, I felt that this was a sacred place.

  4. Six members of Saint Lawrence University's student government organization, Thelmo, stnad outside the Diana B. Torrey Health and Counseling Center.

    St. Lawrence Student Government Gives $1 Million in Support of Student Mental Health Care

    The Thelomathesian Society (also known as “Thelmo”) is donating $1 million to create an endowed fund aimed at increasing the availability of student mental health care on the St. Lawrence University campus.

  5. Scarlet and Brown graduation cap tassels with Class of twenty-twenty-two charms dangling from them.

    Meet St. Lawrence's Class of 2022

    After St. Lawrence’s Class of 2022 flip their tassels, they’ll enter the world prepared to leave it better than they found it. After four years of taking inspiring classes, encountering new perspectives around the globe, volunteering in their communities, conducting purposeful research, following creative pursuits, and working with passionate Laurentian mentors, they have the tools they need to make an impact wherever they go next.

  6. A large group of Saint Lawrence University alumni, wearing professional attire, stand in a group holding a scarlet and brown Saint Lawrence University flag.

    Alumni in Action-May 2022

    St. Lawrence graduates have a thirst for knowledge, are innovative problem-solvers, and make their communities, companies, and the world better places. This periodic roundup features Laurentians at the focus of news stories shared by and within their communities.

  7. Don and Sue Martin stand in front of Hall-Leet Stadium at North Country Field on the Saint Lawrence University Campus. Don is wearing a grey Saints Lacrosse shirt and holding a lacrosse helmet and stick as a lacrosse game takes place in the background.

    Laurentians. Liberal Arts. Legacy.

    Don ’70 and Suzanne Martin ’72 have seen how a St. Lawrence liberal arts education can influence lives–including their own.

  8. A photo of the Olympic team.

    Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Gold!

    TOMMY BENJES ’22, DEBORAH DUDLEY, and MEGHAN NICHOLS

    Saints show up and show off in Beijing.

  9. pixelated grphic of faces

    Leveling Up at the WORD Studio

    ALEXANDRA HILL '23

    How one student’s research is opening doors to greater accessibility

  10. Noah Weeks and Aida Gueye

    Making Room for Faith Traditions

    AYANA HARTLEY '22

    A new space in ODY Library allows students a quiet space for daily prayer and mediation, a step towards creating a more inclusive campus for all students.