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  1. 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. 

  2. A large group of students gather for a photo at the base of a fire tower atop Mount Azure.

    First Person: How to Get Involved On Campus

    Wesley Dixon '22

    Here at St. Lawrence, there are a lot of opportunities to participate in activities that interest you. When you set foot on campus, one of the first things that you participate in during First-Year...

  3. A student wearing a mask and preparing a layout on a computer.

    First Person: Why The Hill News is More Than Just a Newspaper

    Brynn Afton '23

    Friday morning breakfast. To some, it's just a meal, but to me, it's my favorite tradition. Friday morning breakfast means two things. First, I'll be surrounded by the very best people I have had the...

  4. A sign welcoming guests to Saint Lawrence and outlining COVID19 safety precautions.

    First Person: SLU (Missed) Connections and the Value of Community

    Cameron Morrissey '21

    The presence of COVID-19 has required everybody around the globe to make adjustments to their everyday lifestyle, and college campuses are no exception. It was impossible to imagine as underclassmen...

  5. A black and white photograph of members of the Black Student Union from 1973.

    Laurentians Inspire: The Black Student Union

    Sophie Margola '21

    In honor of Black History Month, our Laurentians Inspire series for the month of February celebrates Black Laurentians who have made a difference and left their mark on St. Lawrence.

  6. A group of Saint Lawrence students engaged in animated discussion at a large rectangular dining table. Photo from January 2020.

    First Person: Are We Listening? My Semester as a Civic Dialogue Fellow

    Jack Cruickshank '22

    Whether we like it or not, politics has seeped into every aspect of our lives. But having political conversations with our family and friends has become an activity that no one wants to indulge in...

  7. Students mixing dressing for kimchi in large pots at a kitchen table.

    First Person: How Living in a Theme House Brought Me Closer to the Canton Community

    Abbie Cooper '22

    By the time I was a junior at St Lawrence, I thought I knew everything there is to know about Canton and met most of the people I was going to meet at SLU. But after moving into the Greenhouse my...

  8. Two students perform at an open mic. One sings and plays guitar and the other plays guitar. Both wear masks.

    What Laurentians Do: St. Lawrence Performance Arts Persevere Through COVID-19

    Michael Paulino '20

    The COVID-19 pandemic posed unique challenges for performing artists at St. Lawrence, but it didn't stop student leaders and dedicated faculty and staff members across campus from continuing the rich tradition of music and dance at St. Lawrence.

  9. A student wearing a helmet and a harness, prepares to climb the rock face in front of them.

    First Person: My Rock Climbing Adventure

    Nina Haynie '22

    St. Lawrence University was my first choice when applying for colleges. Like many students, I was persuaded by the inclusive community I saw when I did a tour of the school. As a student of color from...

  10. Three students stand in front of a stone wall with their arms in the air. There are colorful balloons behind them.

    Laurentians Around the World Celebrate International Education Week

    International Education Week is celebrated nationwide, but a robust emphasis on promoting global citizenship and a passionate international student community makes it an especially meaningful event at St. Lawrence University.