News

  1. Two college-aged men wearing casual clothing stand in front of the eBay sign.

    Laurentian Connections in Action at eBay

    Both Evan Holm '23 and Stew Hutchinson '23 spent their summers immersed in the workplace culture of eBay, putting their liberal arts experiences to work while learning first-hand how a finance organization works at a major global company.

  2. Rosie Gotsch.

    Research Fellow Zones in on Affordable Housing and the Climate Crisis

    As an aspiring architect, Rosie Gotsch ’22 is tuned into global issues affecting the housing market. Inspired by her faculty mentor, she set out to investigate the role zoning regulations play in society and the climate crisis.

  3. Rutendo Chabikwa in London

    Young Alumni at Work: Media Spotlight

    Alumni know that all students at St. Lawrence must achieve a level of excellence in writing and rhetoric as a critical component to career preparedness, regardless of their major. Communications is the key for those alumni who have delved into professional spaces that rely on this expertise.

  4. EJ Curtis.

    Young Alumni at Work: Searching for Answers

    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.

  5. Graduate assistant coaches selfie together

    Home Grown

    Deborah Dudley

    Saints Athletics benefits from young alumni returning to assist.

  6. Kevin Angstadt in front of computers

    NSF Grant Funds St. Lawrence Computer Science Research

    Jonathan Brown

    A St. Lawrence graduate, now an assistant professor at the University, is part of a team of researchers that was awarded a National Science Foundation grant of $1.2 million to research high-performance computer components, their software, and how to make both perform better and last longer.

  7. PME New Members Fall 2022

    Math Honor Society Inducts New Members - Fall 2022

    Pi Mu Epsilon, the mathematical honor society, inducted 14 new members on October 24, 2022. Pi Mu Epsilon is a non-secret organization whose purpose is the promotion of scholarly activity in mathematics among students in academic institutions and among the staffs of qualified non-academic institutions.

  8. Mikayla Quinn, wearing a black tank top and patterned skirt, stands in front of a colorful mural at a community art center.

    Arts Council Intern Finds Connection and Career Inspiration

    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.