News

Active Filters

  • Sustainability Program
  1. Student board game and chocolate wrappers

    The World According to Chocolate

    Deborah Dudley

    How the Forrest E. Mars, Jr. Chocolate History Research 
Grant was a passport to understanding everything.

  2. A collage of Peter Pettengill, Kristine Hoffmann, Howard Eissenstat, a Saint Lawrence student, and Matthew Skeels.

    St. Lawrence in the News-June 27, 2022

    This regular roundup features a selection of recent mentions of St. Lawrence University and its students, faculty, and staff in regional, national, and international media outlets.

  3. Three Students Secure Chocolate Passport Grants

    Three St. Lawrence students have secured Chocolate Passport grant funding to support projects examining sustainable cacao agroforestry, consumer responsibility, and medicinal and pharmaceutical uses of cacao.

  4. A student, wearing a mask and disposable gloves, prepares a healthy meal with fresh veggies.

    St. Lawrence Earns Recognition for Environmental Initiatives, Sustainability Practices

    Two top-tier industry publications recently recognized St. Lawrence University’s efforts to make sustainability an integral practice in all aspects of campus life—from the residence halls to academic programs, transportation, and dining options.

  5. Up-close with a lot of red and brown M and Ms.

    Sustainability Program Receives Mars Wrigley Grant for Interdisciplinary “Chocolate Passport” Experience

    St. Lawrence University students interested in all things chocolate are now able to embark on a tasty year-long adventure that includes studying chocolate’s rich history and its impact on past and present culture thanks to a recent grant from Mars Wrigley, the world's leading manufacturer of chocolate, chewing gum, mints, and fruity confections.

  6. A professor guides a small group of students as they examine vegetables grown on our farm.

    St. Lawrence Named a 'Green College' by Princeton Review

    St. Lawrence University is one of the nation’s most environmentally responsible colleges according to The Princeton Review, which included St. Lawrence in its "Guide to Green Colleges: 2021 Edition."

  7. A photo of students in a large kitchen preparing a meal together.

    A Delicious Laboratory

    BROOKE KELLY '20

    New course brings the Green Café to campus, a new place for students to get a healthy, local dinner