- Chaplain's Office
University Chaplain the Rev. Dr. Shaun Whitehead discusses tradition and community at St. Lawrence. Reflecting on the unprecedented events of the last two years, Shaun shares the impact that it has had on her and the broader Laurentian community, along with her hopes for the future.
For the last century, the Candlelight Service has been a cornerstone of the St. Lawrence experience and the holiday season in the North Country. The service offers a pause for reflection before final exams and marks the end of the fall semester and the approaching turn of the calendar year. The service also signals the beginning of winter and the promise of longer daylight.
Remembering! draws our reflections to those we have lost in so many conflicts such as World War I and II, the Korean Conflict, the Vietnam War, the struggles for economic and social justice, and the...
The year 2021 marks 20 years since September 11, 2001, a profoundly transformative moment. Join St. Lawrence University faculty, staff, and alumni guests for a full week of activities (Sept. 3-11) as our community reflects on the many ways both our national and global communities have been impacted.
As part of the closing ceremonies of the UNITY Project at St. Lawrence University on Wednesday, Oct. 14, it was announced that Room 336 in the Sullivan Student Center would be named in memory of The Reverend Kathleen Buckley, St. Lawrence’s University Chaplain for 19 years.
A service celebrating the life of The Reverend Kathleen Buckley took place on Sunday, Feb. 2, in Gunnison Memorial Chapel.
St. Lawrence University's Chaplain's Office seeks to engage students in conversation about spirituality and create a welcoming space for any University member to explore, grieve, be vulnerable, and more
St. Lawrence University Associate Chaplain the Rev. Shaun Whitehead, a South Side Chicago native, knows better than most that college students are unsure and possibly skeptical about the brick-and-mortar structures that are cloaked in organized religion.