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  1. A group of smiling Saint Lawrence alumni participate in a parade for Reunion while bag pipe players play music and members of the community hold American, Canadian, New York, and Saint Lawrence flags billowing in the wind.

    Reunion 2023

    Reunion 2023 may be over, but the memories are forever! Laurentians near and far brought the energy for four days of celebrations, alumni awards, Hall of Fame inductions, concerts, toasts, and endless laughs—all capped off with one last Dana brunch until the next Reunion.

  2. group of friends in a restaurant

    Scarlet & Brown Stories Podcast: Jabari Bowen '18

    Jabari Bowen '18 joins Scarlet & Brown Stories to discuss his St. Lawrence experience and how it has translated into a life of meaning.

  3. Celebrating Alumni Award Recipients. Erica Silver Dahl, Jeremy Smith, Christopher Bunting, Francis Chachu Ganya, and William Dennit.

    Five Alumni to Receive 2023 Awards from Alumni Executive Council

    St. Lawrence University’s Alumni Executive Council has announced that William W. Dennett '68, M'74, Jeremy T. Smith '73 and Erica Silver Dahl '93 will receive Alumni Citations for their dedication and service to the Laurentian Community, while Christopher L. Bunting ’93 and Francis Chachu Ganya ’96 will receive the Sol Feinstone Award for Humanitarian Service.

  4. Ashley Fendler Saville stands in front of a fence in a dress she made.

    Scarlet & Brown Stories Podcast: Ashley Fendler Saville '08

    Ashley Fendler Saville ’08 is the owner and founder of ANENOME based in Burlington, Vermont. A self-taught sewist, Ashley shares her passion for upcycling textiles, specifically quilts, which she re-purposes into beautiful yet functional handmade clothing items. While at St. Lawrence, Ashley was a psychology major, a member of the rowing team, and lived in Java.

  5. Troy Finn.

    St. Lawrence University Names Troy Finn as Vice President for University Advancement

    St. Lawrence has named Troy Finn its Vice President for University Advancement, President Kathryn A. Morris announced on March 27. Finn, who will be responsible for all fundraising and Laurentian engagement activities, plans to begin his duties on May 15.

  6. 2022 Laurentian Singers Group photo

    Scarlet & Brown Stories Podcast: Barry Torres

    We sat down with retiring Director of Music Ensembles, Barry Torres P'09, '11, to discuss his 25+ year career at St. Lawrence University, what music means to the Laurentian experience, and his upcoming final tour with the Laurentian Singers during spring break in March 2023.

  7. 2023 Laurentian Singers

    St. Lawrence University Announces $1 Million Gift to Endow the Director of the Laurentian Singers

    St. Lawrence University has received a $1 million gift from Barbara Christie ’76 to create an endowment to permanently fund the position of the director of the Laurentian Singers and enhance the tradition of choral excellence at St. Lawrence University. In recognition of this gift, the University will name the Director of Laurentian Singers, the Barbara S. Christie ’76 Director of Laurentian Singers.

  8. A group of four students sit at a conference table. Their laptops are open in front of them as they discuss the material on a large screen mounted on the wall next to them. Their professor stands at the table while engaging with his students.

    Creating Classrooms that Connect

    In Bewkes Hall, St. Lawrence has created its first technology enabled classroom that empowers professors and students to collaborate on research, real-time calculations, and analysis.

  9. Several Laurentians, wearing business casual attire, stand together and smile at Appleton Arena as part of the Saint to Saint Women's Summit.

    Saint to Saint Women’s Summit Launched in November

    St. Lawrence students engaged with guest alumnae and parents as part of the inaugural Saint to Saint Women’s Summit on campus.

  10. Joe Chiarenzelli 11 Headshot

    Scarlet & Brown Stories Podcast: Joe Chiarenzelli '11

    In this episode, Joe Chiarenzelli '11 shares how he combined his interests in biology and philosophy into a career as a Program Specialist in the Office of Inspector General for the Department of Health and Human Services.