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.
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.
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.
St. Lawrence students engaged with guest alumnae and parents as part of the inaugural Saint to Saint Women’s Summit on campus.
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.
The Scarlet and Brown team sat down with Arturs Saburovs '10, who translated his experience as an international student at St. Lawrence to his career as a diplomat for his home country, Latvia.
We inaugurated our 19th president, put Laurentian generosity to work for our students, cheered on nine Saints at the Olympics, celebrated 50 years of partnership in Kenya, and so much more. Here's a recap of the top stories from St. Lawrence University in 2022.
One of the most beloved Christmas songs of all time, “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” has a direct connection to St. Lawrence, and thanks to the generosity of a Laurentian, the University earns something every time it plays.
How consistency converts to impact for the next generation of philanthropists.
Four donors have stepped forward to raise the necessary funds to enable St. Lawrence University to move forward with plans to build the George W. Karpus ’68 Athletic Center, which will be completed as phase two of the Appleton Arena project.