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  1. Scarlet and Brown graduation cap tassels with Class of twenty-twenty-two charms dangling from them.

    Meet St. Lawrence's Class of 2022

    After St. Lawrence’s Class of 2022 flip their tassels, they’ll enter the world prepared to leave it better than they found it. After four years of taking inspiring classes, encountering new perspectives around the globe, volunteering in their communities, conducting purposeful research, following creative pursuits, and working with passionate Laurentian mentors, they have the tools they need to make an impact wherever they go next.

  2. Justin Dalba, wearing a head lamp while sitting on a small boat, meatures the length of a crocodile while conducting conservation research under the cover of nightfall.

    Laurentians Inspire: A Unique Lens on Environmental Conservation

    As a science communicator, Justin Dalaba ’16 is combining his training as a biologist with his passion for photography to raise awareness of environmental conservation issues.

  3. Saint Lawrence students, studying abroad in London, stand in front of the flags of Latvia, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom at the Embassy of Latvia in London, England.

    Students Visit Alumnus at Embassy of Latvia in London

    St. Lawrence students participating in the London Off-Campus Study Program visited the Embassy of Latvia to meet Artūrs Saburovs '10, who is currently serving on the diplomatic staff as Third Secretary responsible for Communications and Diaspora Affairs.

  4. A group of students in warm clothing stand in front of a red and white building in Rennes, France.

    First Person: How Being Indecisive Helped Me Find My Way

    Alexandra Hill '22

    I cannot make up my mind, which, to be honest, is why I am a triple major with a minor. Sounds crazy, I know, but at St. Lawrence, it makes sense somehow. Here’s why.

  5. Elise Pierson, Shiru Kimani, and Sydney Peterson.

    Celebrating Women's History Month

    Recipients of prestigious scholarships and fellowships. A United Nations climate conference youth representative. Researchers. Olympians. This March, St. Lawrence University marks Women’s History Month by honoring the extraordinary accomplishments of many of our woman-identifying students during the past year.

  6. Sarath Novas sets up photography equipment in a gazebo in a park. They’re experimenting with pinhole cameras, which look like large boxes.

    St. Lawrence Student Selected for Prestigious Study Abroad Scholarship

    Following a competitive application process, Sarath Novas ’23 has been selected for the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, an award that will support her off-campus study in London during the Spring 2022 semester.

  7. Several Saint Lawrence students sit outside and play games, on a sunny day, at the Kenya campus during the Kenya Semester Program.

    St. Lawrence University Among Top Institutions for Studying Abroad

    With more than 60 percent of students studying off campus for a semester, St. Lawrence University has risen in the ranks among baccalaureate institutions for the number of students studying abroad.

  8. A family of five individuals gather for a photo on a grassy plain in Kenya.

    First Person: What It's Like Coming From a Diverse Background

    Alessandra Uriarte '21

    My family is very important to me and has taught me so many valuable things. My family has shaped who I am, my beliefs, my opinions, and my experiences. I do not live in a diverse town, but diversity...

  9. Sullivan Student Center decorated with flags representing several students' nationalities and heritage.

    First Person: How College Has Made Me Woke

    Abigail Yosef '22

    Hello! Or should I say xin chào! That is hello in Vietnamese, which I learned recently from one of my friends who is an international student here at St. Lawrence. One thing I can definitely say is...

  10. A large group of Saint Lawrence students gather for a photo while studying abroad in Kenya.

    First Person: Coming Back from Being Abroad

    Alessandra Uriarte '21

    Where do I even start? I cannot articulate or explain my experience studying abroad in Kenya this past fall semester. Now, I’ve been back in lovely and cold Canton for almost two months and Kenya...