- Chocolate Passport
Students in Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Sara Ashpoles' Environment & Chocolate First-Year Seminar recently shared their values surrounding food sovereignty and sustainability through on-campus street art created using chalk.
In collaboration with the Chocolate Passport Project, students in Visiting Assistant Professor of History Carolyn Twomey's Renaissance & Reformation class took a delicious trip through time to create some early modern hot chocolate!
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.
After learning about the Chocolate Passport Project, Priscilla (Penny) Wightman ’74 was inspired to donate three boxes of books and resources about chocolate and sustainability to the St. Lawrence University Libraries.
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.
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.
During St. Lawrence’s fall 2021 club fair, St. Lawrence students involved with the Chocolate Passport Project connected with students, faculty, and staff about all things Chocolate Passport. Students...