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  1. Kenya first student group 1972.

    KENYA: International intrigue, chance encounters, and the beginnings of a 50-year partnership

    Deborah Dudley

    “The Kenya Program has been a kind of strategic inroad into a broader engagement with the African continent. And it’s really the driving force behind why we have a very robust and successful African studies program here at St. Lawrence.” – Matt Carotenuto, associate dean for the Center for International and Intercultural Studies

  2. Eduardo Puerta, class of 2022, wearing a red quarter-zip sweatshirt, holds a marker while explaining a math problem to a fellow student.

    Meet Eduardo Puerta '22

    Computer science and mathematics double major Eduardo Puerta '22 wants to make sure everyone feels included, whether he's on the field with his ultimate frisbee team or tutoring his peers in the Peterson Quantitative Resource Center (PQRC).

  3. A group of students gather for a photo with legendary New Orleans chef Leah Chase in her kitchen.

    First Person: Discovering the Taste and Texture of Music

    Ntsieng Botsane '23

    In the middle of Congo Square, Malik Bartholomew, our tour guide, said, “I would like you all to close your eyes in honor of the resilience and musicality of enslaved Africans on American soil.” Standing in the heart of Louis Armstrong Park, located in New Orleans, I felt that this was a sacred place.

  4. 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.

  5. Anuva Anannya and Alexander Stewart hold a best poster award together at the Geological Society's annual conference. Anuva's award-winning poster on Mars is in the background.

    McNair Scholar Wins Award at 2021 Geological Society of America Conference

    The power of the St. Lawrence experience united Anuva Anannya ’22, Helen Eifert ’18, and Associate Professor and Chair of Geology Alexander K. Stewart in conducting award-winning research.

  6. A group of students wearing red shirts sit in two rows among booths in a school cafeteria.

    First Person: A Recipe for Cultural Exchange

    Thao Nguyen '22

    My story begins when the white St. Lawrence University van I was riding in came to a stop outside of Madrid-Waddington Central School (MWCS), home of the Yellow Jackets, 20 minutes from campus. Inside the van, 15 St. Lawrence students waited to begin the first-ever cultural exchange mission organized by Common Ground Connections (CGC), a brand new club at the time.

  7. A table set with food for Lunar New Year.

    First Person: Lunar New Year Spirit of Community and Celebration

    Linh Do '21

    When my friends at St. Lawrence University asked me to explain Lunar New Year to them, I asked them to think of having Christmas combined with Thanksgiving—a long and most special event of the year...

  8. Three students stand in front of a stone wall with their arms in the air. There are colorful balloons behind them.

    Laurentians Around the World Celebrate International Education Week

    International Education Week is celebrated nationwide, but a robust emphasis on promoting global citizenship and a passionate international student community makes it an especially meaningful event at St. Lawrence University.

  9. International flags drape throughout the student center.

    UWC Students Lead Peace Celebration

    Each year as the United Nations observes the International Day of Peace, a group of St. Lawrence University students organizes events and leads efforts on campus to showcase what is possible when people come together to learn, take action, and make a difference. These students are the University’s Davis United World College (UWC) Scholars.

  10. Asha Johnson on the beach near her home in Nassau, Bahamas.

    First Person: Behind Borders as an International Student During COVID-19

    Asha Johnson '21

    March has always been my favorite month of the year. The air is cool but doesn’t bite. The flowers begin to bloom, and the spring semester buzzes with the promise of advancement or completion. Also, I...