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  1. Photo of Saint Lawrence Female Student wearing a white Saint Lawrence University Crew Neck, staring intently at the three dimensional art piece pertruding from the wall. The photo is taken through the art of her. The artwork is a closeline style display of papers with words hanging.

    Festival of Science, Scholarship and Creativity 2024

    St. Lawrence University buzzed with excitement on Friday, April 26, during the annual Festival of Science, Scholarship, and Creativity . Celebrating a campus-wide tradition that began in 2014, the day held an opportunity to learn from oral and poster presentations by 177 students about their research in a wide variety of fields and appreciate muscial and dance performances as well as the senior art exhibition.

  2. In an art gallery, people hold their hands out in front of their faces while they discuss three pieces of artwork painted in yellow, coral, and blue.

    Festival of Science, Scholarship, and Creativity 2023

    From examining global human rights issues and analyzing Adirondack waterways to utilizing 3-D printers, writing fantasy fiction, and showcasing their talents on stage, students' curiosity and creativity were on display at the Festival of Science, Scholarship, and Creativity held on Friday, April 28.

  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. A student stands next to a large research poster and explains their project to a Festival Day attendee.

    Celebrating Student Scholarship and Creativity

    After spending a year or more investigating topics that spark their curiosity and motivate them to dig deeper, St. Lawrence students presented their research findings and showcased their talents during the Festival of Science, Scholarship, and Creativity on Friday, April 29.

  5. President Morris joins together with a large group to celebration the announcement of a large monetary gift that will fund the Ken Okoth Black American Music Project.

    St. Lawrence Announces $500,000 Gift to Fund the Ken Okoth Black American Music Project

    St. Lawrence University President Kathryn A. Morris announced that an anonymous Laurentian has made a gift of $500,000 to create the Ken Okoth ’01 Black American Music Project.

  6. A collage featuring images of five members of the Black Laurentian community.

    Celebrating Black Laurentians

    Passionate campus leaders, creative artists and actors, supportive Community Assistants, and caring students who work to keep the campus community safe; St. Lawrence University celebrates Black History Month by honoring the Laurentians who have a positive impact on our community each day.

  7. A woman, wearing a red ribbon on her lapel, stands in front of a crowd protesting for democracy. A woman, wearing a purple dress, looks into a mirror.

    Richard F. Brush Art Gallery to Present Exhibitions

    The St. Lawrence University Richard F. Brush Art Gallery will present two exhibitions showcasing artwork beginning Wednesday, Jan. 19, through Saturday, Feb. 26.

  8. Jill Breit converses with five Saint Lawrence University students at the Traditional Arts in Upstate New York Center in Canton, New York.

    St. Lawrence University Receives $10,000 Grant in Support of North Country Public History Project

    St. Lawrence recently received a $10,000 grant from the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) in support of a public history project that explores feminism in the North Country during the 1970s and 1980s.

  9. Bill Martin.

    Alumnus Gift to Support Arts & Theater at St. Lawrence

    A $1.5 million gift from a Class of 1967 alumnus and North Country native will go toward supporting theater and performing arts programming at St. Lawrence University for years to come.