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  1. Karson Humiston with her Vangst team

    Young Alumni at Work: Entrepreneurial Spirit

    Many Laurentians have used their personal experiences, research, and creativity to build their businesses, carving out new spaces and making room for new ideas.

  2. President Morris with Julius Johnson and his wife in Kenya.

    Defining Moments: Julius Johnson ’89, P’22

    Hannah Porter '22

    “My life has unfolded as a result of a combination of serendipity, calculated maneuvering, guidance, and direction.” — Julius Johnson'89, P'22

  3. 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

  4. Sara and Kate Holby.

    Tea Time

    Teal Borden ’22

    Building a sustainable family business with Kenyan connections.

  5. President Morris with admitted Kenyan students and family.

    Building Relationships

    Kathryn Morris, president

    President Morris reflects on her summer 2022 visit to St. Lawrence University's Kenya Program and the importance of off-campus study.

  6. Kimberly Pollack with Peace Corps in Mexico

    Service Oriented

    Deborah Dudley

    St. Lawrence Peace Corps Prep Certification Program expands on the Laurentian legacy of international service.

  7. Student board game and chocolate wrappers

    The World According to Chocolate

    Deborah Dudley

    How the Forrest E. Mars, Jr. Chocolate History Research 
Grant was a passport to understanding everything.