The Men’s squash team successfully defeated McGill and Queens in their exhibition matches at the Robie Squash Center this weekend. The Saints had two eight man teams against both visitors. The first team, composed of members Scott Phillips ’13, Nick Pearson ’10, Michael Badali ’12, Roger Miller ’13, Russell Woeltz ’13, Dixon Mallory ’12, Pete [...]
What do Frida Kahlo, Georgia O’Keefe, Zora Neale Hurston, and Gertrude Stein all have in common? They are pseudonyms for the Guerilla Girls, a group of anonymous artists who fight social injustices. Works produced by the Guerilla Girls range in theme and subject from gender based discrimination in the art world, to civil rights, to [...]
Imagine being a student 30 years ago, when the Gray Lanes was the center of a vibrant social scene in the Canton Main Street area. That scene is different today; few students frequent downtown businesses other than the Tick Tock and Sergi’s. That may change soon. A local developer plans to restore the historic Gray [...]
In the wake of last week’s substantial rise in reported flu cases, St. Lawrence administrators canceled the fall concert. The headliner, Reel Big Fish, will come back to campus on April 10, 2010 for the spring concert. Jimmy Mayers ’11, ACE Comedy Chair and member of the executive board, cited the rise in flu infections [...]
To the Editor, It has recently come to my attention that there is a very serious problem as St. Lawrence University. My bike, along with a few friends’ bikes, has recently been stolen. Whether by students here at SLU or people outside of the campus community, it is unknown who keeps doing this. What I [...]
Dear Editor, As an alumnus who was visiting campus for Inauguration Weekend, I wanted to write to congratulate all of the students who were involved with the production of SLU’s Got Talent! I know that all the alumni, including members of the Alumni Council and Board of Trustees, were blown away not only by the [...]
William Fox’s inauguration on October 23rd installed him the 18th president of St. Lawrence. Fox, a former professor and minister, spoke about the value and lifelong impact of a liberal arts education. Maine Senator Susan Collins, his classmate at St. Lawrence, spoke at the ceremony and likened the new president’s religious and educational versatility to that of Plato, the ancient Greek philosopher.