By Lenny Claudio Photographer Veronika Horvathorva ’12 seems to focus on the aspects of life that most people typically overlook. Her camera captures the details such as street art and graffiti to the basic make-up of everyday life that is usually neglected. As seen from her lens’s perspective what seems minuscule and insubstantial to society [...]
By Lauren Brozowski Tom Evelyn was hired earlier this month to serve as the Vice President of Communications at SLU. Prior to accepting this position, Evelyn worked at Bucknell University for five years as the Senior Director of News and Media Relations.
By Laura Stewart Governor Andrew Cuomo’s budget plan, which cuts nearly $10 billion of state spending, is expected to strike the North Country especially hard this fiscal year in areas of education, rising pension costs and transportation. In their growing effort to support the Canton community, the SLU administration pushed hard to make sure as [...]
By Mike Petroni “Hard work will never leave you,” Ron Rogers tells us chucking a bit as Tom Howard, Jasper Heaton and I use large flat headed sledge hammers to drive 4 foot pine steaks into the muddy soil. Guess we don’t have to worry about girls anymore, we laughed. After a few hours of [...]
Sustainability: St. Lawrence is Green! The caption above comes from the front page of the St. Lawrence University website and it’s misleading. Titles like this make you ask: what do the terms “sustainability” and “green” mean? I have been an environmental studies scholar for three years now and I still do not have a definite [...]
On Monday afternoon, Dr. Peter FitzRandolph discussed the nuances of the recently announced New York study abroad program. He emphasized the program’s three main focuses, the housing offered and his own vision for the semester.
“It’s astounding. Time is fleeting. Madness takes its toll…” For any of you that don’t recognize this lyric, you’re seriously missing out on an incredible movie. Or, well, missed out on a great movie showing, in reference to this most recent event.
Group work in the classroom is innately awkward at SLU. There’s a vast discrepancy in the amount of academic interest between students, and forcing students with different levels of passion for the material usually results in a lack of motivation from all parties. Students who come to class prepared are forced to carry the group [...]
Whenever I see a couple-to-be flirting in movies, I become annoyed. It’s not because they’re not a ‘cute couple’, but it’s usually because it’s so easy for them to flirt. The two are alone—thus, their annoying friends can’t constantly point out the embarrassing fact that