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Who is St. Lawrence University? We are a group of people with countless adventures and even more stories. The St. Lawrence Blog gives our students, faculty and staff the chance to tell their tales, in their own words and in their own way. Sharing these anecdotes in one place gives our community the chance to show how creative, daring and passionate we are about what we do. Alone, these stories are powerful; together they define St. Lawrence.

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Three people pose for a graduation photo

Dear Mr. Frank Augsbury, I am one of the grateful recipients of the Augsbury/North Country Scholarship*. Your gift and generosity has had a great impact on my life beginning with my time at St. Lawrence.

Friends canoeing down the Grasse River. Photo courtesy Katie Eaton '17.
Bryan Bohaty, Class of 2017

Now that I have entered senior year, I have been reflecting on my time here at St. Lawrence. It has been without a doubt the best four years of my life, and a big reason why is because there are a ton of different things to do here. These are some of the highlights of my St.

Girl holding a flag in a room
Taylor Lincoln , Class of 2017

Being a senior, I find myself reflecting on my childhood a lot. You’re caught in this limbo of “in less than a year I’m going to be an adult” and “one more year to just be a kid.” In my reflection on childhood, I always remembered how excited I was to learn about anything.

A digital countdown to school starting

As Summer 2016 comes to a close, my excitement to get back to St. Lawrence grows daily. Though always an enthusiastic student before becoming a Laurentian, I had never experienced or witnessed such a large group of students spending the summer counting down the days until school starts.

Richardson on a fall day.
Jacqui Ebeling, Class of 2017

I will never forget the first time I visited St. Lawrence. It was early fall, when the tall oak and pine trees rustle with the light breeze and the purple flowers billow beneath the chapel. Everyone fit in so well that the students became part of the landscape.

Young woman walking through the woods on a snowy day.

We are all nomads. But I am not simply pigeon-holing the word ‘nomad’ to mean people looking for a new place to live. No, not at all. I’m referring to those wandering souls looking for a new place to cleanse their soul. Probably not that deep.

General Chemistry Lab
Thoin Begum, Class of 2018

So you’re thinking about classes, majors and your future. Well, maybe not the last two just yet but it’s that time for you to decide what type of classes you want to take. If you’re a science, biology or chemistry student then you’re in the right place.

Two students on the top of a mountain holding a banner.
Jacqui Ebeling, Class of 2017

The summer months for any St. Lawrence student can easily be categorized by what month it is. For upperclassmen, May is the period of exhaustion and recuperation after taking finals, moving out, and saying goodbye to friends who are graduating.

Students on top of a mountain

Two weeks before I arrived as a first-year at St. Lawrence, I received an unexpected phone call asking if I would like to participate in a Pre-orientation Trip.

Two girls posing together
Emily Baldwin, Class of 2016

I often refer to St. Lawrence as a little world. Like many others, I am always pleased to find a fellow Laurentian in a seemingly obscure area.

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