Bradley R. Evers Outstanding First-Year Student Awards

Bradley R. Evers was a first-year student at St. Lawrence in the fall of 1990. He was very active in the First-Year Program (FYP), in organizing the First-Year Student Council and in many other co-curricular activities. Brad was an outstanding first-year student leader and was presented an award recognizing that fact on Moving-Up Day in the spring of 1991. Tragically, Brad died suddenly in the summer after his first year while he was attending summer school at Columbia University. Brad was admired by all and a model of leadership, ethical concern and social justice. The Bradley R. Evers Outstanding First-Year Student Awards were established in the memory of this amazing young man.

These awards are now presented each spring at the Student Organization and Leadership Awards Banquet during the last week of classes. FYP or FYS faculty and/or Residential Life professional staff nominate individuals, who then submit essays for review about their contributions to the first-year class and the campus as a whole. Nominees must be first-year students, have strong academic averages (normally over a 3.0), have been involved in a variety of academic and co-curricular activities, and have made positive contributions to their FYP/FYS classroom, their residence hall, and/or the first-year class as a whole.

Congratulations to the Bradley R. Evers Outstanding First-Year Student Award winners from the Class of 2019:

Brown College, So Hyeong Lee, Seongnam-Si, KR
Brown College, Cristian T. Milevski, Garfield, NJ
Campbell College, Leah E. Curtis, Boston, MA
Campbell College, Madelyn B. Lares, Bismarck, ND
Clark College, Lea A. Lee, Millburn, NJ
Corey College, Yingjia Li, Changchun City, CN
Corey College, Hunter T. Scott, Queensbury, NY
Curtin College, Nicole J. Kubishta, Hollis, NH
Curtin College, Hannah R. Markey, Rodman, NY
Curtin College, Jonathan P. Mitchell, New Egypt, NJ
Eaton College, Victoria E. Friend, Redondo Beach, CA
Ford College, Alexandra S. Wagner, Madison, CT
Gaines College, Cameron R. Dehais, Cumberland Center, ME
Gaines College, Breana C.P. Griffin, Constable, NY
Heaton College, Hannah S. Jones, Hampton, NY
Heaton College, Luke Kavanaugh, Ballston Spa, NY
Herrick College, Floor Fiers, Bladel, NL
Herrick College, Timothy E. O'Brien, Concord, MA
Holmes College, Thomas K. Allerton, Saint Albans, VT
London FYP College, Anneke F. Huynen, Holderness, NH
London FYP College, Mishell A. Manrique, West Haven, CT
Longley College, Grace E. Kelly, West Chazy, NY
Longley College, Hannah F. Rousell, Cazenovia, NY
MacAllaster College, Lillian M. Devereux, Jericho, VT
MacAllaster College, Claire E. Dudley, Cazenovia, NY
MacAllaster College, Audrey R. Law, Stratford, CT
MacKay College, Amanda S. Dupuis, Raymond, NH
Manley College, Kari R. LaPierre, Ballston Lake, NY
Manley College, Olivia I. Zachman, Hampstead, MD
O'Connor College, Conrad L. Sloand, Charlotte, NC
Plaisance College, Maggie L. Ireland, Nashua, NH
Pomponio College, Hogan J. Dwyer, South Orange, NJ
Pomponio College, Maria Denisse Jimenez Malespin, Managua, Nicaragua
Priest College, Tabitha Barr, East Kingston, NH
Priest College, Matthijs T. van Mierlo, Wallingford, CT
Reiff College, Sydney E. Chatfield, Avon, CT
Reiff College, Kaitlin M. Songer, Shelburne, VT
Romer College, Cole J. Poulin, Braintree, VT
Romer College, Sarah E. Richer, Ogdensburg, NY
Romoda College, Alexandra M. Nicoletti, Pittsford, NY
Romoda College, Eliza V. Oliver, Yarmouth, ME
Young College, Christopher Wright Fleming, Duxbury, MA
Young College, Dana T. Marrocco, Winchester, MA
Young College, Grace M. Wetzel, Factoryville, PA