The Men's Lacrosse team beat Rennselaer 12-9 at home on Sunday to
win the Liberty League playoff championship and clinch an NCAA Tournament
bid. The Saints, who also were the regular-season champions of the
Liberty League, will play at Endicott College in the first round of
the tournament on Wednesday, May 10.
Day Award recipients, all of whom are listed on the Web.
The leadership honorary Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) inducted new members
following Moving-Up Day ceremonies held on campus April 29. Read
distinguished graduates--The Reverend Richard Gilbert '58, actor,
poet, photographer and activist Viggo Mortensen '80, and geologist
and educator Barbara Tewksbury '73--and the late President Emeritus
Frank P. Piskor will be honored at St. Lawrence University's Sesquicentennial
Commencement, to be held on Sunday, May 21. Read
part of the celebration of St. Lawrence University's Sesquicentennial,
17 senior students have been engaged in a research seminar, titled
"1856," exploring the history and economics of the region
and the University at the time of its founding. Results of their research
will be presented at two public events on Wednesday, May 10. Read
Lawrence University Dining Services has been honored by the National
Association of College and University Food Services for being a national
leader in campus dining. Read
New York Olympic Regional Development Authority (ORDA) and St. Lawrence
University will partner to present the 2007 NCAA Women's Frozen Four
in Lake Placid, NY. Read
employees retiring from the University were honored at a recent campus
celebrating 25 years of service to St. Lawrence were honored at a
recent campus reception. Read
Twenty-five students have been selected as 2006 University Fellows
for this summer, in a program that allows them to receive funding
while conducting research with a faculty partner.For
|Michael R. Wieneke '07 has been
elected as a student delegate to the Board of Trustees.
in the News
The April 25 edition of the Washington Post included
a list of 23 schools, out of the 101 top liberal arts institutions
ranked by U.S. News & World Report, that do not require
applicants to submit standardized test scores; St. Lawrence is included
in the list.
More Laurentians in the News:
May in St. Lawrence University history
1911 The Hill News prints its first issue as the student
1913 Frederic Remington’s widow gives his
library to St. Lawrence.
1970 Students go on strike in protest of the killing
of four students by National Guardsmen at Kent State University.
1989 Women’s lacrosse plays in an NCAA national
2005 Groundbreaking for the Johnson Hall of Science,
largest construction project in University’s history. Check
here for updated photos of the project and check here
for the Web
Cam focused on the construction site!
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