January 29, 2007
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Trustee Redlich helps fund equipment for new science center
St. Lawrence University Trustee Sarah E. Johnson Redlich '82,
of Burlingame, California, has given $1 million to the University
to be used for equipping the Johnson Hall of Science, now under
construction and scheduled to open in the fall.
Concert celebrating African-American composers
Organist Sondra Goldsmith Proctor will offer a free concert celebrating
African-American composers on Friday, February 2, at 11:45 a.m. in
Gunnison Memorial Chapel at St. Lawrence University. The event, held
in conjunction with Black History Month, is open to the public.
|Students organize photo exhibition
exhibition of photographs titled "Support Love," organized
by students in the St. Lawrence University course "Sex Talk," will
be exhibited in the atrium of the Student Center on campus from February
2 through 28.
|Writers Series continues with poet Naomi Guttman
Poet Naomi Guttman will
speak and read from recent works in an appearance at St. Lawrence
University on Thursday, February 8, at 8 p.m. in Herring-Cole, part
of the University's Writers Series.
Basketball runs unbeaten streak to 16 games
The St. Lawrence women's basketball team ran its record to 17-1
on the season. The Saints are the only undefeated
team left in the Liberty League.
Men's hockey swept Harvard and Dartmouth
The Saints are now ranked first in the ECACHL.
Check out updates in track and field, swimming and diving, squash, hockey, basketball, football and skiing on the Athletics
What's new on the Web Site?
New posts by student bloggers Andy Alvarez '08 from his abroad program in Spain and Jessica Sullivan '08, from Denmark, as well as Laura Wu '07, who attended the national American Association of Colleges and Universities conference with faculty, give a great glimpse of student experiences. Bookmark our blogs and keep up with eight great students: Andy, Jessica and Laura are joined by Michaela Stewart '08, Adam Kyamatare '09, and new bloggers (as of this week) Ben von Reyn '10, Mary Jane Sweetland '10 and Caroline Bishop'10.
Master Calendar Upgrade
When you visit the Master Calendar, you can view all events, as usual, and now you can view events by category: Admissions, Arts, Athletics, General, Seminars/Lectures and Unspecified. Campus events planners: when you post an event, you can select a category to describe the type of event you're planning.
SLU features on your Ipod or computer, whenever and wherever you wish!
Visit our podcasts page for St. Lawrence's Poetry for Peace podcast and the feature stories from North Country Public Radio.
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