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April 8, 2013

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Six Students and a Faculty Member Present at National Conference for Media Reform
Six St. Lawrence University students and one faculty member traveled to Denver, Colo., last week and presented at the 2013 National Conference for Media Reform, held April 5-7 and hosted by Free Press.
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SLU Seniors Select Randall Hill for Outstanding Faculty Award
St. Lawrence University Associate Professor of Performance and Communication Arts Randall Hill is the recipient of this year's Owen D. Young Outstanding Faculty Award, as voted by members of the senior class. The award is the only one given to faculty that is chosen by students.
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SLU Student Group to Host Former U.S. Ambassador to the E.U. April 11
Kristen Silverberg, the former U.S. ambassador to the European Union during the final months of the Bush Administration, will give a talk about the global financial crisis on Thursday, April 11, at 7 p.m. in the Hepburn Auditorium at St. Lawrence University. The event is open to the public, free of charge.
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University Chorus Presents 'Romantic Nature' Concert at SLU April 14
The University Chorus, Canton’s community chorus, will present their spring concert “Romantic Nature” on Sunday, April 14, at 2 p.m. in the Peterson-Kermani Performance Hall in the Griffiths Arts Center at St. Lawrence University. The event is open to the public, free of charge.
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Last 'Noon in the Chapel' at SLU April 12
St. Lawrence University will host the final “Noon in the Chapel” of the season on Friday, April 12, at 12:15 p.m. in Gunnison Memorial Chapel.
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St. Lawrence in the News

Director of Career Connections Geoff Falen wrote a piece about the most common interview mistakes made and how to avoid them. It was published by the Huffington Post on Thursday, April 4.
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Charles A. Dana Professor of Economics Steven Horwitz discusses a new proposal to create a Centennial Monetary Commission in his most recent Op-Ed, "Put Ending the Fed Up for Debate," published in U.S.News on April 1.
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Saints Athletics

Riding Wins Zone 2 Championship
The riding team won the Zone 2 title over the weekend and will have the chance to defend its national title later this spring. Men’s lacrosse went unbeaten last week, defeating No. 16 Plattsburgh State 11-8 on Wednesday and Vassar on Saturday by a score of 11-3. Women’s lacrosse defeated North Country foe Clarkson 16-13 on Tuesday and Bard 16-5 on Friday, but fell to Vassar 13-9 on Saturday. The men’s and women’s tennis teams swept their three matches last week, defeating Nazareth, Bard and Union, all by a score of 9-0. Baseball took three out of four games against Skidmore to open conference play, winning 4-3 on Saturday before falling 8-5 in the second game, but then winning 2-1 and 7-2 in its doubleheader on Sunday. Softball had three doubleheaders last week and split each of them, falling in each of their first games but ending each series with a win. The Saints played Potsdam (1-0 loss, 9-8 win), RPI (10-2 loss, 2-0 win) and Union (9-1 loss, 6-0 win). Both Men’s and women’s track and field won the Rochester Invitational on Saturday and men’s golf won at the Utica Invitational over the weekend.

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