February 7, 2005 - Click
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Lawrence University Chair of the Board of Trustees Lawrence J.
Winston and his wife, Sally A. Winston, of Bonita Springs, Florida,
have pledged $2.5 million to the University's next comprehensive
fund-raising campaign, to be used in support of the St. Lawrence
Fund and to provide permanent funding for what is now named The
Laurentian Room in the Student Center. In recognition of their
gift, the room will be named The Winston Room in their honor,
and dedicated in February of 2005, with details forthcoming.
|The Family Wound, a novel by
St. Lawrence University Assistant Professor of English Ngoc Quang
Huynh, has been published by Starborn Books, Wales. It is described
as "a young Vietnamese woman's desperate search for inner peace
after surviving the horrors of war and the corruption and violence
left in its wake."
Performances of Eve Ensler's The
Vagina Monologues at St. Lawrence University February
10 through 12 will benefit Citizens Against Violent Acts
(CAVA), Renewal House and the Organization for Women's
Freedom in Iraq. Intended for mature audiences, the performances
are at 8 p.m. each evening in the Black Box Theatre, Griffiths
|Elisabeth A. Lloyd, Arnold and Maxine
Tanis Chair of History and Philosophy of science and professor
of biology at Indiana University, will deliver the Kathryn
Fraser Mackay Memorial Lecture at St. Lawrence University
on Monday, February 21, at 8 p.m. in Eben Holden, on the
topic "Something about Eve: Bias in Evolutionary Explanations
of Female Orgasm." The event is open to the public, free
Some 150 St. Lawrence students accepted
the challenge to "Go Further" -- the theme of the annual leadership
conference held on campus in January of 2005.
|Members of the faculty and staff
at St. Lawrence have recently presented work at academic conferences
or had work published in journals, while others have work about
to be published or presented.
For more -- http://web.stlawu.edu/netnews/pubspresents05.html
| St. Lawrence In the News
Professor of Canadian Studies Joseph Jockel was quoted in
a February 3 story in the Montreal Gazette, on topics to
be discussed at the American Assembly's conference on U.S.-Canada
relations, being held in Harriman, N.Y., February 3-6. Jockel is
co-director of the conference.
|"The Beat," an arts show on National Public Radio
station KUOW in Seattle, Washington, featured an interview with
Professor of English Natalia Rachel Singer on January 11.
Read more and listen to the interview