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Foreign Language Week: Check out events and Phrase of the Day
United States Senator Max Cleland, who represented Georgia from
1997 to 2003, will speak and answer questions at a forum to be
held on Monday, March 7, at 8:30 p.m. in Eben Holden at St. Lawrence
University. The event, sponsored by the student organization St.
Lawrence University Democrats, is open to the public, free of charge.
their successful tour of New Orleans, Louisiana, during
spring break, St. Lawrence University's Laurentian Singers
will give a home concert on Wednesday, March 23, at 8
p.m. in Gunnison Memorial Chapel on campus. The performance
is open to the public, free of charge.
|The Japan Girls Nite U.S. Tour 2005,
a performance by four all-girl rock groups from Japan, will
be at St. Lawrence University on Wednesday, March 23, in
the Underground, Noble University Center. Doors open at 9
p.m. and the performance, open to the public, free of charge,
begins at 9:30 p.m.
|The Friends of Owen D. Young and Launders
Libraries at St. Lawrence University will celebrate the publication
of Associate Professor of English Natalia Rachel Singer's
book Scraping By in the Big Eighties (University of
Nebraska Press, 2004) with a public reception on Friday,
March 25, at 4 p.m. in the Josephine Young Room of Owen D.
Young Library. Singer will speak at the event, which is open
to the public, free of charge.
The gift of a sewing machine inspired
a radical career change for former health law attorney Kelly
L. Marriott Elizondo '97, owner of Sara Langley Designs,
LLC, in Rome, New York.
|A St. Lawrence graduate and college
basketball coach has written a guide to coaching that Syracuse
University Head Basketball Coach Jim Boeheim describes as
a "benefit to coaches both young and old."
|Tracey Cross-Baker '90, associate director
of career services at Ithaca College, has been elected president
of the College Student Personnel Association of New York State,
| As the first anniversary of bombings that ripped through Madrid,
Spain, on March 11, 2004 approaches, a St. Lawrence University
senior who conducted interviews with persons affected has launched
a Web site detailing the devastating aftermath.
Lawrence Faculty In The News
Prime Minister Paul Martin's announcement that Canada will not
join the U.S. in ballistic missile defense, along with the start of the
term of Frank McKenna, Canada's new ambassador to the U.S., brought
commentary in the news media from Professor of Canadian Studies Joseph
Jockel March 1. Jockel's comments about the controversy were quoted in
a story that ran on the CanWest news wire, and appeared in the Ottawa Citizen, Vancouver
Sun, Windsor Star, Montreal Gazette, Regina Leader-Post (Saskatchewan)
and National Post.