September 26, 2005
is St. Lawrence's Sesquicentennial Year! See the
last item in News Digest for Sesquicentennial news.
Response to Hurricane Katrina:
To date, students, faculty and staff have raised or donated
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The exhibition "Cloth
Only Wears to Shreds: Yoruba Textiles and Photographs from the Beier
Collection" will be in the Richard F. Brush Art Gallery at St.
Lawrence University from Thursday, October 6, through Thursday, November
exhibition "Homeland.Wonderland: Drawings by Chika Okeke-Agulu
and Marcia Kure" will be in the Richard F. Brush Art Gallery
at St. Lawrence University from Thursday, October 6, through Thursday,
November 3. For
weather, a full schedule, generations of guests and the Alumni Council
as special participants came togerther for a successful Family Weekend.
See favorite photos of photographers Tara Freeman and Heather McCauley
'06. For More
Four seniors have been notified that they are new members of the St.
Lawrence chapter of Chymist, the chemistry honorary. New members are
Jon M. French '06, of Gouverneur, NY; Karsten G. Jennings '06, of
Duluth, MN; Paul Kloek '06, of Pittsford, NY; and Jane W. Mutoru '06,
of Nyahururu, Kenya. For
September 28, is "red hair day" on "Martha," Martha
Stewart's daytime television show; scheduled to appear as guests
are St. Lawrence University Trustee Marion Roach '77, author of the
book "The Roots of Desire:
The Myth, Meaning and Power of Red Hair"; talk-show host Conan
O'Brien and chef Mario Batali. The show airs on Potsdam's Time-Warner
Cable system at 10 a.m. on WWTI (Channel 13), at 11 a.m. on WPTZ
(Channel 5) and at 6 p.m. on The Learning Channel (Channel 50).
Lawrence In The News
- Examples of artwork
from the Richard F. Brush Gallery exhibition "Far North: Inuit
Prints and Drawings from Cape Dorset," and an excerpt from an
essay by Trustee Allan Newell, appeared in The Chronicle of Higher
Education's September 23 issue.
| - Professor of Canadian
Studies Joseph Jockel is among four experts quoted in a September
18 story in the Montreal Gazette, in which each was asked to compile
a list of the best Canadian prime ministers.
University's Sesquicentennial Celebration has begun and a dedicated
Web site is live, with regular updates planned. News Digest will
have Sesqui feature each week. We hope you'll visit the Sesqui Web
site on your own regularly!
On Campus This Week:
The Crimmel Colloquium helps
us consider our role in educating global citizens.
Three new archival displays are in the following
Student Center features a display of Katherine
Gay '06's research on the intersection of Universalism and education
in Canton, NY.
Augsbury Lobby features images from almost 150
years of intercollegiate athletic teams, plus photos of the University's
Olympians over time.
The Owen D. Young Library honors scholarship with
a display of custom St. Lawrence bookplates.
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