(American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) says that
the classic song "I'll Be Home For Christmas" is Number
Nine on this year's list of the 25 most-performed holiday songs. That's
good news for St. Lawrence University, which receives a share of the
royalties each time the beloved song is performed and played.
|Seven former St. Lawrence
athletes, including Chairman of the Board of Trustees Emeritus Bruce
Benedict '60, and the 1961 NCAA finalist men’s hockey team,
will be inducted into the St. Lawrence Athletic Hall of Fame as the
class of 2005-06 on Saturday, Feb. 11. For
students Kate Farrington and Kateryna Samoteskul are making the news
with their efforts to raise money to fund a semester break trip for
charity, not revelry.
of the St. Lawrence University Dance Team helped bring local history
alive for audiences of the recent community theatrical production
"Forever Cows: The Canton Story."
|The organizers of the Third Annual
Canton-St. Lawrence University Race Weekend, to be held May 6, 2006,
are holding a logo-design contest, with a prize of $100.
by Assistant Professor of Fine Arts Melissa Schulenberg, five of her
students and one alumna are included in an exhibition of prints at
the Creative Spirit Art Gallery in Potsdam, New York.
Whitcavitch-Devoy '90 is among the Boston College authors of an article
in the Journal of Career Assessment titled "Qualitative
Research in Career Development: Exploring the Center and Margins of
Discourse About Careers and Working." The article appears in
the November 2005 edition, Volume 13, Number 4.
|Mary Gunsalus '76, a teacher
at Landstown Middle School in Virginia Beach, has been named Virginia
History Teacher of the Year by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American
History and Preserve America. She received a $1,000 honorarium and
a core archive of history books and materials was donated to her school
Lawrence in the News
The January-February 2006 issue of Bicycling magazine includes
a story on St. Lawrence's "Green Bikes" program.
St. Lawrence University's Student Center was selected to appear in
the 2005 American School & University Architectural Portfolio
issue, one of 201 projects to be selected.
St. Lawrence was included in an article titled "The Flavors of
Diversity" in the fall special issue of Campus Dining
magazine. Director of Dining and Conference Services Cynthia Atkins
was quoted in the story, discussing the University's vegan and organic
Professor of Education Arthur Clark is quoted in a story in the December
issue of Self magazine, on defense mechanisms and how people
use them. Clark is also the coordinator of the University's counseling
and human development program.
St. Lawrence in the News
This Month in St. Lawrence
1886: First campaign celebration in University's history.
1912 Student Orchestra established.
1948 Howard McKinley is named a Rhodes Scholar.
1986 St. Lawrence restructures its calendar and establishes two,14-week
2002 Campaign St. Lawrence concludes with $132 million in gifts,
well over its original goal.