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Claire Anderson '19, Alex LaMantia '19, Sam Heikkinen '19 and Kayla Nielsen '19 Claire Anderson '19, Alex LaMantia '19, Sam Heikkinen '19 and Kayla Nielsen '19

St. Lawrence University Receives $15 Million Transformational Campaign Gift

St. Lawrence University receives the full funding on a $10 million outright gift and a $5 million planned gift from an anonymous alumnus.

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  • A History of Inquiry: Prestigious Laurentian Professorships

    Honoring faculty, furthering scientific and artistic work at St. Lawrence, and strengthening the University’s finances in perpetuity

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  • In Competitive Markets, Laurentians Help Each Other Thrive

    St. Lawrence connects current students with successful alumni and parents in some of the hottest job markets across the country.  It’s launching great careers — in great places.

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  • Mi Casa es Su Casa

    Rita Goldberg did a lot more than teach Spanish at St. Lawrence.  Now she’s planning to do even more.

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  • How Giving Shapes Laurentian Lives

    St. Lawrence does not mold students, partly because Laurentians cannot be molded. Instead, we help each other find meaning in ourselves, our curiosity, and our aspirations. This story is the first in a series looking at how we transform each other.

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  • Becoming Laurentian

    Using a grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, St. Lawrence is developing a program to help our struggling sophomores develops a sense of belonging.

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  • Buy Low. Sell High. Give Back.

    How St. Lawrence got a Bloomberg terminal on campus.

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  • Hockey and Heart

    Memories and hope combine to support the revitalization of Appleton Arena.

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  • The Extra Mile

    How enrichment travel grants give students a chance to go further.

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  • The Details are in the Devils

    Student researchers discover Laurentian and Martian connections while studying dust devils in the Nevada desert.

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