• Money Pointers Found Here

    By  JENNA MEAD STAFF WRITER Maybe you fell asleep in Econ 101, or possibly you were not able to budget your time properly to even get into the class on APR? Regardless of your financial background, picking up Brokenomics by Dina Gachamn is worth the investment. This read can assist you in ways beyond balancing […]

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  • Praise For An Inspiring Larry: Alex Smith

    By BILLY MORAN STAFF WRITER My sophomore year I was introduced to Pub 56 and subsequently the various acts that have come through the establishment.  Bands, comedians, singer-songwriters, a trivia guy, not to mention St. Lawrence’s very own current students and alumni  who have performed a lovely array of genres and musical styles.   A […]

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  • Folk Festival Revealed

    By SAM WEBER STAFF WRITER For all of you who can not resist a good fiddle tune, locally produced food and beverages and artisanal products, YOU ARE IN LUCK! The Fourth Annual North Country Folk Festival is making its grand return to campus on Saturday, April 25, from noon until 11 that evening. Get ready […]

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  • Writer’s Series Welcomes: Mark Irwin

    By  EMMA CUMMINGS-KRUEGER NEWS CO-EDITOR Last Thursday, April 2, critically acclaimed author and poet Mark Irwin joined the greater St. Lawrence community for an evening of literary readings and commentary. Hailing from the University of Southern California’s English department, Irwin taught for Ashland University’s MFA program in 2009 with SLU’s own Dr. Bob Cowser. In his […]

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  • More Spotify Hits

    By KADEN WEAVER COLUMNIST Spotify Viral 50 is a new kind of playlist that features songs not based on most number of times played, but rather how often the tracks are shared throughout the web. These are the top three songs for the week: 1. Lola Marsh – “Sirens” I usually like to say that […]

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  • DeKalb Recount

    By JENNA MEAD STAFF WRITER What began as a question has turned into a true opportunity. At the beginning of the semester, my former professor asked me if I would be interested in helping out a local historian. Having taken the Public History course with an internship last semester, and enjoying the experience I was […]

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  • Zombies?! Oh My!

    By HANNAH HAMBLEN COLUMNIST Do you like zombie movies? Or romantic comedies? Or criminal detective shows? If you answered yes to one or more of the previous questions then iZombie is the show for you. After only four episodes, this new show stands out, to online reviewers, and to myself, as a wonderfully unique and […]

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  • #Impermanence : Senior Art Show to Start

    By ZINNIA SMITH STAFF WRITER On Friday, April 24th, the Richard F. Brush Art Gallery is hosting St. Lawrence University’s senior showcase. Over the past semester, or really the last four years of their college studies, nine senior art students built a collection of work that represents their current artistic presence. Ask any one of […]

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