• Kenya Program Reboot

    This semester the St. Lawrence study abroad program to Nairobi, Kenya, resumed its duration after the fall semester trip was canceled due to safety concerns. Over the summer, the United States government issued a travel warning statement that was drastically different from previous statements. This statement was pretty specific about some serious safety issues, so […]

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  • SOTU 6.0

    This past Tuesday night, Obama delivered his sixth annual State of the Union Address before a joint session of Congress. Here are 10 things about his speech that you might have missed: 1. The President began by declaring, “The State of the Union is strong.” Something that may have seemed slightly odd considering this is […]

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  • Q/A with Courtney Goodrich

    By: LOUIE FREDA Name: Courtney Goodrich              Year: Senior  Age: 21 Hometown: Glenmot,New York    Sport: Swimind/Diving Events: Backstroke, Breastroke Has swimming always been a major part of your life? I’ve been swimming my entire life. My mom was a swimmer and introduced me into to the water when I was […]

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  • The Future is Now

    By CHRIS STASIOR STAFF WRITER We are living in very interesting times, to say the least. Technology is progressing at a rate faster than anyone has ever seen before in human history. So fast, in fact, that learning about the most recent advances in numerous fields of technology has become difficult for the general public. […]

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  • Men’s Hoops Take Care of Business Against Elimra

    By: LOUIS FREDA Last Saturday, the St. Lawrence University Men’s Basketball Team easily beat Elmira College 72-52 at home. St. Lawrence Head Coach, Chris Downs, had this to say about Saturday’s strong performance, “I thought we did some really good things defensively and were strong in the paint. This was a big win for us, as […]

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  • Roe v. Wade: Revisted

    Roe v. Wade, a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision deeming abortion a fundamental right under the United States Constitution, celebrates its 42nd anniversary Thursday, January 21st. By the time this piece is written, the House of Representatives will have already voted on a measure to ban abortions after 20 weeks. Under current legislation, women have […]

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  • Saints Fall to Rival Clarkson on Saturday

    By: CHIP GLOVER The Saints Men’s Ice hockey team faced rival Clarkson in their lone game of the weekend at Appleton arena on Saturday night.  The crowd was packed and lively, as with all matchups with the Clarkson squad, and this one certainly did not disappoint.  The first period saw hard fought play, strong team defense […]

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  • New Year, New Second

    By DUNCAN FORT STAFF WRITER Have you been feeling rushed lately? Do you feel like the world is always one step ahead of your frantic attempts to catch up, keep up, and (with increasing rarity) stay ahead? If you feel like some cosmic force of nature is creating the perpetual feeling of “there’s not enough […]

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