On the Cover:
Sustainability at St. Lawrence is a work in progress, and illustrator
Edmon de Haro
demonstrates that it’s becoming part of our cerebral DNA—as well as part of our pipes and groundskeeping.
Alexander Kusak ’12
captured this shot of a trio of Denmark Program students in Copenhagen.
Margot Nitschke ’16, center, describes how Denmark incorporates sustainability into its national life; page 20.
All other photography by Tara Freeman
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Nowadays, when we ask ourselves
“Are We Green Yet?”
talking about a lot more than just energy consumption.
SLU Connect-DC may be
“One Small Step Inside the Beltway”
for our students, but we’re betting it will lead to many giant leaps.
As her graduation looms, a stellar student-athlete probes what makes
“There’s Something About This Place.”
He’s an actor, a philanthropist and a distinguished Laurentian.
That’s what we say when
“Introducing Kirk Douglas Hall.”
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From the Archives
st. lawrence university | SPRING 2015
OPPOSITE: © Jeff Mauritzen
You might say these are
St. Lawrence’s representatives
in Congress. They’re the
students who participated in
the University’s inaugural SLU
Connect-DC program in January.
One of them, Mariah Dignan ’15,
far right, tells us more on page
24. And if what she predicts
proves true, you may see her
back here in a few years.