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FIRST LOOK
D E P A R T M E N T S
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A Wo r d f r o m t h e P r e s i d e n t
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O n C a m p u s
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S p o r t s
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P h i l a n t h r o p y i n A c t i o n
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L a u r e n t i a n P o r t r a i t
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I N E V E R Y I S S U E
Laurentian for
Life Week
last
spring culminated with
a very big “Happy 158th
Birthday, St. Lawrence!”
banner that anyone
could sign, however they
wished. For more on the
week, turn to
page 22
.
When we talk
about
Crossing
Boundaries
,
we mean it. To ferret
out the connection
between this student
and the art on the
wall, see the story
beginning on
page 28
.
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University Magazine
| Vo l. LXI I I | Number 3 | Summer 2014
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F r o m t h e A r c h i v e s
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C l a s s N o t e s
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P i c t u r e P e r f e c t
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F i n a l T h o u g h t
The Chinese New Year
was observed on campus
early in the spring semester
with celebrations and
performances, including
a Chinese traditional dance
by Ruoshi "Jennifer"Li ’16,
an economics-mathematics
and psychology double
major from Beijing.
The activities ushered in
the Year of the Horse.
On the cover: There’s nothing quite like high-fiving a huge piece of canvas
when your hand is covered in wet paint. For many students, the action confirmed
the bonds they already feel as Laurentians. Photography by Tara Freeman
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