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The St. Lawrence Review Wants YOUR Work!

Hey, everyone! Hopefully you’re enjoying the break. If you’re like me, you’ve been attempting to be productive, maybe even planning a bit for the work ahead of you…I’ve personally accomplished almost nothing, but at least the intentions are there. Anyway, … Continue reading

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The Art of Coming Home

Between forkfuls of pulled pork at Dana brunch this Saturday, I asked my roommate if, for some reason, homecoming seemed to be more of an even this year than in past years. “Yeah!” she responded in total agreement, “maybe it’s … Continue reading

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More of Fall 2013 Featuring Authors

This week we interviewed the author of the non-fiction piece that was submitted this fall by Mallory Garretson. We met in the Art Brush gallery on Saturday for a small chat, and this is what Mallory shared with us: Tell … Continue reading

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Keeping Java Shows Safe

When interviewed to live at the Java theme house, the current residents ask what the term “Java Love” means. The general consensus of the houses is that it is the welcoming atmosphere that is created at Java, for the 12 … Continue reading

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Fall 2013 Artist Feature

The submissions are in, the selections have been made, and it is off to production and copy-editing for The Laurentian Magazine.  In honor of the fantastic student work that will be published, we would like to feature one of the … Continue reading

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Welcome Back

To another beautiful year at St. Lawrence University!  Welcome back to those who were abroad (like me!), and welcome to our faculty coordinator, Paul Graham, who will be filling in when Sarah Barber takes her sabbatical.  The Laurentian Magazine is … Continue reading

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Made for you

While flipping through some of the poems in one of the journals Ben Aleshire brought in for today’s YAS, the title of one poem by Robert McKay got my attention.  “To be a tourist in your own city,” I read.  … Continue reading

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Detective Work

Earlier in April, I attended a public event on campus. I observed many little moments taking place throughout the event and I compiled them into this moderately fictional piece. Do any of these moments sound familiar to you? Can you … Continue reading

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Mark your calendars!

There are so many events happening between now and the end of the semester! I thought I’d list them all for you: This Wednesday, 4/17 there will be a performance in the Black Box (aka Edward R. Miles Theater) of … Continue reading

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The Fiddleback

  On Thursday creative nonfiction writer Jessica Hendry Nelson spoke in the Brush Art Gallery. She is currently an editor for The Fiddleback is an online arts and literature magazine (much like our very own Laurentian!). Check it out here! … Continue reading

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