Budget Cuts Are Putting Our Future At RiskBy Michael LaRusso on May 09, 2017
The Donald Trump Administration is working to instate major budget cuts to the Department of Education. These cuts plan to put an end to valuable after school and summer programs. The termination of these programs put students, the future of this country, at risk.
Creating a hunger-free AmericaBy Helen Cox on May 08, 2017
When most Americans think of the issue of hunger, the first image that comes to mind may be sick children in third-world countries. Hunger is undeniably a worldwide issue, but what many people don’t realize is how present the problem is in our own country.
Let's Bring Funding to After-SchoolBy Tyler Sands on May 09, 2017
The week’s almost over. It’s a Thursday. My CBL partners and I scattered across the room, waiting for the students to arrive. One by one, they started to come in, smiles on their faces. At this point in the program, different students gravitated to each of us. A rambunctious boy named Jackso
Rural Education in America Deserves MORE AttentionBy Paige Gannon on May 09, 2017
Education, more specifically access to education in rural parts of the United States has become a major issue in today’s society. It is a well-known fact that education is closely linked with economic outcomes and success later in life.
Integrating Local Food into St. Lawrence University Dining ServicesBy Gretchen Brooker on May 08, 2017
Strawberries from California. Avocados from Mexico. Pineapples from Hawaii. At St. Lawrence University, students, like myself, have access to all of this distantly-sourced produce during the majority of the school year.
Food Insecurity; A Local and National EpidemicBy Haley Bolton on May 07, 2017
At St. Lawrence University students are offered six different dining locations, which are all accessible with a swipe of your campus ID card. A portion of our tuition guarantees hundreds of meal options any time of the day.