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Gunnison Memorial Chapel’s steeple came tumbling down around 5 am this windy morning. St. Lawrence University chief facilities officer Dan Seaman says security personnel were on site through last night. He said the steeple was swaying...
A festive weekend in Canton was marred early Sunday morning by a fire that caused heavy damage to the Gunnision Chapel steeple on the St. Lawrence University campus. The fire broke out shortly after 5am, when fire crews from around the area were...
A St. Lawrence University theater professor spent part of this month in Australia using theater to address bullying in schools. SLU Associate Professor of Performance and Communication Arts Ann Marie Gardinier Halstead is the author of...
In this piece from the second of our summer interns, St. Lawrence University junior Josh Cameron talks about his passion for rugby. –Ellen I just want to clarify: I have always been a football guy through and through. I have played since 6th...
North Country Public Radio is working with three (paid) apprentices this summer. We thought you’d like to meet them, so I’ve invited Conant, Josh, and Claire to introduce themselves to you through All In articles about who they are, what...
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Oct 25, 2002 — Martha Foley talks with Marilyn Mayer, a local biologist, who's spearheading a partnership between St. Lawrence University and local science classrooms. Go to full article
by Concert Hall
Oct 24, 2002 — The HOW Taiko Drumming Group from Nagoya, Japan performed in St. Lawrence University's Gunnison Chapel October 24, 2002. NCPR's Joel Hurd recorded them live. We hear Stacking Straw Rice Bag Song and Spring Mountain Melody/Hachijo Island Taiko Duet. Go to full article
by NCPR News
Oct 16, 2002 — The prize-winning play The Drawer Boy is currently running at the Thousand Islands Playhouse in Gananoque. Resident theatre critic Connie Meng attended a recent performance and has this review, and talks with Todd Moe about her theatrical career and producing a student cabaret recently at St. Lawrence University. Go to full article
Oct 08, 2002 — While President Bush made his case to the nation last night for broad war-making powers against Iraq, one of his most outspoken critics was trying to sway audiences in Canton. Scott Ritter was a U.N. weapons inspector in Iraq for seven years. He's an unlikely candidate to lead opposition to war against Iraq. But as David Sommerstein reports, Ritter says the American public needs to know all the facts. Go to full article
Oct 07, 2002 — Martha Foley talks with former chief United Nations arms inspector Scott Ritter, who will be speaking tonight at St. Lawrence University in Canton, and tomorrow night at Clarkson University in Potsdam. Ritter is now speaking out vigorously against a U.S. attack on Iraq. See link below for complete audio of Ritter's North Country appearances. Go to full article
by Todd Moe
Oct 04, 2002 — St. Lawrence University's semester-long tribute to the life of composer Richard Rodgers, includes the screening of the film Evergreen this Sunday afternoon, lectures and an old-time radio show. Todd Moe talks with Dr. Barbara Phillips-Farley, who's coordinating the music department's tribute to Rodgers. Go to full article
by Todd Moe
Oct 02, 2002 — The Alexander String Quartet, artists in residence at St. Lawrence University, will give a public performance Thursday night at 7:30 in Gulick Theatre on campus. The group's residency at St. Lawrence has included visits to classes in a variety of departments, providing master classes for music students and a trip to the Adirondacks. Todd Moe talks with two members of the ensemble, violinists Zak Grafilo and Fred Lifsitz, about their recent tour of Germany and a personnel change. Go to full article
Oct 01, 2002 — Congress is considering President George W. Bush's request for the use of military force against Iraq. At the same time, retired generals and former weapons inspectors are adding their voices to those of peace groups who urge diplomatic solutions over military ones. Commentaor Bernie Lammers, professor of government at St. Lawrence University, sees the question in a larger context of policy decision made by the current administration. Go to full article