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Hidden Homelessness Brought to Light at St. Lawrence University

The voices of homelessness. St. Lawrence University students hear the stories of those who live in poverty and on the streets--it's not just a big city problem. Todd Moe reports.  Go to full article

Commemorating Martin Luther King, Jr.

Voices from the Martin Luther King Jr. service at St. Lawrence University last night. SLU Associate Professor of English Margaret Kent Bass reads from King's "Letter From a Birmingham Jail," Multicultural Affairs Director Rance Davis offers his reflections on King’s legacy, and student Maia Jackson reads a poem she wrote.  Go to full article

Honoring the Life and Work of Martin Luther King at St. Lawrence University

On this Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Martha Foley talks with St. Lawrence University Chaplain Kathleen Buckley and Rance Davis with the SLU Multicultural Affairs office.  Go to full article

The Alexander String Quartet at St. Lawrence University

Chamber music and talk with the Alexander String Quartet, from a visit to our studios last fall. The quartet played a little Mozart and Shostakovich for Todd Moe when they came for an annual visit to teach and perform at St. Lawrence University.  Go to full article

The Life and Music of Elsa Hilger

Todd Moe chats with 97-year-old Elsa Hilger, the first woman hired full-time by a major symphony orchestra. She also shared her music with the rich and famous, including Albert Einstein.  Go to full article

People: SLU Government Professor Bob Wells on the Art of Redistricting

David Sommerstein talks with government professor Bob Wells about the political intrigue of redistricting, both for Congressional representatives and for state lawmakers.  Go to full article
Contestants are pictured left to right and top to bottom in the order they appear at right.
Contestants are pictured left to right and top to bottom in the order they appear at right.

Winners of TAUNY's 3rd Annual Borderland Fiddling Festival

Fiddling contest judge Tim Woodbridge explains how the contest works and demonstrates a variety of fiddling and song styles. He is followed by the winning contestants in order:
Rebecca Koehler, 1st: Open
Tom Wilkinson, 2nd: Open
Gerry Smith, 3rd: Open
Andrew Clark, 1st: Senior
Luc Richard, 1st: Junior
Marie Anne Richard, 1st: Youth  Go to full article

Third Borderland Fiddling Festival Saturday in Canton

TAUNY's annual Borderland Fiddling Festival takes place tomorrow at St. Lawrence University. This year's event includes workshops, a fiddling contest and a concert with Canadian Grand Champion Fiddler Pierre Schryer.  Go to full article

Shenandoah Shakespeare Express Returns to Canton

The Shenandoah Shakespeare Express: members of the troupe join Todd Moe in the studio for a fresh approach to the works of William Shakespeare. The company is visiting St. Lawrence University this week.  Go to full article

Filmmaker Brent Scarpo Presents Hate Crime Documentary at St. Lawrence University

Todd Moe talks with Los Angeles filmmaker Brent Scarpo about the film Journey to a Hate-Free Millennium, a documentary about hate crimes. Scarpo will show his film tonight at St. Lawrence University, and lead a discussion of how hate affects our lives and society.  Go to full article

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