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Kassandra (Kasey) Wood

My name is Kasey Wood and I am a senior at St. Lawrence University. I come from a small town in midcoast Maine and started my journey at St. Lawrence during the COVID-19 pandemic. I have always been drawn to mathematics as a subject since I was little, but was not introduced to a statistics or computer science class until I started at SLU. As soon as I took the intro courses for those departments I knew I would be a data science major, the perfect combination of math, statistics, and computer science. And I am a sociology minor. During my time here at St.

Anna Wilkerson

Anna Wilkerson '24 is a Sociology major, Sports Studies & Exercise Science minor. On campus, she is a student trainer and a volunteer for the L.I.G.H.T. House - a theme house. In summer 2023, Anna conducted research about education inequalities in the medical field in collaboration with a research team in Copenhagen and Stockholm. 

Thomas Van Tassel

At St. Lawerence, I have become a Geology major. As a Geology major, I have found enjoyment in Paleontology. I would like to pursue Paleontology for a master's degree. Furthermore, I really enjoy being outside and showing people what I have learned about rocks and fossils.

Taonga Soko

I am a Zambian student who after completing my general education requirements and getting my high school diploma spent two years in South Wales, further completing the International Baccalaureate at Atlantic College (UWC) and becoming a Davis Scholar. At St. Lawrence, I am currently a senior studying Computer Science interested in AI, Web programming and Backend Software development.

Elena (Ellie) Shaw

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Collection of stickers in support of Women's Rights
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Part of the Catalan Independence movement collection
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Picture of stickers that highlight groups such as JERC, Podemos, and CNT-AIT

Hello! I am Ellie Shaw, a dynamic individual from the class of 2024. I am pursuing a double major in Psychology and Hispanic Studies, along with a minor in Public Health. I have a fervor for art and its potential to drive change. With this, I have embraced the role of an activist in advocating for sociopolitical causes. I aspire to become an art lawyer, leveraging my expertise to protect and promote artists' rights and creative expression. Beyond my academic pursuits, I find solace and joy in the great outdoors, often spending my free time hiking, climbing, or riding my bike!

Eva Grover

Eva Grover ’24, from Hailey, Idaho, is pursuing a major in Government and minors in Economics and African Studies. Spring ’23 she participated in SLU’s Kenya Semester Program and completed an internship with the human rights organization HAKI Africa. Here on campus she is involved in a variety of honors societies and leadership positions such as ODK, PSA, and serves on the executive board for the Beta Beta Chapter of the Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority. Interested in multi-party politics, political corruption, and global democracy trends, she spent her summer under the advisory of Dr.

Eliza Brown

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Eliza Brown '24 is a mathematics major with developing interests in computer science and statistics. She is president of SLU Democrats, financial advisor of College Democrats of New York, and serves on the Sexual Misconduct Prevention & Response Strategic Planning Group at St. Lawrence. Most recently, Eliza engaged in a research fellowship in the field of experimental mathematics. 

Sarah Weaver

Sarah Weaver (she/her/hers), born and raised in Norwood, New York, is a member of the Class of 2024 at St. Lawrence University with a major in Data Science. Her current student fellowship research is a part of the NSF Grant SCORE which utilizes sports statistics to create educational modules for public use. Outside of her academic interests, Sarah is the Public Relations chair for the Association of Campus Entertainment (ACE), works as the treasurer of the Arts Annexand is the treasurer of the St. Lawrence University Performing Arts Collective. 

Allee Mack

Allee Mack '24 is from Marietta, New York where she graduated from Onondaga Central High School in 2020. She is majoring in Government and minoring in History, and she is interested in pursuing a career in politics. During her time at SLU, Allee served as the Student Delegate to the Board of Trustees, the Secretary for SLU Advocates, and a student ambassador for the Andrew Goodman Foundation. Additionally, Allee received the Harry Reiff Junior Government Major Scholarship Award and the Meg Flaherty Student Leadership Award.

Maya Mackey

Maya Mackey '24 is double-majoring in Digital Media and Film, and Performance and Communication Arts. Maya interned at North Country Public Radio, where she produced audio news stories on several different topics, including profiles on local businesses, the return of agricultural education to North Country schools, Indigenous tradition and culture, and mental health awareness and resources for farmers in New York. Her continued work at The Hill News, in both writing and editing capacities, helped her produce articles, as well as social media and digital content for NCPR.

John Mahoney

I am a student at St. Lawrence University pursuing a bachelor's degree in economics and a minor in government. I have experience interning at a financial servicing firm as well as a legal and consulting firm. I am passionate about politics, law, the outdoors, sports, and the Buffalo Bills. I am open to any conversations as I look to expand my professional network and gain insight from experienced profesionals.

Macallister Ballaine

I am a senior at St. Lawrence University. I am from Seattle, Washington and am a Data Science major with a Communications minor. Outside of the classroom I am president of the Delta Delta Delta sorority on campus and a Student Ambassador for Admissions. In my spare time I like to long distance run and am running the New York City marathon in November. 

Glendalys Medina

Glendalys Medina is a computer science and creative writing double major here at St.Lawrence University. She spends her time working as the Event Coordinator for La Sociedad, a club dedicated to amplifying Latinx voices in the SLU community. She also is one of this year's Townhouse Coordinators so you can find her building community amongst the senior living space. 

John Reece

John Reece, Class of 2024, born in Washington D.C raised in Sudbury, Massachusetts. He majors in Government with a minor in African Studies. With his major in Government, John has developed a passion for the topics of law and counter-terrorism, leading to his time interning for the United States Marshals Service. With nearly 7 months of working for Federal Law Enforcement, he hopes to follow up with connections made during his time in D.C and utilize his experience into a career with agencies such as FBI, ATF, or DEA directly after graduation.