Navya Aggarwal, class of 2026 is majoring in Economics and Business and minoring in Gender Studies. She has a strong passion for entreprenuership and social work. Her academic journey has revolved around exploring how the strategic application of marketing principles and HR practices can drive positive change. Navya envisions pursuing a career at the crossroads of corporate social responsibility and brand strategy, leveraging her skills to create meaningful connections between organizations and social causes.
I am Michael Agyekum '26, I was born and raised in Ghana. I currently reside in the Bronx but here at SLU majoring in Biomedical sciences on the pre-med track due to my interest and goal of attending medical school after SLU.
Muhammed Mahdi '26
Majoring in Physics, interested in Chemistry, Engineering, and Medicine.
My name is Alja Imam Chaudhry, I grew up in Lahore, Pakistan where I completed majority of my high school before doing International Baccalaureate at United World College of Hong Kong.
I'm a person with a rich tapestry of interests, where reading, community involvement, and academics play pivotal roles in my life.
Hello, my name is William (Will) de Chabert and I am a proposed double major in Conservation Biology and Business in the Liberal Arts with a minor in African Studies. I am currently entering my sophomore year at St. Lawrence University. I will be studying abroad during the 2023 fall semester as part of the Kenya Semester Program (KSP). When not occupied by my studies you can find me playing tennis as part of the men's varsity team or in the reptile and amphibian animal and retirement home working to provide animal care under Dr. Hoffman.
I am Mirko Dibra, my hometown is Shkoder, Albania, but I have been studying abroad in the past couple of years in Japan and now the US. I have always had this deep passion for Mathematics and number in General so from a young age I have been engaged in numerous Mathematical Olympiads like EMC, Albanian National Math Olympiad, BMO. This passion for numbers has been reflected also in my work goals where I want to work Quantitative Analysis, or even as an Actuary. Hence, I am planning to major in Mathematics and Computer Science.
I'm a Government major at St. Lawrence University, currently in my sophomore year. My dad recently retired from the Air Force as a Master Sergeant, so throughout my childhood I got the opportunity to travel the world and move from base to base in places like Japan and England. My mom works in government contracting while also studying at law school. These perspectives gave me a no-excuses, big-picture view of the world, which I want to use to help marginalized people and aid the environment.
I am a passionate and hard-working sophomore at St. Lawrence University working towards a B.S. in an Interdisciplinary Study in Marketing and Finance. I am aiming to use my knowledge and experience of product marketing, social media analytics, content creation, consumer research strategies, strong leadership skills, and hard-working attitude in a Marketing/PR role post grad. Currently, I am an intern on the student marketing team at St. Lawrence, where I help create social media content for the school.
Maryam (Sofia) Zareizadeh '26 from Fasa, Iran. While she has not officially declared her major, she has to double major in Neuroscience and Performance and Communication Arts, following the pre-med track.
My name is Wanjiru Mwathi. I am from a small town in Kenya called Nakuru. I speak Kikuyu, my first language, Swahili and English, and I am currently learning Spanish.
I love cooking. My favorite food is mokimo and barbecue chicken. Back home, I always longed to prepare dishes with my family because it always brought us together.
My name is Zigi Lasak. I was born in Slovakia, but moved to Czech Republic to a city called Pardubice and that's where I grew up. I traveled a lot during my childhood. I lived with my family in Slovakia, Czech, US, Russia, and Finland. Each country had a very different culture that I had to adjust to. I met a lot of great new people and it gave me a great life experience. First time I left home on my own was to study in Boca Raton, Florida. All this travel let me here to SLU.
My name is Felikss Gavars. I am 20 years old and come from Riga, Latvia. I am a freshman at St. Lawrence university, without having my major or minors declared yet, since I am exploring my interests. I speak Latvian, as my first language, English, and can also hold a conversation in Russian. I would consider myself an outgoing and friendly person.
My name is Jeremy Ogango, many call me Ogango.Jr, and I was born in Nairobi, Kenya in 2003 into a small family with both parents and my brother Andrew. Growing up in Kenya, soccer was our main sport so I picked it up pretty quick and fell in love with "THE BEAUTIFUL GAME". I speak Swahili and English, as these are our two national languages.
My name is Liyou Asnakew Sisay, I was born and raised in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. I am part of the graduating class of 2026. I am bilingual. I speak Amharic, which is my mother tongue, and English.
Hi, my name is Ksenia and I'm 18 years old. I come from Moscow, which is the capital city of Russia. Growing up I loved trying out new things, whether that would be going on a hike or playing soccer with my younger brothers. My parents love for travelling and exploring new cultures, this love was passed on to me.
My name is Carlos Sanchez. I was born and raised in a small city in the Dominican Republic called, Los Guandules. Currently, I call home to the Bronx, in New York City. I am a college student at St. Lawrence University. I am thankful and blessed to speak two languages: Spanish as my primary, and English as my secondary.
Hola! I'm Sofia Macero Piñango. I'm from Venezuela, specifically from a little town called Los Teques. I am a really serious, and according to some, mean person, who at the same time happens to be a funny and happy tiny Venezuelan. My music, food, and traditions are a part of me that I learned to embrace after studying at UWC Mostar, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, for two years. There, I learned what the real meaning of being Latino was and the power our entire culture holds.