Sage Lalor (she/her) is a St. Lawrence University student who is designing her own major multi-field major called Perpetuating Systems of Privilege and Oppression. She took part in the Adirondack Semester Program during the fall of 2021 making her an Outdoor Studies major, and plans to study abroad with the Kenya Semester fall of 2022 which will give her an African Studies minor. When on campus, she is a part of the Outing Club, SLU Close the Loop and works as a certified Outdoor Program Guide and manages the gear room.
Kayla Edmunds '21 majored in Conservation Biology and minored in African Studies. She is particularly interested in Entomology and completed a Senior Year Experience in Fall '20 on the phenology and dispersal of Proctacanthus robber flies (Diptera: Asilidae) in St. Lawrence County. Her SLU Fellowship builds upon this experience while studying Lasiopogon currani, another unique robber fly species.
Tina Luchetta '22 is a junior at St. Lawrence University and is a History major with African Studies and Creative Writing minors. Her academic interests pertain to gender relations, creative expression and West Africa. Tina is currently interning for Foreign Policy Interrupted and assists with Interruptrr Africa, which is a news source that shares female expertise on African politics, business, economics and science & tech. As an aspiring journalist, she hopes to learn as much as possible throughout her life and empower women through sharing female perspectives and expertise.
Edward "Ned" Hallahan is in the class of 2021. He's a philosophy major who is hoping to go to pursue a P.H.D in philosophy. At SLU he's done the Adirondack Semester and studied abroad in Kenya. He's done another research project collecting oral histories of Adirondack artists. He's also worked for North Country Public Radio. Ned is interested in environmental ethics. On-campus, he lives in the Arts Annex, is the treasurer of woodcarving club, and is part of Divest SLU.
Logan Hagerty '21 is a senior majoring in History and Environmental Studies, with a minor in African Studies. He is from North Conway, NH. Logan attended the SLU Kenya Semester Program his sophomore fall, which influenced his decision to pursue a Fellowship. Logan is interested in matters of environmental justice and environmental law. Logan's favorite activities include skiing and hiking in the Adirondacks.