St. Lawrence University
Waverly graduated last year and she is originally from Darien, CT. One quirky fact abut Waverly..."I am the third generation in my family to attend and graduate from St. Lawrence. My dad graduated from St. Lawrence in 1985 and both of my dad's parents graduated from St. Lawrence in 1955."
Fun fact about St. Lawrence: St. Lawrence's Alma Mater was written by a St. Lawrence graduate, J. Kimball Gannon '24, who also wrote, "I'll Be Home for Christmas".
Favorite Ice Cream Parlour and Flavor: Stewart's Shops, honey grahams or brownie cookie sundae.
Bakery and Favorite Sweet: Northstar Cafe (The Pub), pub cookie.
Where to Grab a Coffee: Dunkin Donuts.
Burger Joint and Fries: Between the Buns.
Finger Licking Good BBQ Spot: Between the Buns.
Vegetarian Hot Spot: Northstar Cafe (The Pub).
Diner and Favorite Dish: Village Diner, the grand breakfast.
Hottest Mexican Spot and Recommended Plate: Cactus Grill & Cantina, shrimp quesadilla.
Breakfast Spot with a Friend or Date: Jake's on the Water.
Where you would love your parents to take you for parents weekend: 1884 House.
Things to do:
Night Spot for Music: The Tick Tock.
Where to go for Yoga, Exercise Classes, or the Gym: The St. Lawrence Univesity Fitness Center.
Best Dive Bar: The Hoot Owl.
Neighborhood Bookstore: St. Lawrence Brewer Bookstore.
Where is your favorite spot on campus to hang: The Quad.
Where do you want to go on spring break: I went to Tamarindo, Costa Rica with all my friends senior year!
Where to Stay: Best Western University Inn.
Anything we missed? Tell us more!
St. Lawrence University makes the town of Canton, NY extremely special. The people at St. Lawrence are incredibly special. I loved the community of St. Lawrence because it comes alive even in the dead of winter.
I was in Tri Delta and the St. Lawrence Tri Delta chapter is the second largest chapter in the country. The Tri Delta house is currently the oldest Tri Delta house in the entire country and the house is really special to me because my Grandma lived in this same house in 1955.