Bringing It Home – The Saint Rose Blog

Author: Michelle Flores

Hi everyone! I’m a recent graduate of the class of 2014. While at The College of Saint Rose I studied Business with a concentration in Marketing with a minor in Communications. I was also the Executive Vice President for the American Marketing Association chapter at St. Rose and an event leader for the Late Knight program.

The Post Grad Feels.

I graduated from The College of Saint Rose this past May; I guess this would be around the halfway point between the end of the spring semester and beginning of fall semester. I still can’t wrap my head around not going back to campus in August to help the freshmen move in during the Week of Welcome program. The first…

Beautiful Lengths World Record Goal

Relay for Life season at The College of Saint Rose is just around the corner, the event taking place on April 25th. This year the annual Relay for Life event will be put on by the Colleges Against Cancer (CAC) chapter of Saint Rose. Colleges Against Cancer is a national club affiliated with the American Cancer Society (ACS). The chapters…

Getting Involved Isn’t a Spectator Sport

Getting involved in College is very important. By being involved, students are able to broaden and expand upon their interests. There are numerous ways to be involved around the Saint Rose campus such as clubs, activities, events, and even intramural sports. This past Monday (October 28th), I sat on the sidelines of the Plumeri Sports Complex and cheered on my…

Late Knight (not with Jimmy Fallon)

As mentioned in my bio, I’m an Event Leader for Late Knight. I’ve been a part of Late Knight since my freshman year, making this my fourth year involved in this group and it has hands down been my favorite opportunity of involvement while at Saint Rose. I’ve had the opportunity to meet an amazing group of people, as well…

Kickin’ it the Freshman Way.

The transition from high school to college can be challenging, exciting and nerve-wracking. First year students sometimes aren’t prepared for how different college is from high school. Not different in a bad way of course, just different in the amount of self discipline and independence that is needed with the new freedom that is gained. This year I had the…