Bringing It Home – The Saint Rose Blog

Author: Caroline Murray

Ruggiero Scholars with the dean of business

Eight Students Receive Ruggiero Honors Internship Scholarship

Eight students from the Huether School of Business recently received the Ruggiero Honors Internship Scholarship. The faculty held a brunch February 22 where Huether School of Business Dean Mike Mathews, along with several business professors, commended the students for all the hard work they put into achieving their goals. “This is a huge honor, and an even bigger honor that…

Caroline in Athens, Greece

Saint Rose Studies Abroad: Greece Edition

Studying abroad is one of the most exciting and alluring opportunities a Saint Rose student can experience. Caroline Aurigemma ’19, a communications major with a concentration in journalism, packed her bags in the Spring of 2018 and studied abroad for a semester in Athens, Greece. While she was away, Caroline wrote several blog posts for the ISA Student Blog about…

Kiara Alicea at October Fest in Munich, Germany

Saint Rose Studies Abroad: Florence, Italy Edition

Studying abroad is one of the most exciting and alluring opportunities a Saint Rose student can experience. For the next several weeks, we’ll profile many students who studied abroad and learn about their different experiences. Maybe, it will spark your interest. Maybe, you don’t know if studying abroad is right for you. Either way, we encourage you to reach out…

The back lawn of the giant dorm hall Centennial Hall

Four facts about living on campus

If you have never lived on a college campus before (that’s probably everyone reading this post) then you might be wondering what to expect and how to prepare for this change. At The College of Saint Rose, first- and second-year students are required to live on campus unless they live within a 40-mile driving distance from the College. Even after…

Saint Rose Studies Abroad: Spring Break Edition

Studying abroad is one of the most exciting and alluring opportunities a Saint Rose student can experience. For the next several weeks, we’ll profile many students who studied abroad and learn about their different experiences. Maybe, it will spark your interest. Maybe, you don’t know if studying abroad is right for you. Either way, we encourage you to reach out…