Bringing It Home – The Saint Rose Blog

Category: International

International Dinner Night- Saint Rose goes global!

Finally, the snow is gone and I can dress up like a human being again! Hello fellow Golden Knights! Hope you are appreciating the rather pleasant change in the weather like I am. It is that time of the year again when the amount of papers, quizzes and assignments due is going to kill at least two trees. The International…

A bump on the road to graduation

As many of you may know, not everyone graduates college on time. Whether it is because of a lack of credits, past mistakes, failed or withdrawn classes, etc., some students may need to come back for a semester or even a full year. The first thing we do is panic and feel like our lives are turning upside down. We…

Icebreaker and Noisemaker – Model UN CSRMUN 2k15

Hey guys! I am Rohit Ahuja, a math geek, pug freak and anything else that rhymes. I am a business finance major and full time Netflix addict. Yet again, it’s that time of the year when we check the weather app every night and pray for a snow day the next day. Waking up in the morning is a task…

Una Experiencia Increíble!

I just returned to the United States, and I have had some time to reflect on my 6 week program in Mexico City.  I could not have asked for a better opportunity.  This Project 70 Internship provided me with a balance of both broad and detailed exposure to an industry I am very interested in learning more about.  As I have…

Planning for Diana

Torre Diana is not expected to be complete for at least two more years, but French architect, Jean Michele and Reichmann´s Development Team, have already begun planning and detailing the building´s main entrance, which will be located in Mexico City on Rio Mississippi.  This morning, Reichmann hosted a small California-based design firm, which builds fountains of all shapes and sizes.  Reichmann has plans to build…