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Saint Rose Mock Trial Team

Saint Rose Mock Trial Team Takes Third In Capital Region Clash Invitational

The Saint Rose Mock Trial Teams use invitationals as a way to practice for American Mock Trial Association (AMTA) regional and national tournaments. And if their performance at the Capital Region Clash Invitational earlier this month is an indication of how they will do at the AMTA tournaments in February, then they’re in prime shape for the competition. Saint Rose…

Club Focus: Q&A With President Of ALANA Steppers

The ALANA Steppers stepped into the scene in 2007 and have been performing for the Saint Rose community ever since. The club is about more than just stepping — it is a safe space for students to be themselves, and it aims to bring unity and develop friendships within the campus community. ALANA Steppers President Tanaesha Spaulding ’21 is a…

Free, and Nearly Free, Things to Do Around Albany this Winter

  When the weather turns cold, staying close to hearth and dorm room feels cozy. But winter should also be celebrated beyond campus borders. Fortunately, there are a lot of ways to do so without spending a lot of money. (And remember, Saint Rose students and employees ride CDTA buses for free.) A few ways to beat back the winter…

Club Focus: Q&A with CEO and President of Rose Record Label

Belinda Ligotino ’20, a music industry major, was the first junior to get elected CEO and president of the Rose Record Label. It’s a demanding job, but Ligotino is up for the challenge. As president, she runs board meetings, manages the artists, and ensures the label is on top of its game. Ligotino’s goal as this year’s president is to elevate…

Black student union members hanging out in classroom

Club Focus: Q&A with the President of the Black Student Union

The Black Student Union (BSU) is an independent club at Saint Rose that promotes unity and social consciousness among the student body. They hold events and activities throughout the year to progress their mission and encourage an open dialogue with students of all backgrounds and beliefs. Black Student Union President Tyler Sumter ’20, a forensic psychology major with a concentration…