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Category: Tales from the Archives

Tales from the Archives: Haunted Saint Rose Display

Check out the archives Haunted Saint Rose display in the Neil Hellman Library to learn about paranormal activity on campus and Halloween traditions of the past. Reports of ghosts and other unsolved mysteries have occurred over the past 50 years. Visit the library to decide if you believe… Or listen to current and recent students talk about their ghostly experiences…

Tales from the Archives: Maps

Did you know that part of the Archives Digital Collection is home to campus maps from the past? Fifty years ago there was no Lally School of Education Building or Massry Center for the Arts. Shown on the map above are 25 buildings the College owned in 1963. Today Saint Rose consists of 81 buildings across 33 acres. In 1963…

Tales from the Archives: Wise Words

Saint Rose students can pick up the latest edition of The Chronicle every week. But years ago students had to wait for a quarterly student publication to read stories, essays and poems written by their fellow classmates.  Rambler was one of the many student publications over the years and it ran from 1928 to 1973. Rambler’s magazine like style was causal…

Tales from the Archives: The Rosaverian, September 25, 1952

The first student newspaper was published in 1936. Since then, Saint Rose has always had a student led newspaper. Today’s student newspaper The Chronicle features stories about campus news, entertainment, sports, and more. The name has changed a few times…nine times, but the purpose and reputation has stayed the same. Here’s a list of names and years of the Saint…

Tales from the Archives: Summer in September

 Remember when you could escape a hot summer afternoon by going to the beach? At the beach the heat of summer doesn’t seem to matter all that much. The smell of salt in the air takes away the stickiness of humidity and the sound of sea breeze can put anyone’s mind at ease.   Today’s hot summer-like temperature makes me…