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Good to Know: Saint Rose Mock Trial Team scores big in regional tournament

Was it bribery or was it entrapment? Either way, the Saint Rose Mock Trial Team was convincing Last spring, the Midland State Police Department charged a businessman and a local gambling commissioner with entering into a bribe in order to procure the commissioner’s support for a casino license. The accused men acknowledge that money changed hands – but they called…

New Semester, New Beginnings: A Reflection

Hi Everyone- It’s been almost one whole year since I’ve posted and I feel absolutely guilty for not contributing more over the past year. 2015 was a whirlwind for me. I finished my first full year teaching in New York City and I am happy to continue working with such amazing students and staff. 2016 has been good, thus far,…

Northeast Public Radio Profiles Sister Mary Anne Nelson, founder of Saint Rose music industry program

    January 5, 2016 — Sister Mary Anne Nelson, CSJ, founded the music industry program at The College of Saint Rose in 1981 and has directed it ever since.  She’s why Billboard has thrice named Saint Rose to its lists of the top music business programs in North America.  She counts The Beatles, the Red Hot Chili Peppers and…

Good to know: extending the definition of “home” to a community in need

“The first home was beautiful and it was awesome and I found out it was all built by volunteers and it was inspirational,” said Addison Todd, a Saint Rose junior, recalling the first time she witnessed the work of Habitat for Humanity. “I remember walking up the steps to the program where we were going to stand in front of…

Interviewing: Don’t be intimidated, be prepared!

Deniz Degirmenci, Graduate Assistant, Career Center It’s fair to say that the interview process is often a dreaded and scary experience, especially for students who may not have a lot of experience with interviewing. We might spend hours Googling interview questions and perfecting our responses, to later find the interviewer asking entirely different questions. Then you find your mind goes…