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Good to know: Saint Rose business team wows the Fed

Saint Rose Business Team Named Runner-Up in Federal Reserve Bank’s College Fed Challenge The College of Saint Rose has been named a runner-up in the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s annual College Fed Challenge, after advancing to the finals to face two other college teams on November 16.  Saint Rose,  which had never taken part in the competition, not…

From Saint Rose to Moody’s

Sometimes our homepage stories are worth sharing with our blog audience. In this case, we are happy to share former Saint Rose blogger Yelfri De Leon’s success! Business major lands “dream job” two months after graduation. When Yelfri De Leon ‘14 decided to attend college in upstate New York, he never imagined that four years later he would be returning…

Good to Know: Saint Rose small business course helps launch big plans.

Eric Paul has long been inspired by the art of producing cheese. Cheese tells the story of traditions. It connects people from all over the world. People love cheese. And Albany didn’t have a specialty cheese shop. “It tastes good and it is interesting,” Paul deadpanned recently as he arranged blocks and wedges of it in his shop, the Cheese…

Good to know: hard work in the pool and in the classroom net Saint Rose swimmer Caitlin Brauer national award

One of the College’s most decorated individual athletes has just been named one of the  top women athletes in the country. Caitlin Brauer, who graduated in May with her masters in accounting  – completing her undergraduate and graduate degrees in four years – was named a top 30 2013 Woman of the Year honoree. Is it something in the water?…

Good to know: New York bank regulation too big to fail

It’s no secret that the risky lending schemes that helped cause New York’s economic collapse took place in full view of the individuals who are  supposed to keep tabs on such matters: bank regulators. “It is not that there were no rules. It is that there were so many rules that the risk of the complex investment instruments was difficult…