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Author: Takora Mcintyre

Club Focus: Q&A with the President of WEBelieve

Women Everywhere Believe (WEBelieve) has chapters all over the United States. It is an organization that focuses on leadership among women of color. The WEBelieve chapter at Saint Rose was founded in 2017 by Breanne Colon ’19. Women Everywhere Believe’s President Brianna Robles ’21 is an Inclusive Early Childhood Education Major with a concentration in English. We recently caught up…

Club Focus: Q&A with the President of the Natural Science Association

  Saint Rose’s Natural Science Association (NSA) was established in the 1980s and is still active today. The club heightens the presence of natural sciences at Saint Rose as well as in the Albany area. NSA is a way for natural science majors (as well as non-science majors) to feel a sense of community within the science department.  The Natural…

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How to Manage Stress During Finals Week

One universal struggle that college students face is stress during finals week. Although everyone wants to do well on their finals, there’s a better way to prepare than pounding energy drinks at 2 a.m. in the library. Take it from a student who is approaching her final semester at Saint Rose —you can manage your stress level and still come…

Minority Association for Pred Med Students

Club Focus: Q&A with the President of Minority Association for Pre-Medical Students

Established in 2010, the Minority Association for Pre-Medical Students (MAPS) is a club that helps minority students interested in pursuing a career in the medical field. Minority Association for Pre-Medical Student’s President Victor Aisogun ’20 is a biology major. His role as president is to appoint and delegate tasks to e-board members and make sure the tasks are done correctly.…

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…