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Author: Caroline Murray

Lauren Billington '20

Student Spotlight: Lauren Billington ’20, Management Major and Marketing Minor

Lauren Billington ‘20, a management major with a concentration in sports management and minor in marketing, is finishing her final year at Saint Rose strong. A member of the women’s soccer team, in the 2019 season, the Golden Knights etched their place in history, claiming a conference title, regular-season title, regional title, and clinching a spot in the NCAA Final…

Running for Something: Saint Rose Alum to Run 250-Mile Relay for a Good Cause

A self-described introvert, running a 250-plus-mile relay across five states in three days with strangers is completely out of character for Jaime Durant ’16, G‘19. What’s not out of character is her dedication and commitment to helping people with learning disabilities. That is why she signed up for the Run for 3.21, which brings together athletes, advocates, and allies to…

Ethan Lalli '20

Student Spotlight: Ethan Lalli ’20, Student Veteran and Honors Business Student

Ethan Lalli ‘20, a student veteran who served four years in the United States Marine Corps, is enrolled in the college’s 2-in-4 program, working toward both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in business administration. He is a “big fan” of the College’s Any Time, Any Way, Flex MBA format, which allows him to take classes either in person, via livestream,…

What’s Next for Julia Gargano ’20, Songwriter and Musical Artist

Music industry student Julia Gargano ‘20 is preparing to graduate from Saint Rose this spring and embrace the music industry as a songwriter and artist. When she first came to Saint Rose, Gargano thought she would stay in the shadows, composing songs instead of performing them. After auditioning for an Artist Development class, however, Gargano was quickly signed to the…

Michael Sharkey-Sneider

Saint Rose Business Student Returns to his Love of Opera and Austria

Michael Sharkey-Schneider ‘20, a business administration major, is a familiar face on campus. Among a crowd of sweatshirt-clad college students — he’s hard to miss. Dressed head-to-toe in professional business attire throughout his four years at Saint Rose, students would often mistake him for a professor. Professors would sometimes mistake him for a professor. He dresses for success.  At age…