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Bringing It Home – The Saint Rose Blog

Author: Corey Towne

Hailing from South Glens Falls just a little north of Albany, I am a freshman at Saint Rose in the class of 2016 whose major is music industry with a focus on voice. I enjoy books, movies, science and clearly, music. I also love to travel; I've been to over half the states here in the U.S., but I really want to see some other countries, Greece, Peru, and Japan to name a few. I'm pretty quiet, but that just means I'm listening :)

Vox Organizationis: Big Brothers/Big Sisters

(Last Time: The Chronicle) Any of you unfortunate (or fortunate if you wish to think) souls who don’t like children might want to leave now, because it’s time for an explanation of Bib Brothers/Big Sisters, answered by current president Katrina Pecorella. (Answered: April 2013) Q: What is the purpose of your organization? A: The purpose of our organization is to…

An Old-Fashioned Battle of the Bands

This past Friday at Saint Rose’s very own Jack’s Place over in the Center for Communications and Interactive Media (CCIM), a “battle of the bands” was held. Sponsored by The College of Saint Rose and the Times Union, Garage to Glory had five bands competing in front of judges Bernie Walters, Aarond Scher, and Greg Bell to win the opportunity…

Vox Organizationis: The Chronicle

(Last Time: The Golden Notes) Do you like writing? Do you like news? Do you like writing the news? This time, I’ve got Chris Suprenant, Arts Editor for the student-made newspaper on campus, The Chronicle! (Answered March 2013) Q: What is the purpose of your organization? A: The Chronicle seeks to inform its readers about news happening around campus, as well…

Tabletop/Board Gaming Club (Vox Organizationis)

For now, this is just a working title, because the club I present to you today, is not currently officially a club at Saint Rose. My friends and I play board and card games basically every other night over in Golub Hall. Personally, I had no siblings, my parents never wanted to play games, and my high school friends lived…