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Bringing It Home – The Saint Rose Blog

Author: Antonia Valentine

*Antonia is finishing up her MBA this summer and not a current blogger. Good luck, Antonia!* Antonia is an MBA student at The College of Saint Rose. She received her BA in communications from Saint Rose in May 2011. In addition to attending her MBA classes, Antonia is also a graduate assistant in the Office of Graduate Admissions. She anticipates earning her MBA in August 2012 and aims for a career in corporate communications and public relations.

What’s on your keychain?

If you’re a Saint Rose student, you know you have to carry your keys and ID card with you everywhere. Your ID card is like your pass into most buildings on campus, your meal card, and your pass into your residence hall (if you live on campus). Students must also carry their keys with them wherever they go. For resident…

Preparing for my final semester of Graduate School

This morning, I registered for my final semester of graduate school. Yes, I am all registered for the MBA summer semester. No, I cannot believe that it’s almost over. Saint Rose has been my home for the past four years. I spent three years here earning my Bachelor’s degree and the past eight months studying for my MBA. On July…

I think I can…How to find motivation mid-semester

It’s that time of the semester. You know, the time when students begin to lose the motivation and energy they had at the beginning of the semester. Students at Saint Rose take on many responsibilities outside of class including part-time work, extracurricular activities, research projects, field experiences, etc. With only so many hours in a day, it can be difficult…

4 tips on how to prepare for class presentations

Class presentations are a staple of a college education. In graduate school, I have experienced my fair share of presentations already (and there are more to come!). As I prepare for several presentations within the next few weeks, I’d like to offer my tips to my fellow students who are also preparing to give class presentations. Although some students enjoy…