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Tips for Avoiding the Flu in the Wake of Coronavirus

If you have been anywhere near your phone, TV, or radio lately, then it’s likely you have heard about the coronavirus — a recent public health crisis that was first detected in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. This virus had not been found in humans before and can lead to shortness of breath, coughing, and fever. According to The New York…

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…

Club Focus: Q&A with the President of Brothers and Sisters in Christ

  Brothers and Sisters in Christ (BASIC) was founded in 1978 by Michael Cavanaugh at Oswego State University. The club is a student-led college ministry. BASIC exists on about 30 campuses all over the state. The chapter at Saint Rose has been around for more than 20 years. Brothers and Sisters in Christ President Tiara Johnson ’20 is a communications…

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…

Girls Next Door

Club Focus: The Girls Next Door Enter International Competition

  The Girls Next Door, the College’s all-women a capella group, will compete with their 13 members in the International Championship of Collegiate A Capella (ICCA) Central Quarterfinal at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) EMPAC Building in Troy, New York, on Saturday, January 25 at 7 p.m. The Golden Notes, the College’s co-ed a cappella group, will also compete with…