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Art history students take the Getty Challenge to recreate artworks at home

Students in Professor Theresa Flanigan’s Spring 2021 Introduction to Art History and Visual Literacy class took the Getty Museum Challenge to recreate works of art they studied, using objects and materials found in their personal environments. Students demonstrated their art historical knowledge by describing the key features in their chosen artworks and explaining how their recreations emulated or transformed these…

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Club focus: Q&A with the E-board of Saint Rose’s Colleges Against Cancer

The Colleges Against Cancer (CAC)  is a campus club that is supported by the American Cancer Society (ACS). CAC works to represent its community: They’re committed to honoring those who are fighting or have fought cancer. Colleges Against Cancer E-board members, Noelle Gaska ’21, a forensic psychology major, Kyla Jacobs ’21, a biology major,  Eric Szillus ’21, a biology major,…

Club focus: Q&A with the president of the Music Industry Student Association (MISA)

The Music Industry Student Association (MISA) is run by The College of Saint Rose’s music industry students. MISA is known on campus for its various annual events such as a trip to the Audio Engineering Society (AES) Convention in New York City and their own cover show. The president of MISA is Rosemary Michaud ‘22, a music industry student. We…

Club focus: Q&A with the president of the Student Events Board at Saint Rose

The Student Events Board (SEB) provides innovative, social programming for the entire Saint Rose campus community. It is composed of various committees to assure students can benefit from numerous events and activities. SEB was recently awarded the 2020 Programming Organization of the Year by the Association for the Promotion of Campus Activities (APCA).  With a drive to increase student involvement…

Q&A with Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Tina Lane

Before becoming a criminal justice professor, what was your experience in the field? I have a variety of experience with interning in an acute and chronic mental illness ward, juvenile detention centers, and NYS Youth Justice Program, and working for Alberta Health Canada, focusing on resilience/adversity. Despite these experiences, my true interest was teaching and inspiring students to learn. There…

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