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Five reasons why being a resident assistant (RA) is sweet and sour

  Just like the iconic Sour Patch Kids candy, being an RA is both sweet and sour. So, if you are dreaming of the enormous single dorm room you can have to yourself, the gigantic discount off room and board, and the chance to meet some amazing residents — and other RA benefits — then you might want to read…

School of Education provides resources for educators on helping kids navigate current events

Adults aren’t the only ones contemplating the issues facing the nation and finding navigating them more difficult in the face of political polarization, the rise of social media as a source of information, and the backlash to recent discourse about criminal justice and racism. The Thelma P. Lally School of Education is sharing the following resources for educators on how…

Sister Sean Peters, CSJ, asked Murphy what he could do for the dear nieghbor

Saint Rose Counseling Professor Continues Sister’s Legacy

  As he prepared to leave his teaching post in Atlanta to join the Saint Rose faculty in 2018, Dr. Thomas Murphy received an email from Sister Sean Peters, from the College’s office of spiritual life. She requested a meeting. So, soon after arriving on campus, Murphy and several other new professors, gathered with Sister Sean in the cozy library…

8 fun things you can do in New York’s Capital Region (that are safe and socially distanced)

Are you tired of being stuck in your dorm room all week? Have you binge-watched too many Netflix shows (even the boring ones)? Is your body craving some fresh air and some outdoor fun? Well, don’t worry, New York’s Capital Region has got you covered! If you’ve been searching for the perfect fall activity or just something new to do…

Understanding racism through storytelling and art: Music education students create lesson plans for today’s world

At the intersection of art and music, race and representation, and storytelling and listening was Dr. Jennifer Campbell’s elementary music methods class on Thursday, engaging with the latest exhibition at the Esther Massry Gallery. Music education students gathered around the gallery as Campbell, an assistant professor of music education-elementary, gave detailed instructions to her students: listen to Dr. Robert R.…

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