Skip to Main Content
Bringing It Home – The Saint Rose Blog

Category: All About Saint Rose

Fantasy Theme Captivates Pine Hills Review Team

Unlike much of what has happened at Saint Rose and the rest of the world lately, Associate Professor Daniel Nester actually planned to teach his English 254 class remotely. Devoted to online journal editing and publishing, the brand-new class is project-based, meaning students would be meeting a series of deadlines for their editing and publishing projects. Their goal: produce a…

Sarah Clark with newspaper

Saint Rose Communications Student Breaks News at Home

Even with New York State on pause, life goes on. Sarah Clark ‘21 recently discovered this when she covered a breaking-news story for the Sullivan County Democrat on April 13. Clark, a communications major with a concentration in journalism, was at home when she heard the call from her parents’ police scanner. A five-alarm fire was ripping through the second…

Eric Fletcher

Saint Rose Alums Get Creative with Work During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Except for those of us who were already full-time working from home (WFH), the COVID-19 outbreak has changed our job situations dramatically. We checked in with some Saint Rose alums in different industries – and in different parts of the country – to see how they’re coping. Whether they’re out in the field and on the front lines, or telecommuting…

Remote music lesson with Prof. Boddie

Remote learning, Part 2: Creativity, technology, and caring keep students engaged

In the month since they started teaching remotely, Saint Rose faculty have been trying out new technology and old-school techniques to keep students learning. Whether it’s having musicians record their recitals, figuring out the best way to structure a discussion question, or using a 60-year-old movie to study teamwork, teachers have put their creativity on overdrive. We asked them to…

April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and our Title IX Coordinator, Amanda Bastiani, wanted to remind our campus community that even though we are continuing to work and learn at a distance during this pandemic, there are ways we can also continue to support survivors, and practice consent and safe bystander actions in our everyday lives. Amanda continues to…