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How the Business, and Fun, of Being a Student Continues

Even though she’s home, Student Association President Allison Hansen attends 10 or so meetings a week with fellow students, as campus clubs plan and host events and gear up for next semester. In spite of being uprooted, Saint Rose students, thanks to new technology, hold a lot club meetings, magic nights and trivia nights, and weekly jam sessions. They’ve even…

Joan Horgan, Saint Rose director of spiritual life

Office of Spiritual Life Retains Connection to Students through Technology and Conversations

The Interfaith Sanctuary is a singular space on the Saint Rose campus that offers the opportunity to engage in community service, worship, ask big questions about society, share music, or simply find some quiet. As they take part in the events, clubs, yoga classes, meals, and social justice projects, students are encouraged to consider their emotional well-being. Among its functions,…

Saint Rose Chronicle Student Newspaper Wins Statewide Honors

  The New York Press Association awarded The Chronicle, the College’s student-led weekly newspaper, second place in the 2019 Best College Newspaper competition, for a story about campus health services. In addition, the newspaper earned third place for a columnist’s reflection on her cancer treatment. The Chronicle’s November article, “Ailing Health Center Concerns Students,” took second place in the news…

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…

Saint Rose Mock Trial Team

Saint Rose Mock Trial Team Takes Third In Capital Region Clash Invitational

The Saint Rose Mock Trial Teams use invitationals as a way to practice for American Mock Trial Association (AMTA) regional and national tournaments. And if their performance at the Capital Region Clash Invitational earlier this month is an indication of how they will do at the AMTA tournaments in February, then they’re in prime shape for the competition. Saint Rose…