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Tales from the Archives: What does an archivist do?

What does an archivist do? This is the question that plagues every archives intern. I could tell you that an archivist –  Preserves history and cultural heritage –  Digitizes materials for accessibility –  Assists with research I could stress –  how an archivist selects what is significant and worth saving –  how an archivist describes the content and conditions of materials –  how an archivist preserves…

Tales from the Archives: The Rosaverian, September 25, 1952

The first student newspaper was published in 1936. Since then, Saint Rose has always had a student led newspaper. Today’s student newspaper The Chronicle features stories about campus news, entertainment, sports, and more. The name has changed a few times…nine times, but the purpose and reputation has stayed the same. Here’s a list of names and years of the Saint…

Vox Organizationis: The Chronicle

(Last Time: The Golden Notes) Do you like writing? Do you like news? Do you like writing the news? This time, I’ve got Chris Suprenant, Arts Editor for the student-made newspaper on campus, The Chronicle! (Answered March 2013) Q: What is the purpose of your organization? A: The Chronicle seeks to inform its readers about news happening around campus, as well…

Good To Know: Saint Rose archives uses newest technology on oldest publications

Now available: Fifty years of Saint Rose’s past, electronic and easily searchable. The College archives, housed in the Neil Hellman Library, has just digitized Saint Rose student newspapers and magazines from 1921 to 1970. Exhibiting a variety of titles and journalistic styles, the materials join a digital collection of oral histories, photographs and maps that piece together the story of…