Graduate School: To Apply or Not to Apply? That is the Question

Author: Samantha Fraser, Graduate Assistant It’s that time of year! Yes, you all know what I’m getting at…graduate/professional school application deadlines are quickly approaching. With that being said, it can begin to feel overwhelming with all of the different questions you are probably thinking about. Do I even need a graduate degree? Where do I start the search? How can […]

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Here’s to the Next 1000!

Happy 1000 posts, Saint Rose Blog Page! That’s right, the Saint Rose blog page has officially surpassed that 1000 post milestone. Every blogger has slaved over their laptop, desktop, Saint Rose computer and other electronic medium to bring everyone some quality entertainment. That being said here are (my) top five favorite blogs throughout the years! Happy 1000! (Spoiler Alert: one […]

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Good to know: The men didn’t like it either!

A new study by Saint Rose psychology department professor Ross Krawczyk suggests that men are just as likely as women to be demoralized by advertisements that feature highly sexualized images of women. “We know these images cause distress about appearance for women, but they also caused this distress in men,” said Krawczyk, a licensed clinical psychologist who conducted the research […]

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Golden Knight Spotlight: Chris Vesic

Golden Knight Spotlight is a student-athlete profile series run by Alexander Lawrence ’18 in coordination with Golden Knights Athletics staff. Chris Vesic Chris Vesic Sport: Men’s Swimming and Diving (free style/sprint swimmer) Hometown: Ballston Spa, NY Class Year: 2018 Major: Criminal Justice Favorite study spot: Library basement Favorite food: Steak burrito from Chipotle One interesting fact about yourself: I have three […]

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Friday Knights with Autistic Children

Many students around the campus are special education majors. They like to help kids who have special needs and they try to help those kids show their talents in the classroom and achieve their goals in the best possible way. This past Friday, there was opportunity for all of the students, and not only the special education majors, to work […]

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Day 1 & 2.

I am technically writing this on Day 2 of my 4 month journey overseas, but I will start with a recap of my first few hours in the beautiful London, England. Yesterday was so chaotic! I didn’t have a minute to breathe and gather myself. Not to mention I was blessed to have been caught up in one of London’s […]

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Interviewing: Don’t be intimidated, be prepared!

Deniz Degirmenci, Graduate Assistant, Career Center It’s fair to say that the interview process is often a dreaded and scary experience, especially for students who may not have a lot of experience with interviewing. We might spend hours Googling interview questions and perfecting our responses, to later find the interviewer asking entirely different questions. Then you find your mind goes […]

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