Semi Formal : Dress to Impress

Every semester I so anxiously await Semi Formal. It is the one night where us college students get to dress up, eat a fancy meal and dance the night away under a gorgeous venue. This fall the theme was Black Tie and the lovely Laura Meyer was in charge of all the planning. Being apart of the SEB E-Board I […]

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Good to know: Saint Rose computer science majors net big internships

Mainframes were something Andrew Reifman-Packett ’16 had no experience with. But as soon as he started his summer internship at IBM in the Research Triangle Park of North Carolina, he was assigned to develop a framework for a new mainframe. “Very few colleges teach it and they didn’t expect me to know very much about the framework,” Reifman-Packett explained. “But […]

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The Best Years of Your Life

People often tell college students that, “College is the best time of your life,” and often times, we the college students tell them that they’re full of it. We tell them that college is full of stress and papers, useless homework, dumb group projects, bad relationships and breakups, bad food, bad roommates and having no money. However, once you actually […]

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Golden Knight Spotlight: Morgan Burchhardt

Golden Knight Spotlight is a student-athlete profile series run by Alexander Lawrence ’18 in coordination with Golden Knights Athletics staff. Morgan Burchhardt Sport: Women’s Soccer Hometown: Burnt Hills, NY Class Year: 2018 Major: Childhood Education Favorite study spot: My apartment Favorite food: Seafood One interesting fact about yourself: I’m a snowboarder   What set SR apart from other schools: “It was […]

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Alumni Update – Brian Willis

First and last name: Brian Willis Hometown: Bronx, NY Class year: 2015 Major: Criminal Law and Behavior Clubs and activities you would like to share: ALANA Spectrum (Public Relations & Parliamentarian), Groove Phi Groove Special Fellowship, RA, Founder of New Talent Entertainment Why did you choose The College of Saint Rose? I chose Saint Rose because the community feel drew me […]

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Good to know: PB&Jams: sticky fingers, sweet rewards

  The fifth edition of PB& Jams had more of everything: More volunteer help, more community support and, most important, more sandwiches to serve to people in need in the Capital Region. “We made 3,594 sandwiches.” said Ellen Praught, a Saint Rose sophomore who co- chaired the annual student-centric marathon held earlier this month. “There are 3,000 homeless people in […]

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My Look Into Poverty

You might have heard some buzz around campus this past week in regards to a couple events to raise awareness about poverty and homelessness in the Albany area and across our country. The Office of Spiritual Life is very familiar for Social Justice Month, but these events were a way to further promote awareness and educate the Saint Rose community […]

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