Golden Knight Spotlight: Michaela Phillips

Golden Knight Spotlight is a student-athlete profile series run by Alexander Lawrence ’18 in coordination with Golden Knights Athletics staff. Michaela Phillips #23 in action Michaela Phillips (#23) Sport: Women’s Soccer (Center-mid) Hometown: Portland, Oregon Class Year: 2016 Major: Biology Favorite study spot: My room Favorite food: Cereal One interesting fact about yourself: I went to El Salvador and helped build […]

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Features of LinkedIn That You May Not Have Known About (and may help you land a job!)

So now that you know a little bit about LinkedIn and you’ve built your personal profile, it’s helpful to play around with the site and explore all of the networking, job search, and professional development opportunities it has to offer. We’ve created a cheat sheet for you of some of (what we think are) the best and most helpful tools […]

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Golden Knight Spotlight: Alexander Triana

Golden Knight Spotlight is a student-athlete profile series run by Alexander Lawrence ’18 in coordination with Golden Knights Athletics staff. Alexander Triana in the front leading the pack Alexander Triana Sport: Track and Field (800 meter dash) Hometown: Emerson, NJ Class Year: 2016 Major: Criminal Justice Favorite study spot: My common room in Centennial Favorite food: Colombian food One interesting fact […]

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Northeast Public Radio Profiles Sister Mary Anne Nelson, founder of Saint Rose music industry program

January 5, 2016 — Sister Mary Anne Nelson, CSJ, founded the music industry program at The College of Saint Rose in 1981 and has directed it ever since.  She’s why Billboard has thrice named Saint Rose to its lists of the top music business programs in North America.  She counts The Beatles, the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Ani DiFranco […]

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Ebook Myth Clarified – It Is The Right Choice For Aged Individuals.

There are numerous myths and misconceptions surrounding electronic books. This is preventing wider acceptance of this revolutionary technology. Let us consider a common complaint that aged individuals have about e books. They find the idea of reading something on the computer screen odd. They prefer holding the paper book in their hands. That is when they feel they are reading […]

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Students Using Technology to Balance School and Work

Balancing your work with your education presents many challenges. But thankfully, technology helps! Technology is a driving force in classrooms. Most teachers and students agree that technology has made their lives better and more balanced. Besides classroom training, a lot of people are utilizing technology to balance their education and work. Some have online weekend classes, while others juggle work […]

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