Hello From the Other Side…of the RA Selection Process

If you told me a year and a half ago that I would be hired as a Resident Assistant, love my job, and even be placed on the Selection Committee helping to hire new Resident Assistants, I would have told you were crazy. And yet, here I am; third semester as an RA, and helping to select new RA’s from…

New Year, New Goals

WELCOME BACK SAINT ROSE! As we are into our third week of school I am hoping many current students are getting back into the groove of things on campus, I know I am already! I am super duper excited to be back after the winter break and honestly was ready to get back to classes and having fun with friends around…

“The Electric Paintings”

~A joint post from Ruth Mejia ’19 and Claudine Smith ’19, work study students in the Saint Rose Communications office.~ We were only trying to take a few pictures for our work study job and we figured the Massry Center would be a good place to start. When we entered the building we stumbled across the John Knecht Exhibit. We…

New Year, New Me…Or Something Like That

Well here we are friends, about a month into a new year, and a new semester is officially in full swing. I am someone proud to say that I have the unpopular opinion that I think New Year’s Resolutions are kind of pointless, especially for myself. I never seem to be able to stick to them. And let’s be real,…

Good to know: Understanding the chemistry of the world’s great art

      To the untrained eye, strands of unprocessed wool, silk and linen look very much alike. But an analysis of their chemical components shows big differences among them. “Wool is a protein: alpha keratin. You can see alcohol, the chain of carbons, nitrogen and hydrogen,” said Vincen Pierce, a Saint Rose Saint Rose chemistry and Saint Rose math …