College: No Confirmed Cases of Food Poisoningwebmaster

By JACKSON WANG Executive Editor Dozens of students in the last two weeks have complained of getting sick after eating in the Saint Rose dining hall, many of whom said they had to be admitted to a local hospital for treatments. But, so far, there have been no confirmed cases of food poisoning linked to […]

No Action by City on Urban Blightwebmaster

By JOURNALISM I Two men patched a vacant residential building in the neighborhood late last week, a property that was once a rental unit, but has been vacant for 18 years since a fire there in 1996. Another city inspection at the property, 681 Park Ave., was scheduled for this spring but city officials did […]

Saint Rose Graduates Open General Storewebmaster

By JACKSON WANG Executive Editor Saint Rose graduates Katy Smith and Caroline Corrigan have been friends for almost 10 years. They met when they were freshmen living in Lima Hall. Through the years, they’ve only continued to grow as friends and now their friendship will enter a new chapter. Smith and Corrgian have started their […]

Pine Hills Pilates on the Risewebmaster

By LAUREN KLOSE Staff Writer A free pilates class offered at the Pine Hills Library has become wildly popular since it first began three years ago. The class is once a week, alternating between the Pine Hills and Delaware branch of Albany Public Library. Taught by Megan Haley, an art teacher at a local elementary […]

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Rained On Rose Rock, Students Still Rocked On

By CONOR SHEA Features Editor and CHRISTOPHER SURPRENANT Managing Editor Spirits were high all day Saturday, with this year’s Rose Rock concert being one of the College’s biggest events. The atmosphere was one of anticipation and enthusiasm, as students gathered on the quad early that afternoon to soak in some sun and some music. That […]

Another One Bites the Dust: Craig Ferguson Steps Down as Host of The Late Late Show

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By ALYSSA HADDAD Staff Writer The late night changes continue as Craig Ferguson announced last Monday that he will be ending his 10 year reign as the host of The Late Late Show in 2015. He has stated that he is leaving to pursue other projects and that he had planned to step down as […]

Summer 2014 Movie Preview: A Mix of Big Budgets & Indies

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By ANDY GILCHRIST Arts Editor It’s May again, which means that the summer movie season is upon us. It will undoubtedly be dominated by the mega-budget tentpole sequels and reboots that the big studios churn out, with box office records being broken once again. But it’s important to remember that there are several smaller-budgeted films […]

White House Acknowledging That “1 is 2 Many,” Not 1 Minute 2 Soon

By ASHLEY SWEET Staff Writer It is very sad to think that sexual assault and domestic violence are a common part of society our now. Between constant news reports and ever expanding TV shows, it is impossible to hear about abuse toward women in one way or another. Every two minutes in the United States, […]

A Final Frame from Chief Photographer Kelly Pfeister

For the past three years at Saint Rose, I’ve opened up the graduation edition of The Chronicle and felt relieved that I didn’t have to write a senior goodbye. But now it’s my fourth year at Saint Rose, and I can’t put writing this final piece off any longer. There’s a bulletin board in the […]

Golden Knights Pitchers Strive in Preventing Arm Injuries

By NICHOLAS BUONANNO Contributing Writer Baseball may be considered a team sport, where everyone needs to contribute in order to perform well. Although it does take a whole team effort to win, there is a common phrase used in baseball that good pitching is what really helps the team win. If a pitcher throws a […]

Track and Field Teams Compete in Multiple Meets

By TORI ADDISON Staff Writer The track and field program was busy competing last week as members not only participated in the Penn Relays, but also the Capital District Classic. Both events concluded with excellent performances by members of both the men and women’s track teams. Eleven members of the track and field teams were […]