Professor Patterson-Kohler: Taking Care of Business

By Lauren Sears Staff Writer Many students at The College of Saint Rose may choose to be business  majors with a certain expectation of what types of professors they might encounter. To many this sterotype might include suits, podiums, and long droning lectures, but one professor here stands out from the rest of her colleagues […]

Inflatables Exhibit to be Unveiled

By LAUREN KLOSE Staff Writer The collaboration between the Art and Communications departments will finally be unveiled in an exhibit on Thursday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in Picotte Hall’s student gallery for one night only. The collaboration includes inflatable sculptures created by 3D Concepts students, which will have video and sound, created by […]

A Love Quadrangle: Campus Quad Alive With Activity and Nostalgia

By CHRISTOPHER SURPRENANT Managing Editor Temperatures reached the mid-60s this past Saturday, which meant the campus quad was brimming with frisbees, football, soccer, and sunbathers. While many took some time to enjoy the sunshine, several students indulged themselves with a trip down memory lane. Lounging around one of the quad’s many picnic tables were seniors […]

Albany Takes Back the Night

By JACKSON WANG Executive Editor Entering the campus gymnasium at Albany Law School Thursday evening, dozens of people could be seen frozen, shock, and speechless. One by one, a survivors would come up to the stage, grab the microphone, and deliver their stories on how they were assaulted and how they survived through that trauma. […]

The college's next president Dr. Carolyn Stefanco speaks to media after tomorrow's announcement. Photo by Kelly Pfeister.

A New Bud on the Rose Bush: Dr. Carolyn Stefanco Assumes New Role as President

By CHRISTOPHER SURPRENANT Managing Editor and CONOR SHEA Features Editor                Dr. Carolyn Stefanco has been selected as the 11th president of The College of Saint Rose following unanimous approval by the presidential search committee. Out of four finalists, Stefanco was chosen because of her experience with international issues as well […]

Bang Your Head with Brendan: Hall of Fame Edition

By BRENDAN TENAN Staff Writer It’s time for another edition of “Bang Your Head with Brendan.” In lieu of reviews of the best new music rock and metal has to offer, the following is an open letter to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: Dear Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Like many fans […]

The Dirty Heads “Lite Up” the Upstate Concert Hall

By MATTHEW WOODS Contributing Writer Californian jammers the Dirty Heads, known for their unique “beachy” vibes, performed a fantastic set at Upstate Concert Hall in Clifton Park, NY on April 9.  The group, led by singer Jared “Dirty J” Watson and guitar/singer Dustin “Duddy B” Bushnell, performed a long 18-song set that included hits such […]

Firing of Mozilla CEO A Fair Business Decision?

By ZACHARY OLSAVICKY Opinion Editor Freedom of speech is an amazing tool in a free society—not exclusively because of the ability to dissent and change government, but because of people’s capacity to say incredibly stupid things. For every March on Washington, there is a George Wallace; for the Beach Boys’ “God Only Knows,” there is […]

Studying Abroad Broadens Opportunities for Growth

By KELLY PFEISTER Head Photographer In last week’s edition of The Chronicle, opinion editor Zachary Olsavicky wrote a piece titled “Study Abroad: Squandering an Opportunity for Change.” He uses New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof’s recent article, “Go West, Young People! And East!” which talks about why students should go abroad, and encouraged American students […]

Saint Rose Competes in George Davis Invitational

By JOSHUA NATOLI Sports Editor Both the men’s and women’s sides of the track team of The College of Saint Rose put on quite the show at the George Davis Invitational at the UMass Lowell campus Saturday. For the women, the 4×100 meter relay team of freshman Alicia Bousa, sophomore Stephanie Vance, and seniors Bridget […]

Saint Rose Grad Student to Run Boston Marathon Once Again

By COURTNEY CARR Contributing Writer A graduate student at The College of Saint Rose has his sights set on running the 26.2 mile Boston Marathon in 2 hours and 30 minutes, a time that would give him a position among the top runners in the world. Last year, Michael Roda finished running the Boston Marathon […]