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Producing a Bright Future in Communications

Female Saint Rose student in 22 minutes TV production class

In our “Love This Class” video series, we offer a front-row seat for viewing the innovative approach to learning that plays out every day in our classrooms.

Recently, we visited the 22 Minutes course taught by Liz Richards, an assistant professor in our communications program who served as a producer for the PBS series “American Experience.” In 22 Minutes, students produce a 22-minute show from start to finish, from writing and revising scripts to filming in our TV studio or out in the field.

Watch the video of the class.

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Want to Be a Knight for a Day?

Liana Morales '19 walking at Saint Rose in the snow

We encourage our prospective students to visit and get a true Saint Rose experience by shadowing a current student in our Knight for a Day program.

Want to see for yourself?

Liana Morales ’19 will takes you through her day in our video, from grabbing a coffee at Starbucks, to working in the lab, to ending her day with her fellow dancers on Sabor Latino.

Be sure to share the video with the high school student(s) in your life. We would love to see them at Saint Rose one day.

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Don’t Forget to Take Our Alumni Survey

two female Saint Rose alumni
President Carolyn J. Stefanco and the Saint Rose Alumni Board are working together to deeply engage our alumni in the College and offer them services that support them long after they’ve left Saint Rose.

But we need to hear from you.

Please consider filling out a short online survey to shape this initiative.

And watch this video featuring President Stefanco and Alumni Board President Angelina Maloney to hear why it is so important.

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Cheryl Hage-Perez ’82: Serving Those Who Served

Cheryl Hage-Perez at veteran event

Cheryl Hage-Perez started at Saint Rose as a financially struggling single mom relying on public assistance. She says at Saint Rose she found people who met her where she was in life, enabling her to pursue her education despite the challenges.

Saint Rose, she says, was a place where every person was treated as equal to the next, regardless of their background.

Today, Hage-Perez is a powerhouse nonprofit director who has rallied unprecedented funds and support for homeless veterans, finding a new way to give back for the help she once received.

Read Hage-Perez’s story here.

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