Stefanco, Heenan Call for Unity in Email

By Kyle Pratt Executive Editor The College of Saint Rose President Carolyn Stefanco, and new Chair of the Board of Trustees Sister Mary Anne Heenan sent a joint email to College employees Monday calling for “unity on campus.” The email, which was provided to the Chronicle by the College, references recent local news stories involving

Chair of the Board of Trustees Resigns

The College of Saint Rose Administration Building. Photo by Kyle Pratt By Kyle Pratt Executive Editor Chair of the Saint Rose Board of Trustees Judith Calogero has resigned from her post, the College said Tuesday. “Judith Calogero has advised the Board of Trustees of her resignation as chair and as a trustee,” the College said

Purchased Buildings Remain Unoccupied

By Newsroom Fifteen of 89 – some 16 percent – of the buildings on campus at The College of Saint Rose are vacant, or unoccupied, at a time when the college is trying to improve its financial outlook. Three of the College’s properties, 192 Partridge St., 194 Partridge St., and 962 Madison Ave. were valued

Sparks Fly, Budget Passes at Common Council Meeting

  By Kyle Pratt Executive Editor The Albany Common Council approved a 2018 budget Monday that increases the city’s property tax and increases Councilmembers’ salaries. The vote was unanimous, but Council-members Frank Commisso Jr., Mark Robinson, and Judd Krasher were not in attendance and did not vote. Krasher, who recently lost his reelection campign for

Golden Knights Rundown

By DAVID MEISTER Staff Writer Wrapping up the regular season was the women’s volleyball team. Last Friday they had a match against the Southern New Hampshire Penmen. They were defeated three sets to two (26-24, 25-20, 18-25, 21-25, 9-15). The Golden Knights staked out a commanding two sets to nothing lead but the Penmen didn’t

Led Zeppelin IV turns 46

By ETHAN  HERZINGER Staff Writer British hall of famers Led Zeppelin celebrated the release of their monumental 1971 LP “Led Zeppelin IV,” commonly referred to as “IV.” Zeppelin wanted to strike back with full force like they did previously with their debut and “Led Zeppelin II,” back in 1969. They wanted to prove the critics

Free Meek Mill

By BRIANNA ROBLES Staff Writer Well-known rapper, Meek Mill, has recently been sentenced to two to four years in Philadelphia’s state prison for violating probation. There is the argument that this sentence in unjustified. In 2008, the rapper was arrested for drug and gun possession and was put on probation for these charges. This year,

Taylor Swift’s Damaged “Reputation”

  By ELIZABETH VALENTIN Arts Editor After a story was released on PopFront, an online political magazine, claiming that Taylor Swift and her music promote white supremacy, Swift’s legal team sent the magazine’s editor, Meghan Herning, a cease and desist letter, which threatened a lawsuit if the article was not taken down. The American Civil