About Us

ABOUT US
The Chronicle is the weekly student-run newspaper at The College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY. We serve the Saint Rose campus body and the surrounding community. During the academic year we publish on Tuesdays with one publication during the summer months.

Fall 2016 Staff:

Co-Executive Editors: Jonas Miller and Katie Klimacek
Business Manager: Keith Pero
Advertising Manager: Dominga Gleason
News/Features Editor: Kate Pierce
Opinion Editor: Kyle Pratt
Arts Editor: Aaron Krein
Sports Editor: Logan Ripley
Head Photographer: Melissa Nittolo
Copy Editor: Tess Thapalia
Web Editor: Nerys Jimenez Pichardo

How to Join
We welcome any graduate or undergraduate students interested in reporting, photography, copy-editing, graphic design, advertising or business. We hold weekly general meetings every Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. in CCIM 119.

Submissions
We accept submissions to any section by any current or former student at the College of Saint Rose. These submissions can include, but are by no means limited to, news articles, sports coverage, opinions, movie reviews, photography, videos or restaurant reviews. For more detailed submissions requirements, please send an email to chronicle@strose.edu

Contact Us
Any comments, corrections, questions or suggestions can be sent to our e-mail chronicle@strose.edu. For specific staff members please visit our contact page.

or by mail:
Attn: The Saint Rose Chronicle
432 Western Ave.
Albany, NY
12203

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3 Comments on "About Us"

  1. Hello,

    I work with Dr. Wendy Neifeld Wheeler in the Office of Parent and Family Relations. We are looking to submit an opinion piece, but cannot find the submissions page that you mention in the About Us section. Who do I contact to submit my piece?

    Thank you.

    Sincerely,
    Amanda Shaw

  2. Just a suggestion for a topic. Someone needs to find out why the Lally School of Education will NOT let other majors use their classrooms. With the College’s financial difficulties, and declining enrollment in that building, there should be no reason why other departments cannot use it. It greatly disadvantages the students as well, because we cannot benefit from such a positive learning experience in this building. Yet Huether and Albertus both open their buildings to other majors!

  3. You guys are doing great, keep up the hard work!

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