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National Geographic’s New Einstein Mini-Series

By JACKSON MURPHY Staff Writer During this past Super Bowl broadcast, someone dressed as Albert Einstein, playing the violin, appeared in a commercial for the National Geographic Channel’s upcoming miniseries “Genius.” I said, out loud,…



2nd Annual Glowfest Makes Light of 420 Holiday

By AARON KREIN Arts Editor Last night, The Saint Rose Public Relations and Advertising Club held their second consecutive music festival, Glowfest, in Saint Joe’s Auditorium. Set with spinning color lights across the room and…



“Fast” Franchise Running Low on Fuel

By JACKSON MURPHY Staff Writer Since when did “The Fast and the Furious” turn into “Mission: Impossible?” This eighth installment in the long-running car racing franchise, “The Fate of the Furious,” veers too far from…


Crow’s Throwback Sound Takes Flight

By Aaron Krein Arts Editor Singer/Songwriter Sheryl Crow is currently gearing up for the release of her tenth studio album, “Be Myself.” It will be her second album with Warner Bros. Records, following her 2013…


Headliners for Glowfest 2017

By SERIAH SARGENTON Staff Writer With the semester coming to an end, students at Saint Rose are working hard to pass their courses. Students are looking for outlets such as writing and music to help…


Branch’s Comeback Album is Far From ‘Hopeless’

By AARON KREIN Arts Editor After 14 years of fans patiently waiting, the third studio album by singer/songwriter Michelle Branch has finally been released. After abandoning a fully produced album and record label in 2015,…