Albany is J “Cole World”

By EDWIN ESCOBAR Contributing Writer PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 1, 2011 The J Cole concert at Washington Ave Armory was a success bringing in a packed house at the Armory in Albany, NY on Friday October 21, 2011. The anticipation of J Cole visiting the capital region brought a lot of hype and revenue for the area.

Deactivation Drama

By ALISON LESTER Managing Editor PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 1, 2011 Back in early August, I did something terrible that lasted for over three weeks straight. It was something so shocking and socially damaging that I cannot believe I have since recovered. That’s right, I deactivated my Facebook. I had been planning on deactivating my Facebook for

Running for as Long as Possible

Senior Macky Lloyd looks to keep competitive running in the future By MICHAEL SMITH Staff Writer PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 1, 2011 Senior Macky Lloyd is a three sport athlete here at Saint Rose. Lloyd competes in cross country, indoor track and field, and outdoor track and field. Lloyd has said in the past that his family

From Cookies to Identities

By STEPHANIE SANTIAGO Identity PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 1, 2011 For the past 9 ½ years, I have been involved with the Girl Scouts of America and within those 9 ½ years, I have never heard of any Girl Scout troop accepting a transgendered child. While exploring GLSEN’s (Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network) website, I came across

Suck for Luck

The Race to get the first pick in the 2012 NFL draft is on By DAVID LEBLANC Contributing Writer PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 1, 2011 Halfway through the football season it is evident that certain teams are not only fighting for the lead in their respected divisions, but for last place as well. Teams like the Miami

“L’Angelus at The College of Saint Rose” Held at Jack’s Place – Photos

PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 1, 2011 Presented by Jazz Educators and MEISA, this show (“L’Angelus at The College of Saint Rose) took place on Friday, Oct 28, 2011 in Jack’s Place in the CCIM. L’Angelus is a Cajun swamp band that originated in Lafayette, Lousiana. They now reside in Nashville, Tennessee. The Meishlunday and Route 263 also