Positivity to Encourage Success

By AMY THOMAS Contributing Writer Students usually come to the Office of Academic Advising asking for help with their schedule, requirements, advice, and most of all, how they can improve. Kelly Meyer, the director of academic advising, is one of the individuals who help students with their general concerns. He tries to guide students in

Jam Fest En Route to Sixth Straight Win

By LOGAN RIPLEY Sports Editor   A strong second half effort pushed Saint Rose Men’s Basketball to a commanding victory over Northeast-10 Conference opponent Assumption College 91-67, extending their win streak to six games. The Golden Knights trademarked “collected effort” sparked the win by putting five players in double digits scoring, while the Greyhounds only

A False Alarm In Hawaii

By SYDNEY MANNING Contributing Writer On the morning of January 13, residents of Hawaii were sent this message on their phones, “BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.” Many people in Honolulu (and the rest of Hawaii) reacted with fear and panic after seeing this alert. People who

Women’s March at the New York State Capitol

By KATE PIERCE News/Managing Editor Downtown Albany was once again swarmed with protesters in pink “pussy” hats and signs supporting women’s rights. “I think it’s thrilling that it’s happening all around the world,” said Justina Torres, a freshman at Saint Rose,“I think it’s amazing how everyone is brought together.” A year after the first worldwide

Review: Call Me By Your Name

By Mark O’Callaghan   There’s a special quality to a film that presents itself as if you were actually with them. To not only feel the character’s emotions but feeling like you’re in the scene itself. “Call Me by Your Name” does a very skillful job of capturing this feeling by presenting an alluring summer

Sexual Assault or A Bad Date?

By Elizabeth Valentin Arts Editor Aziz Ansari is one of the most recent men in Hollywood to have allegations of sexual misconduct attached to his name. In an article from Babe magazine, written by Katie Way, a 23-year-old, then 22, photographer from Brooklyn claims that she was sexually assaulted by Ansari in his Manhattan apartment