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Where on the Web is the Saint Rose Archives?
In addition to our Digital Collections, items and information from the Archives can be found on the College's blog, Pinterest, the New York Heritage site, and others' blogs and sites. Here are a few to check out:
Before the student newspaper began, students were hard at work creating a publication to both inform and entertain their fellow students. The first student publication began in 1920 and was called "Canary Trills." The name changed to "Rambler" in 1928. Rambler continued well after the student newspaper started in 1936.
Other publications have come and gone and students continue to publish literary and creative publications today.
Symbols of Saint Rose
Our college has a rich history and heritage. To learn more about the symbols of the school - such as our alma mater, school colors, and motto - check out the online exhibit, Symbols of the College.
2020: Our First One Hundred Years!
The College will be 100 years old in 2020. While looking forward to our centennial, we are also looking back at our history and heritage. Each year, starting in 2010, we are celebrating a decade of progress.
2013-2014 -- Celebrating the 1950's
In addition to strong Liberal Arts studies, the Nursing Program continued to flourish and the Bachelor of Science in Education degree was introduced. The Saint Rose Library (now the Neil Hellman Library) and Rose of Lima Hall were built. Traditions, such as Rose Day and May Day, continued. Many daughters of alumnae joined the student body. Drama programs, music recitals, dances, and trips rounded out a student's college experience.