“Telling Americans to forget about 9/11 is like telling teenagers to forget about sex,” said Dr. Keith Huey, professor of church history and theology, to his Christian and Muslim Interactions class on Sept. 11.Read More
Very early on a crisp, fall morning the silhouette of a massive object could be seen in the distance masked by the fog that hung slightly above the ground. Rochester College’s campus is simple and unassuming, nothing ever takes an unsuspecting visitor by surprise. Except for this immense profile of an object, seemingly not movable by human hands.Read More
by Viktoras Merkevicius
Professors in RC’s School of Business meet once a month to share their hopes and goals in Dream Sessions led by Dean Danette Cagnet, assistant professor of business.
Cagnet described the Dream Sessions as collaboration and cooperation among the staff. “Dreaming about what could be done and what could we do as a team. There are no limitations in what we could be as a school of business,” she said.Read More
by Caitlin A. Fredericks
Students pursuing a degree in social work at Rochester College aim to serve others and to make the world a better place.
Being Passionate In Your Career
Sarah Reddick, associate professor of social work and sociology, believes the desire to volunteer helps students find a passion for a career in social work.Read More
On Oct. 22, Rochester College will be one of the last safe zones against the invading zombie hordes.
RC’s chapter of Psi Chi will be hosting their annual Run for Your Brains on Saturday at 3 p.m. Students and anyone over the age of 15 are welcome to take part in the invasion. Tickets will be $10 for students and $15 for any non-student who wishes to participate in either the 1K or the 5K run.Read More
Rochester College offers a variety of majors and degree programs for traditional students, ranging from prominent degrees such as nursing, or limited degrees such as ministry. Although RC has many options to choose from, I want to introduce you to the Department of Mass Communication.
RC’s Mass Communication department offers students entry into the fascinating and fast-paced world of mass media.Read More
Kibo Corner is a non-profit coffee shop on the campus of Rochester College that allows patrons the opportunity to support sustainable development projects in Uganda, East Africa simply by buying their morning coffee or tea.Read More
Don’t miss all of the fun planned for this year’s 2015 Rochester College Crimson Harvest Homecoming Celebration.
The festivities will kick off Friday, Nov. 13, at Lake Norcentra for Beats & Treats. Finger foods will be served starting at 6:30 p.m. Be sure to get there early; the first 50 people in attendance will receive a free T-shirt.Read More
As he paces up and down in the auditorium, his hand motions accentuate each one of his teaching points in his Tuesday morning Introduction to Christian Faith class.
Adam Hill speaks to a classroom filled with students on this Tuesday morning. “From dust you came and from dust you will return,” says Hill.Read More