We recognize that shorter library hours may be impacting your study activity. Therefore, we have identified “after-hours” spaces that are open for study use during weekday evenings and on Saturdays. Please take advantage of these spaces on both campuses. Please note: All of our databases and much of our collection is available remotely using wi-fi in the […]
Category: The Sage Historian
The Libraries will be CLOSED for Independence Day on Monday, July 3, and Tuesday, July 4, 2017. We will return to our regular summer hours on Wednesday, July 5.
Among The Sage Colleges Archives & Special Collection’s myriad holdings, scrapbooks constitute one of the largest, and arguably the most nostalgic, of our collections. A treasure trove of clippings, programs, photographs, and ephemera, the scrapbook collection offers a glimpse of Sage life that other records and documents cannot match. At their best, scrapbooks are highly personalized and prove much […]
Adjacent to Manning Hall, with an almost identical structure and facade, Ricketts Hall is known primarily as the home of RSC’s Physical and Occupational Therapy programs. That has been the case since 1995, anyway. Originally, Ricketts was a single row house that served exclusively as a dormitory for First Year students. Life at Ricketts House, […]
Russell Sage College would be one of my pleasantest memories, were it only for the heartfelt way you resented it when some rude honker made me jump for my life that rainy day I was there with you on the streets of Troy. -Robert Frost to Julia Patton, 1924 The poet’s brief sketch of downtown Troy might strike any […]