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Events occur Thursdays to Saturdays, both on and off campus, providing students with alcohol/drug-free alternative programs. Students are encouraged to join the Late Knight programming committee to assist in the planning and sponsoring of events. Activities are sponsored by the Office of Inclusion and Engagement.

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  • Midnight Eats Grill

    St. Rocco’s Reading Series

    Midnight Eats, Centennial Hall

    Event Details

    St. Rocco鈥檚 Reading for the Dispossessed invites you to join us for our November reading with Kimberly Alidio, Stacy Szymaszek, Nancy Klepsch, and Kenning JP Garcia.

     

    Gather at 4pm. Readings begin promptly at 4:30pm.

    At MidKnight Eats in Centennial Hall at the College of 富二代视频app Rose.
    930 Madison Ave, Albany, NY 12203

     

    Kimberly Alidio is the author of Teeter (Nightboat Books), why letter ellipses (selva oscura press), : once teeth bones coral : (Belladonna*), and after projects the resound (Black Radish Books). Her writing has been nominated for the United States Artists Fellowship and awarded the Nightboat Poetry Prize. She鈥檚 a 2023-2024 Emerge-Surface-Be Mentor for The Poetry Project, and lives on unceded Munsee-Mohican lands along the Mahicannituck River, otherwise known as New York鈥檚 Upper Hudson Valley.

     

    Stacy Szymaszek is the author of seven books of poetry: Emptied of All Ships (2005), Hyperglossia (2009), hart island (2015), Journal of Ugly Sites and Other Journals (2016), which won the Ottoline Prize from Fence Books and was nominated for a Lambda Literary Award in 2017, A Year From Today (2018), The Pasolini Book (2022), and Famous Hermits (2023). Their most recent chapbook Three Novenas was published by auric books in 2022. They are the recipient of a 2014 New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Poetry, and a 2019 Foundation for Contemporary Arts grant in poetry. From 2007-2018, they were the Director of The Poetry Project at St. Mark鈥檚 Church in NYC. They currently live and work in the Hudson Valley with their partner, the poet Kimberly Alidio.

     

    Nancy Klepsch is a poet and teacher who was born in Brooklyn, NY, and currently lives in Upstate NY. She has been writing poetry since she was in the fourth grade and decided to go to college after watching her mother type envelopes for a penny a piece in the late 60s. She studied education at College of 富二代视频app Rose, co-hosts the 2nd Sunday at 2 open mic for poetry and prose, and is one of the founders of Riverside Community Press. god must be a boogie man is her first published book of poems.

     

    Kenning JP Garc铆a is an Afro-Absurdist diarist, humorist, performer, and tragedian . Xe is the author of OF: What Place Meant (West Vine Press), With (Really Serious Literature), Ghost Notes (Spiral Editions), and Suffused (If and Only If Press). Xe is an editor at Rigorous and Dream Pop Press, and a founding member of St. Rocco鈥檚 Poetry Collective.

     

  • Midnight Eats Grill

    Pine Hills Review Open Mic

    Midnight Eats, Centennial Hall

    Event Details

Late Knight Events

All Late Knights events are free/low-cost and open to all 富二代视频app Rose students, unless otherwise noted.

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Why You should Join the Programming Committee

You will have the opportunity to win several prizes when you are part of the committee. You will also have the opportunity to meet new people.

Join the committee to plan and advertise upcoming events and social media challenges!聽 Watch for ways to join the committee when the semester starts!

  • Be part of a student run programming committee
  • Provide the entire campus with fun, new and creative activities
  • Great resume builder – you will learn event planning, how to work with a team and delegate tasks, improve your organization and time management skills
  • Be a leader on campus by managing Late Knight events
  • Committee members attend all events for free
  • Showcase your social media skills by advertising upcoming events

Recent Late Knight Events Include:

  • Fall Carnival/Knight Fest
  • Study Break Breakfast (free on campus breakfast before Fall and Spring finals)
  • Mystery Dinner
  • Bingo, Trivia, and Game Nights
  • Trips to local entertainment venues
  • Laser Tag

Interested in joining Late Knight Committee? Have an idea for a Late Knight event? Email Coordinator of Engagement and Campus Activities, Theresa Belfance or stroselateknight@gmail.com