On Campus

Beyoncé, Rihanna and Nicki Minaj: Performing Black Feminism

Every day, Russell Sage professors and students ask big questions and then read widely, write intensely and collaborate zealously as they pursue sometimes-elusive answers. Beyoncé, Rihanna and Nicki Minaj: Performing Black Feminism, with David Green, Ph.D., is one of the classes inspiring MORE on campus.

Grad Student Promotes Student Leadership in Interprofessional Education

Graduate student Gina Gerlach RSC ’17 founded a new Interprofessional Education Club at Sage to increase opportunities for future occupational and physical therapists, nurses, dieticians, mental health professionals and others to learn together.

Theatre Project Promotes Discussion of Race and Diversity on Campuses

Morgan Heyward ’17 hopes the final project of her Theatre degree will be used to promote discussions of race and diversity on college campuses.

The Sage Colleges Raises More than $62 Million

The recently-concluded Centennial Campaign for Sage raised $62,478,869, significantly surpassing its original $50 million goal.

Future Teacher: “Anything I can do for Sage and the Community is a Plus”

Trona Cenac RSC ’18 received a summer fellowship to work at a public charter school with a mission to prepare low-income students for college. The Mathematics major, who grew up on the island of St. Lucia then lived with extended family and friends while she attended high school in New York City, said her own teachers and a support system at Russell Sage College, have inspired her campus and community service.