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  • Journalism in the age of fake news

    By Cambrie Eckert Historically, journalism has been an industry of truth and a pillar of democracy. At one point in time, society could rely on media outlets to publish unbiased and reliable news. In recent years, however, the notion of… Read More ›

  • Pandemic drives search for meaning

    By Cambrie Eckert Throughout the past year, college students like Parnham and MacKay have searched for meaning to help cope with trauma caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. For SUNY Brockport sophomore Abigail Parnham, she found meaning in spirituality, which she… Read More ›

  • Parking Headaches

    By Cambrie Eckert If you’ve ever tried to find a parking spot on the SUNY Brockport campus and failed, you’re not alone. Scores of SUNY Brockport students have been ticketed countless times for parking in unauthorized lots. SUNY Brockport sophomores… Read More ›

  • Support animals and their impact on campus

    By Cambrie Eckert  Wherever Abby goes, Casper follows.  Casper is Abby’s six-month-old kitten. He helps Abby, serving as her emotional support animal (ESA) on campus.  SUNY Brockport student Abigail Parnham (Abby) suffers from depression, anxiety, post-traumatic-stress-disorder (PTSD) and attention-deficit-hyperactivity-disorder (ADHD)…. Read More ›