Author Archives

  • 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 ›

  • Future for Brockport graduate students

    SUNY Brockport senior Nicholas Kolb is one of many students struggling with the idea of what to do next after graduating.  “I was always interested in the idea of attending graduate school, however, it wasn’t until a couple of my… Read More ›

  • Shots Fired On King Street

    By: Alanna Dovidio SUNY Brockport students say they are left feeling unsafe after shots were fired on King Street early Sunday morning. Officers were dispatched to King Street at 2 a.m. on Sunday after two gunshots were fired. According to… Read More ›

  • A New Coach in Town

    by Antonina Tortorello Since Kirsten Paultre was two years old, she knew gymnastics was her calling. SUNY Brockport sophomore, Paultre said she was put into mommy and me classes and thrived in the environment. As she got older Paultre said… Read More ›


    By Egypt Page “No justice, no peace!”. A phrase that would be heard throughout the campus of SUNY Brockport on the night of December 2nd, 2021. Just last Thursday, more than a hundred students and staff came together in protest of racial injustices that took place within the community of Brockport.   Reminiscent of the protest nearly… Read More ›

  • Easy Ways to Stay Healthy on a Budget

    by Ryan Jennings Although it’s a very rewarding and beneficial habit to pick up, staying healthy can sometimes be a difficult habit for college students. Between taking classes, possibly working a full-time minimum wage job and juggling the intricate responsibilities… Read More ›

  • The evolution of listening to music

    By Gio Battaglia  For as long as he can remember, Belmont University freshman Jack Horne has been listening to music. When he was a child, his family had an influence on the type of music he would listen to.   “My parents would play… Read More ›

  • Saying goodbye to a humble man of God.

    A humble man with the voice of God. That is how many students from St. Christopher’s Catholic church describe Fred LeWalter. Fred was a World War II veteran, a local business owner and a devoted husband and father.  Although… Read More ›

  •   Service Industry Bias

    By: Alanna Dovidio A typical night at work for Sarah Yapjoco consists of a crowd full of hungry diners and a busy dinner rush. Yapjoco has been a server for 20 years. She is a mother of four boys and… 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 ›