By: Kari Ashworth For many student-athletes, balancing school, athletics, and work can prove to be difficult. However, it is the structure and support of the athletic programs that allow student-athletes to flourish in the transitional nature of college. Bailey Pratt,… Read More ›
Team Captain Chris Kinsley leads by example. Now in his senior year, long time athlete reflects on his career and the leadership skills gained.
“I am most often the only person in a meeting who looks like me… and after a while that becomes taxing,” Archie said. “Unfortunately, as an African American male, I will never have the privilege that I can choose to say ‘I’m not gonna be an advocate today.’”
In 2017, the percentage of adults who identify as LGBT+ rose to 4.5 percent in the United States, according to a study by Gallup. More than ever, college campuses are choosing to celebrate those students by offering Lavender Ceremonies. These ceremonies… Read More ›
In April, The office for equity, diversity and inclusion hosted a trip to Washington D.C. They invited 52 student leaders from cultural clubs all across campus. According to Diversity Recruitment and Retention Specialist, Sandra Vazquez, the office wanted to host… Read More ›
By: Lillian Ayala & Kenya Petty Deborah Olagunju tabling for ASU week at the Seymour Union Fireside lounge. Administrators, professors and advisors are known for leading the way for change in the Brockport community, but one student who is changing the way for… Read More ›
By Christina Giruzzi and Ashley Reeves Doctor of Education Shaun Nelms has been consistently working to make changes in the Rochester City School District. Nelms is the superintendent of East High school and also leads the Center for Urban Education… Read More ›