COVID-19

Breaking the silence

By: Emmi Rubera Communication is one of the most important things when it comes to being on a sports team. From hearing your teammate’s words of encouragement, to play calling to hearing the whistle blow, communication is a vital part… Read More ›

A return to “normal”

SUNY Brockport students and staff are adapting to a return to pre-pandemic life. Since the college lifted the mask mandate, students and staff have been learning to live without masks.  On March 2, Governor Kathy Hochul revealed she would end… Read More ›

The ultimate comeback

By Ryan LoTemple As we enter a new phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses have had to find ways to adapt. One of those businesses is Ultimate Sports and Apparel, a clothing store owned by Wendy Riddell. Riddell says… Read More ›

Reeling in a new era

By Kate McCarthy Brockport, N.Y. – The Strand Theater, like countless other local businesses, has had a rough time navigating the pandemic. For a business that requires in-person attendance, like the Strand, it has had an especially hard time staying… Read More ›

Fall Semester Sickness

By: Lauren Higgins Sniffling, sneezing and coughing are familiar sounds in many SUNY Brockport classrooms. As the weather changes, the number of students dealing with colds and respiratory issues is on the rise.  According to the Center for Disease Control… 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 ›