“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.’”
Day in the Life
Kayla Green has a passion for storytelling. While Green knew she enjoyed editing and shooting when she stepped on to the campus of The College at Brockport as a freshman, she had no idea she would leave a semester early, employed as a multimedia journalist for WROC in Rochester.
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 ›
Jennifer Hecker is an artist, a professor and a mentor. Over the course of her 30 years teaching at The College at Brockport, she has helped students grow their passions and learn more about themselves. Hecker’s main concentration is sculpture,… Read More ›
By Ashley Reeves and Christina Giruzzi Throughout the country, the heroin and opioid crisis have placed a serious burden on law enforcement and other government agencies. Communities such as Brockport and Monroe County have felt the effects of the opioid… Read More ›
Students across the nation spend upwards of $655 on text books each year. With prices of textbooks on the rise, students have become more savvy at navigating the best deals. The choice; online or in-store shopping. Since technology has changed… Read More ›