More Than a Game

By Vianca Grullon With the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, many people’s daily lives have been reshaped. With having to quarantine inside and looking for things to do, video games is one way people pass the time, connect with friends, and just… Read More ›

The Show will Go On

Earlier this year in March, SUNY Brockport like other schools went into an immediate lockdown due to The COVID-19 pandemic. The dance program at SUNY Brockport was great affected by this change. Students were told vacate school grounds for the remainder of… Read More ›

Starting a movement

“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.’” 

A World of Difference

by Tyler West Most children look forward to watching their favorite television shows after school, going to sleepovers at their friends houses and what they’re having for dinner. Things were a little bit different for a child who growing up… Read More ›

Looking Past Disability

The College at Brockport prides itself in being the first school to offer specialization on Adapted Physical Education across the country.  This specialization has attracted students from around the globe. Ruben Arroyo is an international student from Puerto Rico who… Read More ›