Fighting the stigma of mental health

by Antonina Tortorello From the time Cambrie Eckert was in middle school she knew something was wrong. Eckert says she had trouble sleeping, felt unmotivated doing daily tasks and felt a general sense of aloneness. Recently, Eckert says that she has… Read More ›

Parking Headaches

By Cambrie Eckert If you’ve ever tried to find a parking spot on the SUNY Brockport campus and failed, you’re not alone. Scores of SUNY Brockport students have been ticketed countless times for parking in unauthorized lots. SUNY Brockport sophomores… Read More ›

Epidemic Within a Pandemic

How Rochester’s Substance Abuse Problems Have Spread to Colleges (Brockport, N.Y.) The COVID-19 Pandemic has been raging on in the United States since the end of 2019, and it has impacted every single person in a myriad of ways. However,… Read More ›

Teachers reflect on a tumultuous school year

Social institutions have been impacted in innumerable ways since the initial spike of coronavirus last spring. Leaving many people discombobulated and forcing them to adapt their personal, social, and professional lives accordingly. A profession that has been affected heavily by… Read More ›

Confessions of a Sore Thumb

For many, a college acceptance letter is a ticket to freedom. This is not the reality that many students of color face as they choose to attend a primarily white institution (PWI). Primarily white colleges across the nation boast their… Read More ›