Going into the fall semester of 2021, many New York college students will be vaccinated and safely attending classes at full capacity. As of May 10th, 2021, New York governor Andrew Cuomo announced that for the new school year, all… Read More ›
By Vianca Grullon BROCKPORT, N.Y- There have been record numbers of early voting turnouts. More than 7 million youth voters have cast their ballots. Generation Z and Millennial voters have turned out in large numbers. Many states have increased safety… Read More ›
By Chelsea L. Brown FAIRPORT, N.Y. – Fairport residents have been waiting for the historic lift bridge on Main Street to reopen since September 2019 when it was closed for repairs. While the community has adjusted to new traffic patterns… Read More ›
By Kari Ashworth, Lauryn Jodush, Socrates Maura and Maricruz Reyes The Seymour Public Library is facing a budget crisis. Funding rules created in the 1990s have not kept up with the library’s expenses but that may soon change. The library… Read More ›
The small town of Hamlin will soon be getting a big addition: A 182 foot tall wind turbine on Redman Road.
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 ›