The Community

A Writer’s Muse

Brockport is not just a college town, it is a small village filled with many interesting people and history. There are many residents in Brockport that have rich stories; Elizabeth Deleon-Fox , also known as Liz, is one of the… Read More ›

No Time to Play Cards

By Christina Giruzzi State Senator Maureen Walsh recently made the suggestion that nurses “probably play cards for a considerable amount of the day” on the senate floor while considering a bill that would allow nurses to get mandatory, uninterrupted meal… Read More ›

Spring Spruce-Up Success

Students from the College at Brockport joined other members of the community on April 26 to plant new trees all along the sidewalk on Holley Street as part of the village’s annual Spring Spruce-Up initiative. The community members present included… Read More ›

A Man of the People

By Andrew Harrington, Kyle Boyd and Nick Agostinelli The City of Rochester is known for having many unique features. This includes the Genesee River that flows through the city, Highland Park with its lilacs and the George Eastman Museum dedicated to… Read More ›

Bad Boys and Good Pets

Every day in the U.S., thousands of animals are abused, abandoned, and alone. Behind the numbers are desperate animals in desperate situations. Animal rights agencies around the world are overwhelmed, but remain hopeful for a solution. According to the ASPCA,… Read More ›