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  • Setting the balance

    By: Emmi Rubera Like many other college students, Matthew Wiepert has a lot to balance. The difference is, however, not only does he have the responsibilities of being in college, but he is also a player and the captain of… Read More ›

  • Mask on…. or mask off?

    No mask mandate? No problem? As New Yorkers grapple with the loosening mask restrictions, many people are weary and uncertain about whether or not that the mask mandate should be lifted. On March 2, Governor Kathy Hochul lifted the mask… Read More ›

  • A return to “normal”

    SUNY Brockport students and staff are adapting to a return to pre-pandemic life. Since the college lifted the mask mandate, students and staff have been learning to live without masks.  On March 2, Governor Kathy Hochul revealed she would end… Read More ›

  • Brockport Goes Big

    For the second year in a row, SUNY Brockport hosted its “Athletics’ Day of Giving” on March 3. A day to “Go Big For Brockport”, the college used the day to encourage alumni, parents, staff, and more to donate to… Read More ›

  • Students put the brakes on driving

    By Jovani Figueroa Another day. Another struggle for college students; gas prices. With prices soaring to an all time highs, college students are left to try and figure out ways to pay. Add that to students trying to balance the… Read More ›

  • Evarts overcomes adversity

    By: Catherine Johnson Scars come in many shapes and sizes. Some are surface level while others cut deeper.  All of them though tell a story. As an athlete Madison Evarts wears the scars of the multiple sports she’s played. Evarts,… Read More ›

  • SUNY Brockport has Brain Power

    Seizure first aid could “easily save a life” By: Emmi Rubera SUNY Brockport approved a new club called Brain Power, Epilepsy Awareness on campus. This club is set to focus on spreading awareness about epilepsy and doing fundraisers to support… Read More ›

  • Fact or fiction: spotting misinformation

    A college perspective By Kate McCarthy Information is everywhere. All. The. Time. It’s on our phones, laptops, and even watches – we are overloaded. With so much information available at our fingertips, it has become increasingly difficult to discern between what is true… Read More ›

  • Roc on at the Lilac Festival

    The Lilac Festival will be in full bloom this year, and festival-goers are excited to rock out. The release of the musical lineup has Rochesterians giddy for nice weather and good outdoor music. Most of the 41 bands on the… Read More ›

  • Clinging to hope

    Many Ukrainian-Americans living in Rochester are worried about their relatives and are uniting with people around the globe to help the nearly three and a half million Ukrainians who have been forced to flee from their homeland as the war… Read More ›