Brockport College Students

  Service Industry Bias

By: Alanna Dovidio A typical night at work for Sarah Yapjoco consists of a crowd full of hungry diners and a busy dinner rush. Yapjoco has been a server for 20 years. She is a mother of four boys and… Read More ›

The Ins and Outs Of Internships

By: Alanna Dovidio With the stress of post graduate life looming over students, internships allow college students to ease into the working world. Completing an internship allows students to earn valuable hands-on experience in their field. According to finance online,… Read More ›

Support animals and their impact on campus

By Cambrie Eckert  Wherever Abby goes, Casper follows.  Casper is Abby’s six-month-old kitten. He helps Abby, serving as her emotional support animal (ESA) on campus.  SUNY Brockport student Abigail Parnham (Abby) suffers from depression, anxiety, post-traumatic-stress-disorder (PTSD) and attention-deficit-hyperactivity-disorder (ADHD)…. Read More ›

Working Out During a Pandemic

By: Ben Blakely BROCKPORT, N.Y.— During a global pandemic with many quarantined at home, working out has not been on the top of student’s priority list. Even with fitness centers following mandated requirements from New York State and Governor Andrew… Read More ›