coronavirus

Reeling in a new era

By Kate McCarthy Brockport, N.Y. – The Strand Theater, like countless other local businesses, has had a rough time navigating the pandemic. For a business that requires in-person attendance, like the Strand, it has had an especially hard time staying… Read More ›

Fall Semester Sickness

By: Lauren Higgins Sniffling, sneezing and coughing are familiar sounds in many SUNY Brockport classrooms. As the weather changes, the number of students dealing with colds and respiratory issues is on the rise.  According to the Center for Disease Control… 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 ›

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 ›