Rochester

Shots Fired On King Street

By: Alanna Dovidio SUNY Brockport students say they are left feeling unsafe after shots were fired on King Street early Sunday morning. Officers were dispatched to King Street at 2 a.m. on Sunday after two gunshots were fired. According to… Read More ›

  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 ›

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 ›

New Look Old Team

By: Mathieu Starke On Nov. 10, 2020, the Rochester Red Wings lost a key part of their franchise; their Major League Baseball (MLB) parent club. Rochester, a member of the Minor League Baseball’s (MiLB) Triple-A system, had been affiliated with… 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 ›

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 ›