SUNY Brockport

Words have consequences

By Lainey Porter Recent incidents involving vandalism and racial slurs have created tension among students and faculty at SUNY Brockport. Freshman Tatum Smyth lives in Gordon Hall, one of the two dorms the vandalism took place and was frustrated to… Read More ›

The fentanyl epidemic

The abuse of fentanyl is a public health crisis. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, drug overdose deaths rose from 2019 to 2020 with 91,799 drug overdose deaths reported in 2020. Deaths involving synthetic opioids (primarily fentanyl) continued… Read More ›

The rapid rise of lacrosse

The sport of lacrosse is constantly gaining popularity. More schools, from high schools to colleges, are beginning to offer lacrosse programs. According to Lacrosse All Stars, the state with the most lacrosse programs is New York. According to World Lacrosse,… Read More ›

A Passion for the Press

By Jason Haselkorn Sarah Killip’s passion for writing started at a very young age. When she was little, Killip would go around the neighborhood and gather her friends to create scripts and act out movies. It was that passion for… Read More ›

Surviving finals week

By Kate McCarthy Anxiety. Stress. Essays. Deadlines. Studying. These are all too familiar for college students during finals week and SUNY Brockport students in particular are preparing for the stressful end of yet another semester. According to a 2016 study,… Read More ›

The Science of Pitching

The pitcher stands 60 feet, six inches away from the catcher. He gets his sign and delivers the pitch. The game seems simple from an outside view. Get the sign, pitch, and catch. But there’s much more to it. In… 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 ›