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Spring break

Alex Winslow—Man this week flew by. I was able to catch up on homework on Friday and Saturday. I’ve been busy from completing work for my human heritage class to working on campus this week. Hey, students, here is nice surprise if you have not discovered it yet: Dailey has gotten an upgrade with brand…

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Spring Break 2014

Elaina Mancuso—In less than four days, students will be making their way home, or better yet to a spring break destination. It’s midterms week and I can feel the anticipation in the Brockport air. If you’re heading somewhere warm for break, you’ll want to read up on these tips and items which are key to…

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Recycling for the win

Elaina Mancuso—“Go green” and “reduce, reuse, recycle” are popular mottoes used to advocate and encourage sustainability in our environment. On campus, students are able to recycle paper, cardboard, and cans and bottles in blue bins that are provided for their dorm room, in residence hall kitchens and hallways, and at various locations around campus such…

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Using Technology to Stay Productive

Spencer Linsner—Since I posted last, the spring semester and all the new classes that go with it have been in full swing for a few weeks now. But, despite all these new beginnings, some things just don’t change. For people like me, that includes procrastination and disorganization. I often forget to write down what work…

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Annual MLK Lecture

Lynn Carson—You know how every time you watch the Princess Diaries, you wish that Julie Andrews was your grandma? I now feel that way about poet and activist Nikki Giovanni. For those of you who don’t know who she is, she was involved in the Civil Rights Movement, hung out and fought with all the…