Shay Harris—When I was younger, my mama would often tell me that I should be an actor. I had a flair for the dramatic and entertaining people, but learning lines and performing a story never seemed like something I would do. Then came Deathtrap, a play written by Ira Levin. It was the first of … Continue reading Rounding Out My Senior Year With Theatre
Luke Bennett—This is the first installment of a new running blog on Winging It. I will highlight student-athletes here at The College at Brockport and focus on their academic prowess, along with the athletic and personal. The purpose of this blog is to show that these star athletes rank amongst the highest on the field … Continue reading Golden Eagle STUDENT-Athlete Spotlight: Doc Gentzler
Shay Harris—October is National LGBT History Month and as a Resident Assistant (RA) at The College at Brockport, I decided to do something special to celebrate this. Before my junior year ended, I brainstormed a list of programs I wanted to initiate during my third and final year as an RA. Among my list I … Continue reading Spreading LOVE and PRIDE, One Program At a Time
Eliza Zachowicz—At this year's Diversity Conference, The College at Brockport was graced with the presence of Wes Moore, author of our summer reading assignment, The Work. Moore was set to give the afternoon keynote address and honestly, it was breathtaking. Moore told many stories of his life, keeping the audience captivated, as his voice alone was that … Continue reading Wes Moore
Shay Harris—Whenever life hits me harder than I’d like it to, my mamma likes to remind me of a wonderful superpower I have. Now, this superpower isn’t exclusive to me. It’s something we all have and it’s the ability to make choices. We can choose to be angry or sad, empathetic or apathetic, whether … Continue reading Sports and Laughter: A Weekend at the College at Brockport
Eliza Zachowicz—For many people, college is a weird time; whether you're in your first or last semester. You may not know anyone outside of your high school friend group, or you may not know anyone at all when you're first starting. However, it is important to get involved, as a good bulk of your friends … Continue reading Clubs and Their Value
Cat Mattis—Brockport hosted a Career and Internship Fair at the beginning of the month. I attended in search of a summer internship, and I KILLED IT, if I do say so myself. Well, I do admit, I had areas where I could have improved, but I realize what I did wrong, so I hope to … Continue reading What NOT to Do at a Career Fair
What exactly is Brockport's Festival of Ten, and why should you check it out? Read on to find out!
Alexis Marchitte—One of the best things about college is that every semester you basically get a redo. I remember being in high school and thinking "Wow, once I move to college I can completely change who I am and start all over". Now I don't mean change into somebody you aren't meant to be. I … Continue reading New Semester, New You
Katelynn Groh—Well guys, it's happening. Tomorrow is the day that I've been looking forward to and working towards for the past 4 years. Graduation. With that, I thought I'd do a little timeline of my four years here... Brockport, it's been a pleasure. Thank you for being everything I … Continue reading A Timeline.