None of us like doing homework or studying, but sometimes a cool spot to get all that work done can make it just a little less painful. There's so many great spots around Brockport, but I chose my top 5. Our library is nice, but try out these places instead next time you need a … Continue reading My Top 5 Favorite Study Spots
Category: Off Campus
Alexis Marchitte—My packing list is made for an unfurnished, off campus house. This may vary depending on where you decide to live. Some off campus houses may come with a few furnished items; get in contact with your landlord to find out! Off campus apartments will also vary but I'm sure there is somebody you … Continue reading Living Off Campus: The Ultimate Packing List
Kayla Green—Europe is indescribable. It's breathtaking, captivating, colorful, and exciting. It's everything. Despite my inability to describe it in simply words, I'm going to try, because it was the best experience of my life. Ever since I was a prospective student at Brockport, I heard all talk about the study abroad program. How it's the … Continue reading Indescribable: My Study Abroad Experience
Martha Donnelly—About two weeks ago we had our mid-semester break, which was our spring break. This year I came home for the week to visit with my family and to make some extra money by working at Levi's which is where I work over the summer. During the first weekend home I spent Friday and … Continue reading What Did I Do for Spring Break?
Marie Fischer—Growing up, there was never a time that I was scared to go to school, the concern of my safety never being an issue. Today, I can't help but think about what a luxury I've been given to never fear sitting in my classroom for fear of not making it home. But is that … Continue reading Making a Global Difference, Close to Home
Marie Fischer—Starting out my junior year, I knew I wanted to be more involved within the school's theatre department. I had known a lot of the professors, and from the time I spent in my drama club in high school, I knew it was something I'd want to have be a part of my life for … Continue reading Taking On All That Brockport Offers
Kayla Green—So apparently I'm a junior now, to my own disbelief. This time in college is flying by and there's no stopping it. I have learned so much already over the past 2 years and as I dive head-first into the second half of my college career, I notice everything changing. Over the summer, I … Continue reading Where Has the Time Gone?
WARNING: Spoilers and potentially graphic content ahead This past weekend, my friend and I were finally able to make our way to Cinemark's Tinseltown movie theatre and see the remake of It, written originally in 1986 by Stephen King. According to slashfilm.com, Stephen King has said that we should "stop worrying about it as the producers … Continue reading IT Movie Review
NancyLea Illsley—There is a new trend that I believe should catch on all over the world. This is painting rocks and hiding them in your neighborhood. Now I know what you're thinking, "what's so special about painting and hiding rocks?" Well I am going to explain what beautiful things happen when you paint rocks. My … Continue reading Rock the World
Shay Harris—This past Spring Break I returned home to New York City for a much needed reprieve. I hadn't been home since New Year's Day and REALLY missed home — my family, cat, and the oh so wonderful food. Now, I'm the type of person who's always trying to improve himself. Before leaving campus, I … Continue reading Enjoying My Own Company