Katelynn Groh—Okay so tonight I decided to switch things up a bit and write about a topic I've never done before...how to decorate your cap! The other day I bought my cap and gown and even though I am now $54 short I didn't waste any time in getting to Micheal's to get supplies to … Continue reading How To: Cap Decorating
Missy Fischer—It feels as though this winter break has come and gone with a blink of an eye. The past five weeks, for me personally, have just flown by. Finals week ended on a high note; I was happy with both my final exam grades and overall grades for the semester. The week after I … Continue reading My Winter Break in 381 Words
Spencer Linsner—Happy Halloween, everyone (Better late then never)! Today I decided to talk about a great opportunity my friends and I had recently: on October 30th, the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra came to play a series of Halloween-related pieces at Brockport's very own Tower Fine Arts Center, in a performance aptly titled "Music Macabre". The first piece … Continue reading Music Macabre: The RPO at Tower Fine Arts
Kayla Green—Hey everyone! It has been an awesome and busy month since I last wrote. I just got back into the swing of things after mid semester break and now we just have the home stretch until the end of the semester! Here's some updates about what I've been up to here at Brockport. I … Continue reading Midsemester Recap
Missy Fischer—Mid Semester break came exactly at the right time. I was starting to feel burnt out and ready to have some relaxing quality time back at my parents' house. But, although it’s considered a break, I’m not sure I, personally, can think of it as that. I have two exams this upcoming Friday, so … Continue reading Mid Semester “Break”
On coming back to Brockport, and seeing Nev Schulman!
Kayla Green—Hello everyone! My name is Kayla! I am from Buffalo and I am a freshman majoring in Journalism and Broadcasting, and I have been at Brockport for almost three weeks now. I am loving college life so far, it is everything I wanted it to be and much more. I know that before I … Continue reading Welcome to Brockport: My First Few Weeks
Katelynn Groh—Well, I've officially made it through my first ever 3-week study abroad program. I participated in the Western Europe: A Documentation of Culture program that lasted from June 9th to June 25th. In those three weeks myself and 27 other students traveled to Venice, Florence, Rome, Barcelona, Paris, Brugge, and Amsterdam. Our days were … Continue reading Study Abroad Tips and Tricks
Missy Fischer—When I was a senior in high school, there were a lot of things I considered when I was choosing which school I wanted to attend for college. Size, distance from home, majors they offered, price, extracurricular activities and the surrounding city, town or village played major factors for me. And in the end, … Continue reading I chose Brockport because of its size, but I stayed because of the people.
Spencer Linsner—Hey Guys! It's that time of year again! No, not Easter! The annual Jobs and Internships Fair at Brockport! This year's fair is going to be the biggest one yet, with around 120 employers looking for Brockport students to join their ranks. I plan on being there to look for internship opportunities, and if … Continue reading Prepping for the Jobs and Internships Fair