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Taking On All That Brockport Offers

Taking On All That Brockport Offers

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

The Best Advice I’ve Received: The Double S

The Best Advice I’ve Received: The Double S

Eliza Zachowicz—Since I began college in 2015, I have accumulated knowledge on multiple topics including work, weather, easy shortcuts, how to get the word count, how American Sign Language became a language, and miscellaneous film facts and director tricks. However, the most important thing I learned about was myself and how to take care of … Continue reading The Best Advice I’ve Received: The Double S

Clubs and Their Value

Clubs and Their Value

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

10 Things I Missed Most About Campus

10 Things I Missed Most About Campus

Cat Mattis—Now that I have been back on campus for about a month, I have realized how glad I am to be back. There are many reasons I missed living on a college campus over the summer. Here are just a few of the reasons! Walking to get everywhere. I am not a huge fan … Continue reading 10 Things I Missed Most About Campus

Alumni Spotlight: Jim Mignano

Alumni Spotlight We've asked some of our Winging It alumni to let us know what they're up to these days. Here, Jim Mignano '13 talks about how his Brockport blogging experience helped prepare him for his current work with communications agency Text100, as well as other professional development. Watch for more of these features in … Continue reading Alumni Spotlight: Jim Mignano

Resumes and applications and interviews! Oh, my!

Resumes and applications and interviews! Oh, my!

Missy Fischer—With only a mere 45 days left until my college graduation, I have really had to put some time and effort into getting ready for life after college. In the past month I have put some serious effort into my resume and finally completed that, applied to my first “big girl job”, and also … Continue reading Resumes and applications and interviews! Oh, my!

How To: Cap Decorating

How To: Cap Decorating

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

My Alternative Spring Break

My Alternative Spring Break

Alexis Marchitte—The picture featured is of myself and 17 other Brockport students who chose to spend our spring break in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, volunteering with Habitat for Humanity. Recently I became interested in volunteering because of a lecture we had in my English composition class. My professor started asking us what makes our life worth something, … Continue reading My Alternative Spring Break

Spring Fever, Productivity and Random Thoughts

Spring Fever, Productivity and Random Thoughts

Alex Bill—Hello everyone! I am one of the new bloggers on Winging It! Today I wanted to do a much easier-going blog, seeing as my last was kind of intense. First and foremost, I am Alex Bill, an accounting major with intent to go into forensic accounting, I love film and photography, and give me … Continue reading Spring Fever, Productivity and Random Thoughts

Trains, Time and Novelty

Trains, Time and Novelty

Alex Bill— College. Isn't it such an ambiguous word? The prospect of moving towards the inevitable light of adulthood, something which I have been grabbing at for so long. Yet, time is a continuous force, something that cannot be talked into slowing down, so do not hold your breath. You see, I view this whole college … Continue reading Trains, Time and Novelty