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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

Happy DITL!

Happy DITL!

Our "Day in the Life" coverage on Twitter (#bportlife) and Snapchat (@collegeatbport) is well underway! Follow the action throughout the day to get an inside look at what Brockport life is like for our students. Here's a peek at some of the goings-on so far. We'll post a full recap tomorrow! https://twitter.com/bport_Alexis/status/932474181916250112 https://twitter.com/bport_Eliza/status/932476592588288000 https://twitter.com/bport_Alexis/status/932479445205766144 https://twitter.com/KaylaGreen04/status/932619211171618816Continue reading Happy DITL!

A Day in the Life of Brockport Students: Monday, November 14

A Day in the Life of Brockport Students: Monday, November 14

We're at it again! Throughout the entire day on Monday, November 14, the bloggers will share the details of their day on Twitter using #bportlife. Follow the hashtag and use it to send them your questions and comments. It’s your inside look at a day in the life of Brockport students. What do you want … Continue reading A Day in the Life of Brockport Students: Monday, November 14

Controlled Chaos

Controlled Chaos

Melissa Fischer—Two words come to mind when I think about the final weeks of the semester: controlled chaos. These final weeks are usually filled with lots of assignments and exams that finalize the semester and bring it to a close. With so much going on in such a small amount of time it’s easy to … Continue reading Controlled Chaos

Among Midterm Madness

Liz Herrmann—Twas the week before spring break and all throughout campus students were defining ridiculous terms such as grampus. Flashcards were flying, coffee galore, everyone rushing to have midterms no more. Papers on papers, "Thank god multiple choice" students muttered quietly with a tiny small voice. Countdown to Florida and warm weather abundant. In six … Continue reading Among Midterm Madness