Martha Donnelly—Hello, again! I am back to writing on this blog twice a month to give you insight into my life here at The College at Brockport. It is the end of August and classes are in full swing now for the Fall semester which is crazy to me. I don't know about anyone else … Continue reading Welcome Back to a New Year!
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
Alexis Marchitte—It is my pleasure to share with everyone that I have been accepted into Brockport's Athletic Training program. I'd love to share my experience and everything you need to know about the application process for everyone who is interested. You'll have to take a couple pre-requisites before you can officially apply into the program. … Continue reading Applying into the Athletic Training Program
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
Liz Herrmann—Greetings everyone! Over the next week tons of college kids will prepare their costumes for Halloween, but for those of you that are looking for something to do here are some local things to visit! I give you all way more credit than myself because I do not do anything remotely scary! I actually … Continue reading Hallowegonnahavesomefun! Things to do on Halloween!
Elaina Mancuso—Fall has arrived in Brockport! In addition to changing leaf colors, pumpkin spice everything, and cozy sweaters, cold and flu season presents itself. At some point, you will most likely succumb to the sickness. The reality of college is that residence halls and classrooms are crawling with germs. And actually, I’ve heard a few … Continue reading Hey germaphobe, I’ve got some news for you…