Tag: money

Thanksgiving: What I Am Thankful For

Thanksgiving: What I Am Thankful For

As my final Thanksgiving break at Brockport appears, I reflect back on how thankful I am for Brockport.

Advice to “Freshman Me”

Advice to “Freshman Me”

What I know as a senior at Brockport, What I wish I knew as a freshman

My Start to 2018

My Start to 2018

Good luck to everyone on their spring semester. Stick to your goals and power through!

How to prepare for college

How to prepare for college

Whether you're an upperclassman or a freshman, here is what you should be doing to prepare for college!

Leaving for Winter Break

Leaving for Winter Break

Alexis Marchitte—When it comes to college, winter break is a little different from high school. In high school you have a week off after Christmas, and that time is mostly used to do all the homework and projects you were assigned. In college, it's 6 full weeks of pure heaven. No homework, no roommates, no … Continue reading Leaving for Winter Break

Tuition Hikes?!?!

Tuition Hikes?!?!

Alex Bill—As we approach the infamous midterm week and everyone is quite a bit more stressed than normal, it’s really great to see a collaborative effort made on campus. As you probably know, last week there was a huge effort put towards speaking out against tuition hikes throughout the entire state at all SUNY schools. … Continue reading Tuition Hikes?!?!

Picked Up a New Book, Started Saving Money

Picked Up a New Book, Started Saving Money

Alex Winslow—Hey Everyone, Recently I picked up a book called Financial Peace Revisited by a guy named Dave Ramsey. After almost getting through it, I have learned so much about money — things such as the snowball method of getting out of debt. With that, all you do is list out your expenses from smallest … Continue reading Picked Up a New Book, Started Saving Money