Why you should stop watching Netflix and take advantage of your Scholars Day!
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Cat Mattis—When I first came to Brockport, I considered myself a follower. I thought I would never be able to be a leader because I was soft spoken and a tad shy. Despite my doubts, I figured leadership skills was something I better work on when I came to Brockport and I did this by … Continue reading I am a Leader
Kayla Green—Hey everyone! I can't even believe I am only here at Brockport for 3 more weeks and then it'll be summer! This semester has flown by and I have so much going on in these last few weeks. But first, let me recap what has been going on with me. On April 6th, I … Continue reading Almost Done…But Looking Ahead
Shay Harris—As a member of The College at Brockport's Leadership Development Program, my group and I (mostly my group, since I was a late add-on) organized a walk-a-thon this past Saturday in an effort to raise awareness for brain injury. I did a lot of heavy lifting and was the photographer of the day. Even though my … Continue reading Walking for Brain Injury Awareness
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.
Michele Pettis—I want to go to New Zealand. Bad. I've wanted to go there since I learned that those awesome mountains and fields featured in The Lord of the Rings were not computer generated. I've watched every Travel Channel show on New Zealand. I've bought half a shelf's worth of New Zealand travel books. I've hung … Continue reading Scholar’s Day – Dream Travels
Michele Pettis—For her Honors project Madeleine Bryant decided she wanted to write a novel. And she did. As a want-to-be writer I'm totally in awe of this. Madeleine presented her book, Nation Nine, on Scholar's Day. She explained her inspiration for writing. She had done some doodles in her notebook and they seemed to grow personalities. … Continue reading Scholar’s Day – Do It Yourself
Michele Pettis—Ever wonder where zombies come from? It turns out the answer is Haiti. Kent Lester made his Honors presentation on the topic of zombies. It was clear that he had a passion for the subject, but thankfully not for eating brains. Haha But seriously. The idea of American zombies has come from the Haitian … Continue reading Scholar’s Day – Zombies