As my final Thanksgiving break at Brockport appears, I reflect back on how thankful I am for Brockport.
One thing I can guarantee is that you'll leave freshman year with a new friend or two and you'll be bummed you have to leave them all summer.
Why you should stop watching Netflix and take advantage of your Scholars Day!
Brockport isn't just a party school. There are hundreds of things to do on and off campus on the weekends. I promise you'll find something you love here!
Good luck to everyone on their spring semester. Stick to your goals and power through!
Alexis Marchitte—College is said to be the most fun, life-changing years of your life but unfortunately that doesn't mean ignoring all your responsibilities. Although it does depend on your major, my major (Athletic Training) seems like there is much less time for fun compared to other students in other majors. Which is why setting goals … Continue reading How to Stay 3 Steps Ahead this Semester
Whether you're an upperclassman or a freshman, here is what you should be doing to prepare for college!
Alexis Marchitte—Every semester is a different story when it comes to classes and your workload. My freshman year consisted of just general education classes, which to be honest felt like another year of high school. I was taking a wide range of science, history and art classes and the workload was very similar to high … Continue reading Managing your workload
Alexis Marchitte—One of the best things about college is that every semester you basically get a redo. I remember being in high school and thinking "Wow, once I move to college I can completely change who I am and start all over". Now I don't mean change into somebody you aren't meant to be. I … Continue reading New Semester, New You
Alex Bill—As a graduating senior from high school, there is the inevitable wonder and curiosity about the transition to college life. I'm here to give you the low-down on college life and the infamous Freshman Year! 1. Freshman 15... This is one of those myths that if you really aren't careful, it will creep in … Continue reading Freshman Year: Mystical Myths and Hard Truths