• Brockport receives Gates to Recovery location

    Local communities have been facing an opioid epidemic for many years now. While rates have decreased recently in Monroe county, fighting the death toll caused by opioids is still an uphill battle.  Many do their best to try and help the community in every way they can, but providing education on opioid addiction can be difficult. That's where Gates to Recovery comes in.

  • Brockport releases annual Clery Act report

    The College at Brockport released its annual Safety Report on Friday, Sept. 28. Students, faculty and staff attending the college received notification of the report as required by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, commonly referred to as the Clery Act. The email, sent by the administrative assistant to the Vice President, Chaley Swift, maintained links not only to the report, but also to information regarding campus safety. Information pertaining to the campus fire safety report was also presented in the mass email.

  • West Nile disease reaches Monroe County

    The West Nile Virus (WNV), known to be spread mainly by mosquito bites, reached Monroe County in August of this year. Most prevalent during the mosquito season, late summer to early fall, WNV has had an established presence in the South, due to its warmer climate and has not been as large of an issue in the Northern regions of the United States. Despite this, the mosquito population continues to remain a threat, even as the colder months quickly approach.

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  • Five games, four SUNYACs, zero losses

    They did it again... The Golden Eagles completed a second consecutive weekend sweep in the SUNYACs. At the top of the conference leaderboard with no signs of slowing down, The College at Brockport men's soccer team increased its SUNYAC record to 4—0 following away wins at Fredonia and Buffalo State. 

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  • Teddy Perkins' Emmy mystery

    Teddy Perkins (above, right) pictured with Donald Glover (above, left) cause confusion at the Emmys. Glover played Perkins in the FX original series "Atlanta."