• Residence hall undergoing asbestos clean up

    Construction toward safe-proofing Bramley Hall's ground structure of asbestos began during the early summer months of this year and currently remains ongoing. 

  • Policy changes to TAP cause delays

    When the time came to register for Spring semester classes, many students at The College at Brockport discovered their accounts had been frozen. This was due to a policy change that would permit undocumented students to apply for TAP next semester.

  • Market Street revitalization project to be finalized

    Market Street in Brockport, New York, will be getting an upgrade. A village meeting was held Wednesday, Nov. 20, to discuss the streetscape plan. 

  • Local businesses participate in nationwide event

    After the infamous Black Friday shopping experience wherein shoppers in 2019 spent $7.4 billion online, according to CNBC, local businesses in villages across the nation opened its doors to its own deals for Small Business Saturday. 

  • Brockport's counseling department partners with Oak Orchard Health

    For most college students, there are limited opportunities to work in the field they are pursuing while still taking classes. The College at Brockport mental health counseling department has recently finished up the final details of a partnership with the Oak Orchard Child and Adolescent Mental Health Clinic. The partnership will see Brockport students working to provide mental health counseling for Oak Orchard patients.

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  • Head to head: Steelers, Browns continue rivalry silently

    Football is a violent sport by nature. On every play, people are tackled and injuries are more likely to occur than in almost any other sport. Occasionally, two players or teams will fight because the physicality gets to be a little too extreme. When a fight broke out between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns on Thursday, Nov. 14, the physicality almost reached a legal level and started a rivalry that has continued off the field.

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