• "Free Spirit" Khalid

    "Free Spirit" is Khalid's third album, and his popularity just won't slow down. His debut album "American Teen" was released in 2017 and people became infatuated by his unique voice and perfectly crafted lyrics. The content of his songs doesn't differentiate too much from one another, being that the majority are concentrated on love.

  • Community Development facilitates open-minded discussion

    Talking about controversial topics can quickly get heated, especially when discussing things like politics or abortion. Typically, if the conversation turns into an argument, the two people are likely not to see the other person's point. The National Week of Conversation is aimed at bridging the gap that divides us all.

  • "Gloria" The Lumineers

    Back with a slightly moderated sound, The Lumineers released the first single off its upcoming third studio album, "III." The song, "Gloria," delivers a band-classic guitar-driven sound, but moves away from The Lumineers' unique style. Instead, the song resembles almost any other indie folk song you can find and feels like an attempt at making a radio hit, leaving fans of the band scratching their heads.

  • Marketing club showcases Brockport students' talents

    Marketing Club is holding one of The College at Brockport's first ever student run talent shows. Club President Tom Kikkert said the club plans to build upon its slogan "establish your brand" by marketing the anticipated talents in order to promote the club.

  • Cultural self-care event eases students into finals week

    Loud upbeat music and various aromas greeted students as they entered the Seymour College Union West Ballroom. On Sunday, April 14 from 4 to 6 p.m., The College at Brockport's culture clubs banded together to create "Self-Care Sunday" located in the union.

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  • "Smallville" actress pleads guilty to sex cult charges

    It is always a shock to us when we hear a woman has been involved in a heinous crime. As a society, we treat women as fragile and innocent, unable to break the law; women are often seen as the victim. That is why it was such a shock to hear that Allison Mack, an actress best known for her role as Chloe Sullivan in "Smallville," played a large part in coercing women into joining so-called "sex slave cult," NXIVM.