• Men's soccer finds its rhythm

    While the regular season has only just begun and no movement has been made up the SUNYAC ladder, The College at Brockport men's soccer team has not let the foot off the gas as it looks to continue its stellar start to this campaign following a streak of three wins. 

  • Volleyball struggles through first two tournaments

    For a program that is accustomed to winning at an impressive rate, The College at Brockport volleyball team is facing a new challenge. Only a few players remain from the program's last SUNYAC championship team in 2017.

  • ASU host inaugural foam themed party

    Guests at ASU's Foam Party participated in various activities including a dunk tank, inflatables and of course the foam that took over the crowd.

  • Women's soccer sweeps week to even out record

    When the 2018 campaign came to a close, speculations over what the future held for The College at Brockport women's soccer team were of doubt and hopelessness, as it recorded the program's worst season since 2007. Despite negative morale from outsiders, the team's most recent streak of two victories hint toward a year of revamping and high spirits.  

  • Grammy-nominated musician performs at Brockport

    Grammy-nominated musician Jimmie Highsmith Jr. performed alongside keyboardist Larry Singleton (left), bassist Jerome Bell and drummer Tony Hiler for the Brockport community on Friday, Sept. 6 at 7:30 p.m.

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  • Men's soccer finds its rhythm

    While the regular season has only just begun and no movement has been made up the SUNYAC ladder, The College at Brockport men's soccer team has not let the foot off the gas as it looks to continue its stellar start to this campaign following a streak of three wins. 

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  • $3.6 billion allocated to border wall fund

    President Trumphas finally found traction needed to accomplish one of his biggest campaign promises — building the wall. From early on, Trump has been very loud about his plans to build a wall between Mexico and the United States. As the Trump administration celebrates this win, people are wondering where the billions of dollars needed to fund the construction of the border wall will come from. The answer is bleak.