Brianna Bush

Brianna Bush
Executive Editor

Time at The Stylus: One Year
Major: Journalism and Broadcasting
Interests: Reading, writing, photography, baking, and sports
Personal Quote: "I used to think I was indecisive, but now, I'm not too sure."

 

                                                                         Articles by Brianna Bush:  


  • Sexy Bingo creates safe space for students to express themselves

    The College at Brockport prides itself for its inclusivity and it shows with many of the events held by a variety of organizations on campus. The Brockport Pride Association, especially, incorporates diversity to the events it holds, and in its latest event Sexy Bingo is no different.

  • Invasive ash borer beetles wreak havoc on tree population

    In Southeastern parts of Michigan in 2002, bright green insects were found scavenging ash trees in the area. This Asia native bug, the emerald ash borer beetle (EAB), is somewhat harmless as an adult — feeding on the leaves and the tree's exterior — it's the larvae that cause concern for ash trees.

  • Number of koalas dwindle as fires consume habitat

    Since the beginning of November brush fires have been devouring the east coast of Australia killing and/or maiming the animals that call the area home. Australia is famous for having annual fires that wreak havoc on the surrounding shrubs, and this recent fire is only the start to the season.

  • University of Buffalo takes first place in dance battle

    Throughout the Seymour College Union, rhythmic steps and claps could be heard as the Organization of Students of African Decent (OSAD) held its second annual Battle of the Schools. This years theme was Lost in the Jungle, and each team was to create a dance routine based on it.

  • "AHS 1984" FX

    I have loved "American Horror Story" (AHS) since its first season, "Murder House." The seasons following only seemed to get better and better with the exception of "Asylum" — which had a plot that was all over the place — but now "AHS 1984" has disappointed me to no extent.

  • College newspaper compromises its editorial amid student backlash

    Causing a heated debate across the journalism community, The Daily Northwestern — Northwestern University's student newspaper (Medill School) — published an apologetic editorial for covering multiple protests on campus.

  • Keystone Oil spill ignites new environmental conversations

    Across the world, oil spills are causing irreversible damage to the environments in which pipelines, drills and riggs have been constructed. These damages are not only harming the flora and the fawna, but the entire ecosystems that are inhabited by humans and animals alike.

  • "Carnival Fashion Show" bridges cultural divide

    Showcasing Caribbean culture and showing The College at Brockport there is more than meets the eye, the Caribbean Student Association (CSA) held its annual "Carnival Fashion Show" titled Treasures of the Caribbean: Welcome to Spice Island. The show featured music from DJ Morefiyahdread, DJ Blacks and a live saxophone performance from James Fuentes, as well as dance performances from the CSAs dance team, Devine Dancas.

  • Mysterious beaching of marine animals raises questions

    Imagine this — you are walking on the sand after a long car ride and the first thing you see are groups of whales and/or dolphins marooned on the beach crying out for help. People are running around trying to get the gentle creatures back to the water only to have them swim for the shore again. A question to ask now — why is this happening? 

  • Karbala, Iraq demonstrations lead to more than 18 deaths

    Around the world, these demonstrations have been met by their respective governments or armies and violently forced to stop. On Tuesday, Oct. 29, in Bagdad, Iraq masked gunmen opened fire on protestors, killing up to 18 and injuring hundreds.

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