Margaret Stewart

Margaret Stewart
Managing Editor

Time at The Stylus: One Year
Major: English Literature and Journalism and Broadcasting
Interests: Writing, adventuring, and board games
Personal Quote: "Though she be but little, she is fierce."


                                                                         Articles by Margaret Stewart:  

  • Village of Brockport to rebrand its image

    Similar to how people change over time, places evolve as well and currently the Village of Brockport is in the middle of a change. Brockport Mayor Margaret Blackman says the village is working to rebrand itself from being the "Victorian Village on the Erie Canal."    

  • Bigger than the individual: a nation not a tribe

    November is traditionally Native American Heritage month and as such, Gender Equity Movement club hosted the Executive Director of the Native American Cultural Center, Ronnie Pollack, on Thursday, Nov. 7 to discuss her Native American ancestry. 

  • BSG looks to the stars in collaborative event

    The Brockport Student Government (BSG) gave students the opportunity to combine science and Pinterest in its two-part event on Friday, Nov. 8. Students first gathered at The Brockport College Planetarium at 7 p.m. for the first of two showings of the night where they learned more about astronomy. 

  • Open call: Geva Theatre Center discusses outreach

     Rochester's own Geva Theatre is defying the national trend that is seeing the decline in local theater subscription. While most other theaters are seeing a lack of subscribers, Geva continues to see a steady amount of people regularly subscribing and attending performances. 

  • The Stylus' favorite fall pastimes

    The weekend of October 26 saw the annual Wizarding Festival take the streets of Ithaca, New York. 

  • University Police looking to introduce K-9 unit

    The University Police (UP) at The College at Brockport is hoping to expand its unit by one. The new officer would be a K-9 unit specially trained to locate firearms and explosives. Officer Laura Thompson said the K-9 will be a useful member and tool on the force.

  • Move to make the Diversity Conference more accessible

    The 19th annual Diversity Conference hosted on the campus at The College at Brockport boasts of drawing a wide audience from around the Greater Rochester Area. However, there are many students attending college who miss out on this experience. 

  • Theater department takes on "Stupid F------ Bird"

    In a world full of endless news cycles and electronic entertainment, sometimes it is best to go back to the basics. It is not often a form of entertainment makes you sit down, think and reflect, but that is exactly what the play "Stupid F------ Bird" does.

  • Tunnel 2 Towers honors fallen 9/11 firefighters

    The Tunnel 2 Towers 5K is an annual nationwide event honoring the memory of the 343 firefighters who lost their lives on September 11, 2001. 

  • Homecoming: an all inclusive weekend

    Every fall students settle back into the routine of school and are officially welcomed onto campus over Homecoming Weekend. The College at Brockport's students, faculty and alumni celebrated homecoming this past weekend from Thursday, Sept. 26 through Saturday, Sept. 28 with a variety of activities. 

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