Panos Argitis

Panagiotis Argitis

Time at The Stylus: Two years
Major: Journalism and Broadcasting
Interests: Automotive Culture, sports, and adventure
Personal Quote: "A ship in the harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for"
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  • "Spilled Milk 1" Bas

    New York native and Dreamville-bred rapper Bas seems to carry a knack for releasing art on his own schedule, separating himself from those around him. In familiar tradition, Bas' latest release, "Spilled Milk 1" comes in the form of an EP and delivers four tracks of smooth, delicate rap for any audience. 

  • 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. 

  • SUNY, CUNY to waive app fees for veterans and spouses

    On Sunday, Nov. 10, New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced the wavering of SUNY and CUNY college application fees for veterans and their spouses. While the notice was recently served by Cuomo, SUNY and CUNY's Board of Trustees will carry out the change in the days to come.  

  • Inclusive housing available to Brockport residents

    Officially open to residents and tenants since October 2017, Frances Apartments, a 56-unit complex located at 1 Lifetime Way, is one of the very few tenements within the Town of Sweden to offer housing for individuals with developmental disabilities. 

  • Forum aims to acknowledge disability marginalization

    Though sometimes difficult to grasp, daily life impacts on how people perceive their surroundings and the ways in which they communicate with others. Within the core of understanding society and its ticking gears, it is important to promote a more accessible environment for everyone to coexist in. 

  • Brockport lift bridge to close for construction in 2022

    As part of a $15 million rehabilitation project, the Erie Canal lift bridges of Brockport's and Albion's villages will undergo year-long reconstructions during the summer of 2022 in a mission to maintain and preserve its infrastructures. 

  • Pearl: Secrets of the Sea headlines Rochester Fringe Festival

    While the festivities of October are yet to be upon us, Rochester's annual Fringe Festival brought the spirit of the fall month to life with multicultural arts performances for all surrounding communities. This year's iteration boasted the most number of shows and is responsible for maintaining its name as one of the grand galas of Rochester, NY. 

  • Brockport to welcome Canandaigua National Bank in 2020

    Following the authorization of a commercial building permit back in May 2018, the construction of Canandaigua National Bank and Trust's (CNB) newest branch location in the Village of Brockport is currently underway. With plans of a grand opening in the early months of Spring 2020, Brockport will be the home of the company's 25th community branch office, located at the intersection of Routes 19 and 31 in the Wegmans plaza.

  • Women's lacrosse enters postseason with high hopes

    Amidst the end of a monumental regular season, this past weekend The College at Brockport women's lacrosse team offered fans a nail-biting thriller that lasted until the very last second of the matchup. Against its luck, Brockport's regular season closer began its first losing streak and scrapped its ticket to an automatic place in the SUNYAC tournament semis. 

  • Women's lacrosse breakout sensation, Allison Jennings

    When it comes to the challenge of progressing to a new level of competition or joining a new team, one thing is certain: there is great difficulty in the process, especially for freshman athletes. However, Brockport women's lacrosse freshman attacker Allison Jennings, isn't your typical first-year recruit. 

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