LATEST NEWS


  • Future teachers to receive degree in education

    The College at Brockport was founded in 1835 and was primarily used to train future teachers. While the college has widely expanded in the last 184 years, the education department is expecting a few more changes in the near future. 

  • Policy changes to TAP cause delays

    When the time came to register for Spring semester classes, many students at The College at Brockport discovered their accounts had been frozen. This was due to a policy change that would permit undocumented students to apply for TAP next semester.

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LIFE STYLES


  • 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.

  • Students discuss mental health and accessing services

    The Office of Community Development held its latest installment of Deliberate Dialogues on Thursday, Nov. 21 in the Seymour College Union. This discussion focused on "Mental Health in America" and gave three options for addressing the rising issue. 

  • 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.

SPORTS


  • Head to head: Steelers, Browns continue rivalry silently

    Football is a violent sport by nature. On every play, people are tackled and injuries are more likely to occur than in almost any other sport. Occasionally, two players or teams will fight because the physicality gets to be a little too extreme. When a fight broke out between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns on Thursday, Nov. 14, the physicality almost reached a legal level and started a rivalry that has continued off the field.

  • Profile: Sean Kuehn overcomes injury to lead cross country program

    As a runner, it takes a lot of mental strength and will power to be able to surge through a race. To endure the physical and mental pain that comes along with the sport, you must have a certain love and passion for running to put yourself through that experience on a regular basis. Senior cross country captain Sean Kuehn fell in love with the sport in 7th grade.

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