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Lark Pernette and Juan Morales at Lavender Graduation (Photo Credit Christopher Lewis)

Lavender Graduation – The importance of representation

Christopher Lewis, Staff Writer May 1, 2024

On April 26, 2024, SUNY Brockport held its fifth annual Lavender Graduation. The Lavender Graduation recognizes the SUNY Brockport LGBTQIA+ graduates and alumni for their many accomplishments and achievements...

Male performer in the SANKOFA performance (Photo Credit Christopher Lewis)

SANKOFA: The power of music and ance

Christopher Lewis, Staff Writer May 1, 2024

Throughout the year, Brockport has showcased many different forms of music and dance surrounding many different cultures. From April 25 to April 28, Brockport showcased the SANKOFA performance in the Hartwell...

Kepler, in the role of Starkeeper Dipper, uses a visual schedule to prepare the audience for their Starshine! Adventure.

Van-tastic theatre rolls over barriers

Rachel Ekstrom, Contributor April 10, 2024

Kepler is the Mobile Theatre Coordinator at the Omaha Community Playhouse. This theatre provides an immersive theatrical experience for children with various accessibility needs that would not otherwise...

Photo credit: Eric Merrill via Flickr Creative Commons

Brockport’s five seconds of fame

Christopher Lewis, Staff Writer April 4, 2024

On April 8, 2024, those in the line of totality will be able to view the once-in-a-lifetime event, a total solar eclipse. As anticipation builds and preparations are made, it is important to see what the...

A student helping out at the HPPE event.

Spring Break Survival Guide: Tips for a Safe and Fun Vacation

Christopher Lewis, Staff Writer March 18, 2024

Spring break can be a very exciting time for many college students. From beaches to parties to fun in the sun, students have free range to do whatever they want for the next week. But amidst the excitement,...

Canvases for students to paint anything that wanted (Photo Credit: Christopher Lewis)

What is OSAD?

Christopher Lewis, Staff Writer February 18, 2024
By Christopher Lewis / Staff Writer Throughout the year, the Organization for Students of African Descent (OSAD) hosts numerous events for students at SUNY Brockport to attend...
Dave Chisholm playing the trumpet (Photo Credit: Christopher Lewis)

Writers Forum – A passion for art

Christopher Lewis, Staff Writer February 18, 2024

During Valentine's week, author and musician Dave Chisholm came to visit the SUNY Brockport campus. During his visit, Chisholm showcased his recently published graphic novel “Miles Davis and the...

Dr. Barbara LeSavoy [left] with former Woman & Gender Studies student Chelsey Franz [right] and her daughter Stella at a protest for abortion rights. Photo Credit: Dr. Barbara LeSavoy

Professor Spotlight: Dr. Barbara LeSavoy 

Paige Kingsley , Staff Writer December 7, 2023

Dr. Barbara LeSavoy is an accomplished academic whose studies and teachings have crossed international borders, but her home base is the Department of Women & Gender Studies at SUNY Brockport...

Mrs. Kasha Davis | Photo credit: Michala Schram

RuPaul’s Drag Race star, Mrs. Kasha Davis, delights Brockport campus with more than just drag 

November 27, 2023

By Michala Schram Mrs. Kasha Davis told her story to the Brockport campus on November 2 and 3 in her performance of, “There’s Always Time for a Cocktail.” She illustrated the ups and downs in...

Madeline McCrosson             Photo credit: Katie Wilson

No (Mc)Crosson 

Lainey Porter, Features Editor November 3, 2023

A freshman season with little playing time to a powerhouse on the field sophomore year— Madeline McCrosson is letting everyone know she is here and ready to get the job done.  McCrosson...

A selection of titles that have been banned or put on hold by different school districts across the country based on their content.
Photo credit: Paige Kingsley

Book bans loom over the future of education 

Paige Kingsley, Staff Writer  October 22, 2023

The subject of book bans has become more and more relevant across the country in the past year. Disagreements about what is and isn’t appropriate for elementary- to high school-aged children are...

Khristian Moffett dancing Photo Credit

Those Twins Saved My Life 

Antonina Tortorello, Staff Writer October 5, 2023

When Khristian Moffett was 14 years old, she had this strange thing happen to her.  She woke up one day and realized she couldn’t hear, especially out of her left ear. When she looked in...

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