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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...

Kacey Musgraves Preforming

Deeper Well Review: A Return to Tranquility

Tim Pratt, Staff Writer April 3, 2024

The wait is over and the album teased at the Grammy awards, “Deeper Well” has finally arrived. Kasey Musgraves’ Saturn has returned, and with it, a revival of her country-folk roots.  Swapping the...

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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,...

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Eternal Sunshine: Eternally Ari

Tim Pratt, Staff Writer March 18, 2024

Ariana is back and mother has delivered. This is all I have been listening to for the past 36 hours. Coming off her recent divorce, Ariana Grande returns to the charts with her seventh studio album, “Eternal...

Dune 2 preview photo.

Dune Part Two

Tim Pratt, Staff Writer March 18, 2024

In a season of blockbuster films, “Dune Part Two” stands alone.  It is a pure spectacle, and every minute reinforces that radiant fantasy feel that the first one captured. There is so much power behind...

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Gov. Hochul announces $10 million in funding for SUNY Brockport 

Cambrie Eckert, News Editor March 5, 2024
By Cambrie Eckert / News Editor Gov. Kathy Hochul announced on Tuesday, Feb. 20, at the Monroe Community College (MCC) campus that SUNY Brockport will receive $10 million in funding, along with tens of millions of funds for other New York public higher education institutions. 
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SUNY Brockport could have its first inclusive Indigenous club

Cambrie Eckert, News Editor February 23, 2024
By Cambrie Eckert / News Editor Cherelle Garner, SUNY Brockport assistant professor of military science, is looking for students that would be interested in starting up Brockport’s first ever American Indian Student Association (AISA). If created, this club would be inclusive to all American Indigenous students.
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Relax and rejuvenate: free massage Thursdays

Joseph Keyser, Staff Writer February 16, 2024

SUNY Brockport students looking for a little rest and relaxation this week can get free massages this upcoming Thursday, Feb. 22, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in McFarlane Hall.  Residence Life...

10 Rom Coms to watch this Valentines Day 

10 Rom Coms to watch this Valentines Day 

Tim Pratt, Staff Writer February 14, 2024

Valentine's Day can be an exciting or dreadful day. Whatever your plans might be, why not settle in, grab some comfort food and watch a movie? With so many to choose from, we have you covered...

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Celebrating Valentine’s Day on campus: events you can’t miss! 

Jason Manuse, Staff Writer February 14, 2024

Get ready for an unforgettable Valentine's Day on campus, as a flurry of events and celebrations promise to fill the day with love and excitement for students. From themed educational events to book...

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“Saltburn” —- a visually alluring class commentary

Timothy Pratt, Staff Writer February 13, 2024

One of the most thrilling and sensational films of the year, Emerald Fennell transports the viewer back to the year 2006 for her latest film, “Saltburn.” This film has come under heavy fire for...

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“Poor Things” —– unhinged in all nature 

Timothy Pratt, Staff Writer February 13, 2024

In a year of shocking and explicit films, “Poor Things” stands out above the rest. A stylized, unhinged coming of age film, director Yorgos Lanthimos takes viewers for a wild ride. Based on the...

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