COVID Causes College Clubs to Close

By Shay Gauthier Brockport Beat Editorial Board With classes canceled, events postponed and The College at Brockport inaccessible to students, club leaders are left with one question: now what? With the majority of the college shut down, several Brockport club leaders find themselves in a jumbled mess. They are constantly wondering how to keep their... Continue Reading →

Can You Hear Me Now?

By Sarah Killip Brockport Beat Promotions Manager A personality, a drive, a voice. Since her freshman year at The College at Brockport, Bri Milon knew majoring in journalism and broadcasting was meant for her. Radio being her end-all goal, Milon continues to explore opportunities within the field; she currently works as a news producer for... Continue Reading →

Optional Fee Stands Out On Student Bills

By Ricky Wolf Brockport Beat Staff Writer When students pay their student bill, they are likely to notice a list of fees. SUNY Brockport students may be confused when they see one fee in particular.           The “Gift to Brockport” fee appears on each bill as a $30 charge. It does not appear separate from... Continue Reading →

To Enroll or Not to Enroll

By Paul Elliott Brockport Beat Instagram Manager The enrollment of a college is bound to go through ups and downs. Over a five year span, The College At Brockport saw these effects. Between the years of 2015 and 2019 enrollment dropped from 8,161 students to 7,924. Meaning over the course of these five years the... Continue Reading →

College Sports and the Equity Divide

By Nick Agostinelli Brockport Beat Facebook Manager To be fair and impartial. That is what equity is supposed to stand for. Equal standing for everyone. Although, there are many who believe this to be true in the present day, there are still serious problems that are preventing this from becoming a reality. The heart of... Continue Reading →

College Student Media Pushing Through Pandemic

By Kenya Petty Brockport Beat Instagram Manager COVID-19 is the virus that led to unexpected changes in America. College students were forced to continue classes online, miss graduation, and leave their extracurricular positions on campus. WBSU 89.1 The Point, The Stylus, and Talon Television are SUNY Brockport’s student-run media outlets on campus that were greatly... Continue Reading →

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