By: Amir Rogers The Brockport Golden Eagles men's and women's track and field programs are looking to come back stronger than ever for the 2017 outdoor season. Last year, the men's team finished fourth in the State University of New York Athletic Conference. The women's team came in a close second and are looking for... Continue Reading →
Paid for by your student services fee By: Vanessa Ryland-Buntley On any given day a student can walk through the Seymour College Union at The College at Brockport and see multiple tables offering various forms of information on different clubs - and possibly something to hand out. Periodically throughout the year there are signs for... Continue Reading →
By: Breonnah Colon & Justin Sullivan As March wraps up, The College at Brockport will conclude its month long “Be the Revolution” event series. The series aimed to educate students on the growing leadership gap between men and women in the country and was sponsored by the American Association of University Women. The idea for... Continue Reading →
ECHO, Brockport's version of RIT's PawPrints will give students a chance to submit their ideas electronically to BSG.
Elisha Madison and Joshua Matthews will be BSG's next president and vice president combo after running for the office uncontested. Normal election processes will still take place as the two still need to collect a single vote on election day to secure the office.
With college tuition increasing every year and the number of students attending college decreasing each year, San Francisco becomes first city in the United States to offer free college tuition.
Although Brockport lost in the semifinals for the third year in-a-row, the Golden Eagles still strung together an impressive 2016-17 campaign.
With this week's SUNYAC men's basketball tournament underway, editor-in-chief Nicholas Newcomb takes a look at some of the story lines in this year's playoffs.
The College at Brockport's final home meet of the season served as not only Senior Day but a fundraiser for the Golisano Children's Hospital Sunday, Feb. 19.