By Adam Simmons The Village of Brockport introduced a new restaurant on Dec. 6, 2017, called Taste of Soul. Taste of Soul is a small but family-oriented restaurant specializing in southern fried chicken, buffalo wings, ribs, fish and other popular southern dishes. Timothy Lee, owner of the new establishment, has always carried a love for... Continue Reading →
By Brandon Costolnick When the clock strikes midnight on December 31, people all around the country rejoice and embrace as they celebrate the coming of a new year. For many, there are high hopes that this year will be better than the last and that they will grow and change for the better. New Year’s... Continue Reading →
By Vanessa Ryland-Buntley “Wonder of the World” by David Lindsay-Abaire was brought to the stage at The College at Brockport’s Mainstage in the Tower Fine Art’s building the last two weekends in April 2017. The play which was directed by Ruth Childs, Associate Professor at The College at Brockport, was a comedy brought to life... Continue Reading →
There is a tragedy taking place within the world and it is not getting very much media coverage, therefore many people are unaware of it. There is a genocide taking place in the Republic of the Union of Myanmar.
Over the past few months, Ithaca College has been home to tense negotiations as Ithaca’s contingent faculty has battled for better benefits. Two contingent faculty unions have come together to ask for better pay and better benefits.
Ever wonder where your classmates will end up in few years? Well, Robert Mladinich never thought his classmate would end up a serial killer. Read more to find out about the Brockport serial and what he did.
*trigger warning* This story contains explicit content some viewers may not be comfortable with. April is sexual assault awareness month, in honor of this month three students from The College at Brockport organized a Slut Walk in Rochester.
By Siomara Germain Trying something different is sometimes scary because one does not know what to expect. They never know whether they will get a great or bad experience from trying those things. For Shane Thomas, a senior at The College at Brockport, trying something new was scary but in the end it was all... Continue Reading →
Governor Cuomo is the first to implement free tuition for public colleges and universities. By 2019 the program should reach it's ultimate goal of offering free tuition to families who make up to $125,000 a year.
By: Ben Hoy *Editor's note: This article is meant for comedic purposes only and does not reflect the official views of the Brockport Beat.* Ever since the 1990’s brought us the wonders of the Internet, print newspapers are being slowly replaced by online news sites. This is because online news is more current, accessible, relevant,... Continue Reading →