by Allyson Osborne: When a College at Brockport student is plagued by the flu, a persistent cold or any other worrisome medical issue, the Hazen Center for Integrated Care is often their first stop. But what about when students need mental health treatment? Well, Hazen has services for that too. The Counseling Center at Hazen... Continue Reading →
By Brandon Feehan: The answer to the opioid epidemic in Monroe County could be the use of another illicit drug. Tax revenue from recreational marijuana could be used to combat opioids and help educators keep children drug free. Opioids such as codeine, fentanyl, tramadol and oxycodone are typically prescribed for pain management. This is the... Continue Reading →
by Lou Venditti: There is something incredibly special about a college graduation ceremony. For students, families and faculty alike, commencements mark the finish line that all students are working to cross. The College at Brockport tapped John Faso ‘74 to be the commencement speaker for the undergraduate ceremony on May 12. Faso is in his... Continue Reading →
by Christopher Suarez: On April 19, Brockport Student Government held their annual spring concert in the SERC with featured performer Lil Yachty. He treated attendees to a concert full of fun, excitement and good times. The “Minnesota” rapper brought water fights, mosh pits and an epic night of music for Brockport students. The concert let... Continue Reading →
by Matt Clark: After an extended election season, Josh Mathews, Zachary Kornberg and Aaron Snyder are the official BSG presidential candidates. Matthews originally dropped out of the race because his running mate, Alena Piska, had dropped out. After all the other presidential candidates dropped out, BSG created an extended campaign season to find new candidates.... Continue Reading →
by Allyson Osborne: Working while you’re in school can be a difficult task to maintain. Finding the balance between school life and work life can be challenging, especially if you have to commute to work. Fortunately, if you’re able to find a job on campus, it all becomes a little easier to manage. The College... Continue Reading →
by Austin Woodland and Frank Whyte: Stay on the Beat hosts Austin and Frank take on hot topics in the world for the last time in the final episode. Featuring a special guest.
By Cheyanne Sydney: Cheyanne Sydney asked SUNY College at Brockport students our the upcoming Lil' Yachty concert. Are students excited or disappointed about the "Minnesota" rapper's visit to campus? Click the link above to find out.
by Austin Woodland and Frank Whyte: Hosts Austin and Frank take on world topics in the latest episode of Stay on the Beat.
by Darell Roberson Brockport Beat staff As a commuter student, I have rarely found myself exploring the night life in the Village of Brockport on the weekends. The City of Rochester is where I choose to hang out, eat and drink with some of my closest friends and family. Many of the bars on East... Continue Reading →