Opinion: Faso has no place in Brockport

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 →

Commuter Life: Comedy at the Carlson

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 →

Stay on the Beat – Episode 3

by Austin Woodland and Frank Whyte Stay on the Beat is back with new hosts Austin and Frank. They discuss the upcoming Lil' Yachty concert, why Atlanta is must watch television and new Netflix shows/movies to keep an eye on. Woodland and Whyte tell you why this summer is going to be the summer for... Continue Reading →

10 Uses for your Stylus Newspaper

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 →

Farewell Romo?

Tony Romo's abrupt retirement shocked many football fans. Was it the right choice? Amir Rogers discusses the pros and cons of Romo's farewell.

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