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Cross Country For The Musical Soul

So “summeritis” has officially set in and I’m nostalgic (If you couldn’t tell by the featured image being what my dorm looked like in August). I thought a lot during this run about how excited I am to get off the track and to bump up mileage for cross country. 256 more words

Cross Country

I chose Brockport because of my scholarship, but I stayed because of the opportunities.

Lynn Carson—There were actually a lot of reasons I considered Brockport when I was applying to schools. It was far from home, and I was looking for a change, which I most certainly got. 287 more words

Campus Life

I chose Brockport because of its size, but I stayed because of the people.

Missy Fischer—When I was a senior in high school, there were a lot of things I considered when I was choosing which school I wanted to attend for college. 220 more words

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Scholars Day 2015

I have to say, that this was my first time ever attending scholars day. I actually found it quite enjoyable and found myself wanting to know more about the lecture that I went to. 292 more words

Deafness is not a disability

On wednesday, April 8th, Jill Stewardson, a senior honors student at the college of Brockport gave a presentation on the concept of what it really means to be disabled. 432 more words

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SUNY Brockport's Puppet's Surprise Scholar's Day

Fourteen students took the stage at the College at Brockport to perform their original take on some plays with handmade puppets. They preformed a series of plays that they took their own creative approach on. 161 more words

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Brockport Scholars Day: Artist Leaves His Mark on Students

Mural artist Daniel Hopkins made a journey back to his alma matter SUNY Brockport, to create three large-scale murals around campus, and on Scholars Day 2015, the students who were selected to help paint these murals spoke about their experiences. 417 more words

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