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    The constant rebranding of Brockport

    Students upset over loss of unique college culture

    0:00 AM April 15, 2014

    The College at Brockport has been trying to rebrand itself for a few years now. It all started when Brock-the-Port, a day for students to celebrate the hard work they completed throughout the semester, was changed forever.

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    Smith Says: Unnecessary fees leave Brockport students in bigger debt

    0:00 AM April 15, 2014

    This past week was Customer Appreciation Week at all the dining areas across the College at Brockport campus. We were all greeted with huge banners at Brockway and Harrison Dining Halls and complementary brownies at areas like Jitterbugs and Hartwell Café.

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    - Letter to the Editor -

    0:00 AM April 15, 2014

    I noted your editorial in the April 9 edition of The Stylus, entitled “The misplacement of student fees.” I would like to take the opportunity to clarify what seems to confusion regarding our construction budget and the ways in which New York State allows us to use these funds.

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    Graduates pressured to make big decisions

    0:00 AM April 15, 2014

    The spring semester is tough on all college students. Most are eager just to get to summer break, graduate and move on to what they consider to be bigger and better things. However, spring semester is also a time of making big decisions.

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    Employee leaves tardy boss angry note

    0:00 AM April 15, 2014

    Most of us have had jobs that practically sucked the life out of us with a boss who didn’t make it any easier. You would daydream about the day you would finally throw in the towel after giving your boss a piece of your mind. For money’s sake, though, you’d tough it out until you found a job that better suited you.

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    The Chief Speaks: Male perception of rape culture important

    0:00 AM April 15, 2014

    How does college and universities raising awareness over sexual assault affect college men? It’s not something that comes up when you think about the mandatory workshops and sessions colleges put on throughout orientation or during the academic year.

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    Homeless mother charged with child abuse

    0:00 AM April 15, 2014

    A mother in Scottsdale, Ariz. was arrested for leaving her two children in her hot car while she went to a job interview, according to KPHO.

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    Local prostitute shaming deemed biased

    0:00 AM April 15, 2014

    Prostitution. It’s illegal throughout most of the U.S., but it is still practiced everywhere. Recently, in an effort to reduce the amount of prostitution in the local area, Monroe and Wayne County Sheriffs have begun doing something called prostitute shaming.

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    University rejects students' efforts to modify arch

    0:00 AM April 15, 2014

    Equality. It means everyone has the same worth. In this day and age where everyone is “considered equal,” administrations who make up some of the world’s leading universities should let their actions speak louder than their words and prove the Declaration of Independence is right. 

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    Cuban Twitter invades privacy of thousands of citizens

    0:00 AM April 15, 2014

    It’s the understatement of the century to say the Millennial Generation is technologically savvy. Our childhood and teenage years were spent watching Windows operating systems and various video game consoles evolve. We were around for the birth of Facebook and Twitter and were even the age demographic these sites were most adamant to recruit.

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    The misplacement of student fees

    Students disappointed in where their money is going

    0:00 AM April 8, 2014

    As College at Brockport students, we would like to know where our money is going. Most of us didn’t come to the college in the middle of major construction, however we’ve now become pros in ignoring the noises and band of workers scattered on various projects around campus.

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    Smith Says: Shooting calls for change in mental health evaluations

    0:00 AM April 8, 2014

    Army Specialist Ivan Lopez opened fire at the Fort Hood Army post in Texas Wednesday, April 2. Along with himself, Lopez killed three other soldiers and injured 16.

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    Graduation looms over unprepared students

    0:00 AM April 8, 2014

    It’s the season where the weather gets warmer, the workload piles higher and students are more stressed than ever. Especially with the end of their scholastic careers arriving for some.

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    The StyleList: Springing in to trendy must-have fashion

    0:00 AM April 8, 2014

    Although the 2014 calendar demands spring has officially hatched, the unpredictable Upstate N.Y. weather seems to be challenging the season’s official greeting. So if we can’t tuck away our heavy coat or bust out our favorite Wellingtons just yet, then let’s at least get our wardrobes prepared for brighter days to come.

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    A selfless act results in school suspension

    0:00 AM April 8, 2014

    Elementary and high schools across the country have been under some intense scrutiny over the past few years because of outrageous stories of their discipline policies. Kids have been sent home for something as small as supposedly pointing his or her fingers in the shape of a gun.

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