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    BSG elects prepared for new year

    Meet the new BSG elected officials

    The 2014 Brockport Student Government (BSG) election might not have been the most exciting in history, but the newly elected executive board is looking forward to stepping into their respective roles next year.

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    Late night bus Route 3 temporarily reinstated

    The College at Brockport will be reinstating the late night Eagle Run Shuttle Route 3, effective Thursday, April 17, that was discontinued April 1. Due to an appeal from students, faculty and staff, as well as residents from the Village of Brockport, the college administration agreed to re-establish the route on a trial basis as a temporary standpoint.

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    Open meeting for changes in landlord requirements

    The Village of Brockport Town Board held an open meeting regarding both the village’s budget for 2014-15 year and an amendment being made to Village Code Chapter 36: Minimum Housing & Buildings Code Monday, April 7.

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    Brockport hosts first annual Out of the Darkness Walk

    Many gathered in the Mall to participate in the College at Brockport’s first annual Out of the Darkness Walk to benefit suicide prevention Saturday, April 12. The event brought together Brockport students, staff and community members who felt passionately about bringing awareness to this silent cause.

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    Return of Jobs & Internships Fair

    The unemployment rate of recent college graduates was a high 12.6 percent in October 2011, according to a study done by the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics.

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    Brockport hosts annual 2014 Scholars day

    The annual day for academic papers, research and presentations was celebrated once again at the College at Brockport as 708 presenters discussed projects they’ve been working on throughout the school year. From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m Wednesday, April 9 students and community members alike wandered the college grounds to see presentations ranging from the sciences to dance and art.

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    CSA week promotes cultural awareness

    The College at Brockport experienced the annual Caribbean Student Associations (CSA) week from April 7 to 12. It was a cultural explosion, as students from the club hosted a different event for every day of the week and had a substantial turnout.

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    BSG Round-up: Bus route and other announcements

    Brockport Student Government (BSG) President Sean Ferguson announced during Friday’s meeting that the Eagle Run Shuttle Route 3 bus, which was discontinued Tuesday, April 1, will officially be restarted on a trial basis Thursday, April 17. Ferguson also announced BSG has been performing officer evaluations and will be finishing up next week.

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    Village of Brockport receives grant to renovate Main Street

    Change is coming to the Village of Brockport in the form of a rejuvination grant given to the village by Regional Economic Development Council through the New York Office of Community Renewal.

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    Admins cancel late night Eagle Run

    The College at Brockport discontinued Eagle Run Route 3 Tuesday, April 1 due to “ongoing dangerous and injurious behavior” and “problematic patterns of behaviors.”

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    Brockport hosts Relay for Life

    The fight for cancer continued as the College at Brockport welcomed Relay for Life to Tuttle North Ice Arena Friday, April 4.

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    Mandatory student fees under scrutiny

    Students at the College of Brockport and Brockport Student Government (BSG) officials have recently found themselves at a loss when it comes to figuring out where the money they pay in mandatory fees each year is going.

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    Brockport welcomes back Clothesline Project

    According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, 21 percent of college students report having experienced dating violence by a current partner and 32 percent experienced dating violence by a pervious partner.

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    Ellsworth takes second place in Mascot Madness

    After a fierce battle through this year’s SUNY Mascot Madness, Ellsworth the Eagles’ title run was cut down in the finals against Binghamton University’s Baxter Bearcat.

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    Dancing toward autism awareness

    Autism Speaks U, the College at Brockport dance department and Brockport Student Government (BSG) are teaming up for Autism awareness and research by putting on a dance event titled “Everyone Deserves the Spotlight: A Benefit for Children with Autism.”

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    BSG announces name and lineup for end of year event

    Brockport Student Government (BSG) executives announced the news Thursday, April 3 that everyone has been waiting for: the lineup and other updates for the end of year event.

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    BSG to launch off-campus housing website

    The College at Brockport students can look forward to having a new way to search for available off-campus housing in the coming weeks. Brockport Student Government (BSG) Vice President Will Mitchell, with the help of Webmaster Joseph Jackson, Office Administrator Rebecca Bird and Kenny Beck, have turned an outdated 50 page document containing any off-campus housing availabilities into an online search engine.

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