Making the choice to move off campus in Geneseo generally has several stressful factors, including time constraints for finding a residence, how to find a residence and what to do next if one is secured. A recent survey not only reinforces these claims but has exposed some of the reasons why the process of moving off campus is stressful for many.
State University of New York Chancellor Nancy Zimpher recently proposed a policy that would make SUNY schools tobacco-free environments. This could prohibit use of all tobacco products on campus, including cigarettes, e-cigarettes, pipes, hookahs and chewing tobacco.
While this policy was originally expected to go into effect Jan.
In a country with an ongoing debate over minimum wage levels, food stamp provision and universal healthcare, taking a step back and attempting to empathize with those directly impacted by their changes is necessary. An understanding of engrained structural inequality is crucial to rebuilding impoverished communities and populations.
The Geneseo women’s basketball team has gotten off to a hot start this season. The third-seeded Knights’ record remains without blemish after they defeated the Rochester Institute of Technology on Tuesday Dec. 3 at the Wendy’s College Classic.
The tournament is in its 48th iteration and looks to give area teams a chance to compete against one another, as many of the teams play in different conferences.
“Seussical,” with its energetic music scores and loveable characters, is guaranteed to bring energy to the first weekend of the spring 2014 semester. Directed by professor of theatre Melanie Blood, the musical involves both students and a local children’s choir as the Who Chorus.
Members of the Geneseo community – students, residents and professors – crowded into Wadsworth Auditorium on Nov. 24 for the Geneseo Symphony Orchestra, Festival Chorus, Chamber Singers and Spectrum Women’s Ensemble performance.
Adjunct faculty member in music Jim Tiller conducted the first part of the program, putting on Giuseppe Verdi’s “Overture to Nabucco” as well as Kirke Mechem’s “Seven Joys of Christmas.” Throughout the concert, there was a festive holiday spirit in the air alongside the performances, with the crowd sitting in the mounds of their shed outerwear, while the female members of the choir donned red gowns and the male members wore tuxedos.
Time moves people. In 11 years, you can fall in love, change careers, start a family – or spend that time in jail for a crime you didn’t commit. Friendship from among those who convicted you is unlikely.
Yet, in the most of unusual of cases, Jennifer Thompson, the victim of an appalling crime, would eventually share an indescribable bond with the man who was wrongfully convicted of an offence he did not commit.