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Budget Advocacy Day provides open forum on college finances

Student Association hosted Budget Advocacy Day on Wednesday April 30 in the Integrated Science Center. Students were invited to attend and learn about the issues surrounding the current SUNY budget and discuss their opinions during the open forum that followed.

SA Vice President junior Paul Michael and SA director of public relations senior Riley Burchell organized budget Advocacy Day.

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“I think that in high-pressure situations, I play better.”

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Junior receives national recognition for community service efforts

Every year Campus Compact presents the Newman Civic Fellows Awards to nominated students across the country. This year, Geneseo junior Alyssa Stefanese received the high honor, representing the school in the competition for the first time.

Campus Compact is a national coalition consisting of colleges promoting civic duties within higher education.

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Sundance Books prepares to close textbook outlet

This spring marks the last semester that students can visit the Sundance Books textbook outlet. The store will be open for book buyback at the end of this semester, but the textbook section of the business will then be relocated to the Sundance location on Main Street.

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Junior receives national recognition for community service efforts

Budget change raises concerns

Sundance Books prepares to close textbook outlet

Presidential café focuses solely on student input

Opinion

Unpaid internships foster job market inequality

The untold dangers of charter schools

Antiquated racist attitudes linger in professional sports

Senior reflections on debt, the liberal arts, personal growth

Phoenix police profiling targets trans women, sex workers

Sports

Women’s lacrosse secures second seed

Men’s lacrosse out of playoffs, looking toward next year

Donald Sterling incident not simply a sports issue

Tennis sneaks into NCAAs

Softball postseason approaches

Arts & Entertainment

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Spotlight On: Sankarsh Ramachandra

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Art thrives as students battle in juried exhibit

Student chorus sings its way to encore

Knights' Life

Gallery curator comes to helm of school newspaper

Geneseo Class of 2014: Features editor advocates discipline

Out of the Darkness Walk brings suicide awareness to light

Final reflections: Learn from past, prepare for future, enjoy every moment

Kick back with a good summer read