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Geneseo redesigns website, boosts mobile efficiency

The College Communications Department and Computing and Information Technology are in the process of upgrading and redesigning Geneseo’s website. The departments are currently looking for feedback on prototypes of the new website. Geneseo’s website has not had a major update since 2008. Digital Communications Manager Kristy Barkan said the website has needed to be reworked…

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“I couldn’t ask for a more rewarding season to cap off my time here at Geneseo”

- Hockey co-captain Carson Schell. Read more in the the full article.

Chlamydia cases increase this academic year

A surge in chlamydia infections is causing concern. Lauderdale Center for Student Health & Counseling has seen an increase in chlamydia diagnoses this academic year. According to Dr. Steven A. Radi of Lauderdale, chlamydia “is the most common bacterial sexually transmitted infection diagnosed in the general population.” “Chlamydia commonly causes no symptoms, and therefore may…

The number of chlamydia cases have increased across the Geneseo campus. Such a development may be related to the lack of comprehensive sexual education in the United States.

Cook second African American elected in Livingston County

Since Livingston County was established in 1821, two African Americans have been elected to public office. Sworn in on April 4, Geneseo Village Trustee junior Matthew Cook became the second. Cook stated that he was unaware while running that one other African American had served as an elected official. “We weren’t trying to prove a…

Village Trustee junior Matthew Cook is the second African American that has been elected to public office in Livingston County. Cook hopes to bridge the divide between the College and the Village while serving in office.


Chlamydia cases increase this academic year

Misconceptions surround Social Host Law

Cook second African American elected in Livingston County

G.R.E.A.T. Day commends students across disciplines

Norovirus spreads at U of R


Social activism addresses sexual assault on campus

Prisons need funding for educational programs

In face of intolerant politics, acceptance and diversity vital

Geneseo should raise tuition to fund liberal arts

Beyoncé album empowers black women


Men’s lax off to fast start on turf field

Women’s basketball gains at-large bid to NCAA Tournament

High expectations surround women’s lacrosse in 2016

Knight of the Week: Davina “Dream” Ward

Men’s b-ball falls in first round

Arts & Entertainment

Women defy objectification in student’s photography exhibit

Alumna musician brings tranquility to Starbucks stage

Activist women take center stage in dance troupe’s passionate performance

Artist transforms alphabet with intricate illustrations

Prince leaves behind legacy, lessons on individuality

Knights' Life

Carbon Free Concert promotes entertainment without electricity

Pesto pasta prepared to perfection

Parting the Red Sea: the benefits of period sex

Out of the Darkness Walk raises suicide prevention awareness

Guest Speaker educates students on Title IX