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STEM fields lead in growing G.R.E.A.T. Day participation

Held on Tuesday April 21, Geneseo’s ninth annual Geneseo Recognizing Excellence, Achievement and Talent Day was host to over 400 student presentations. These presentations took place all day and included oral presentation, posters, a keynote speaker, performances and more. “It’s a celebration of the campus,” G.R.E.A.T. Day coordinator Patty Hamilton-Rodgers. “It’s an incredible opportunity for…

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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.

Club sports stand out at Geneseo

Club sports occupy a unique niche at Geneseo. These teams provide students with the opportunity to build strong friendships and to nurture a healthy competitive spirit. Because the NCAA does not sanction them, club sports can be as intense as the individual members want them to be. This can be seen particularly in crew––the team…


Mayweather vs. Pacquiao: What to look for

For the past five years, fight fans have been salivating over a potential super-fight between pound-for-pound superstars Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and Manny Pacquiao. We will get just that on May 2. Many prophesied that the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight would revive boxing. Unfortunately, a myriad of complications in the past meant that the super-fight hadn’t come to…



Books & Bytes deemed too small to host Tim Hortons

Student Assocation Executive Board updates financial policy

Nassau Hall to become arts learning community

UPD hosts female-only Rape Aggression Defense course

Geneseo sexual assault policy amended to mirror SUNY’s


Student journalism serves to keep college in check

A reflection on The Lamron

Student paper experience offers crucial skills

Religious freedoms should be upheld, not punished by laws

Neglected art program weakens true liberal arts education


Club sports stand out at Geneseo

Mayweather vs. Pacquiao: What to look for

Chen in control of tennis dynasty

Knights win annual breast cancer awareness games

Title IX creates barriers for club athletes

Arts & Entertainment

Young Authors festival celebrates writing, literacy

Guerrilla shakes up Geneseo literary scene

New Music features student composers

Art From Abroad

Speedy Ortiz gets wiser on latest LP

Knights' Life

Gluten-free goodies

Study Abroad Office strives to enhance student experience

LGBTQ+ panel educates community on straight alliance

Earth Week’s interactive events raise environmental awareness

Decision making for rising seniors