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Seniors Ty Matsushita and Julia Mizutani as well as other students, clubs, faculty and staff came together for “Geneseo Walks Out” at 12 p.m. on Monday Nov. 16. The protest was intended to demonstrate solidarity with students of color and victims of racism at the Univeristy of Missouri and across the country.

Campus organizations show support for Missouri students with walkout protest

In an effort to show solidarity with University of Missouri activist group Concerned Student 1950 as well as students of color and protestors, several student organizations participated in a walkout protest and campus march on Monday Nov. 16 at 12 p.m. Anonymous testimonials from students regarding their experiences with racism on campus were also shared…

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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.

Hockey looks strong on three-game win streak

The Ice Knights skated to a 4-2 victory over the neighboring SUNY Brockport Golden Eagles on Friday Nov. 13, securing their first win in SUNYAC play and continuing a three-game winning streak. Both teams played a fast and physical game, but it was the Ice Knights’ offense—putting up 49 shots to Brockport’s 25—that stole the…

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Women’s club hockey starts gaining fans on campus

It is hard to find a student at Geneseo who can say that they have never attended an Ice Knights hockey game at some point during their college career. How many people, however, can say that they have attended a Geneseo Bears ice hockey game? The ratio doesn’t compare, but with the rising popularity of…



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“The Art of Dining” combines food, comedy for lively, relatable performance

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