Trump’s uninformed comment highlights unreasonable disregard for green energy

One can find and enjoy many things when driving through Upstate New York: beautiful scenery, envious sunsets and an array of contradicting yard signs freckling and dotting every homeowner’s front yard. One very common sign details the purported dangers of wind energy, whether to the scenery, to the housing market or to the community’s health.

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Chick-fil-A’s discriminatory values do not belong on college campuses despite student petition

A Geneseo student created a petition to replace Books and Bytes with a Chick-fil-A on April 10. As of Tuesday April 16, the petition received 42 signatures. 

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Twisting words to incite violence against political critic is deplorable, dangerous

The Sept. 11 attacks on the United States are some of the most heart wrenching and dismal moments in the history of our generation, let alone our country. The pain of that day is a universal feeling amongst the American public.

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Management course intellectually stimulates students, analyzes business problems

Associate professor of management Farooq Sheikh teaches a rigorous Production & Operations Management course which serves to teach students about looking at business problems from an analytical perspective. Sheikh has taught this course since graduate school, and his passion for the material and his students shines through in the classroom.

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Media should refrain from sensational, invasive coverage of Meghan Markle

Celebrities are often unable to escape public scrutiny—it comes with the territory. Everything from their outfit choices to birthing preferences receive relentless coverage and criticism from members of the media and general public for reasons that are usually pointless or arbitrary. 

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Disney+ content demonstrates similar trends in poor LGBTQ+ representation

The 2018 romantic comedy Love, Simon will be developed into a television series for Disney’s upcoming streaming service Disney+, according to Pride. The film, adapted from Becky Albertalli’s young adult novel, was momentous for its generally positive representation of young gay men. 

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Staff editorial: Geneseo must modify vehicle towing policy to ensure fair penalties

Once a student has accumulated 10 paid or unpaid parking tickets, the college is at liberty to have their vehicle towed, according to the Geneseo Traffic and Parking Violations webpage. This policy is unreasonably harsh and should be amended by the college immediately.

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Softball remains successful in conference games, hopes to keep rolling against Brockport

After a 3-1 record over the weekend, the Knights are in a good spot and have a chance at hosting the conference playoffs again this year. On Thursday April 11, SUNY Oswego put up a good fight in the first game, but the Knights showed to be too much and outscored the Lakers 7-5, and then 8-0 in the second five-inning game. 

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Women’s lacrosse downs Brockport, will face challenge in Cortland this weekend

In their penultimate home game of the regular season, the Knights maintained their successful pattern with a 13-11 win against SUNY Oswego on April 10. 

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Bills beat: Buffalo begins training, team addresses media regarding draft

The Buffalo Bills’ first official offseason workouts began Monday April 15. These workouts are voluntary and only focus on strength and conditioning, rather than skill training. These workouts represent the first opportunity for players to meet the team’s free agent signings and for the media to speak with players, coaching and management. 

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Tiger Woods wins 2019 Master’s Tournament by one stroke, battles back after long major draught

A familiar roar could be heard making its way around the fairways and greens at Augusta National Golf Club on Sunday April 14, a roar that had not been heard at Augusta’s famous Master’s Tournament in 14 years. The roar reached its peak at the 18th green when golfer Tiger Woods sank a short putt to win his first major tournament in 11 years and first green jacket since 2005.

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Men’s lacrosse falls short against conference-leading Cortland, aims to bounce back against Oswego

The Geneseo men’s lacrosse team sought back-to-back SUNYAC wins on April 10 against SUNY Cortland. The Red Dragons came into the game undefeated in the conference and sitting proudly in first place. Geneseo was coming off an exciting overtime win against SUNY Oneonta and a win against Cortland would certainly send a message around the conference.

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Beyond the Boarders: Nepalese student explores interest for international education systems, study abroad

Physics and mathematics double major sophomore Pranish Shrestha feels passionately about cultural and racial issues. As an international student originally from Nepal, he studied abroad in the Netherlands where he fostered his fascination with learning about different cultures, and he currently works closely with the International Student & Scholar Services office at Geneseo. 

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Outreach program introduces high school students to philosophical questions, topics

Beginning in fall 2018, Geneseo students have been visiting local high schools through a philosophy outreach program developed by associate professor and chair of philosophy David Levy. The students devise lesson plans to introduce philosophical topics to high school students and encourage philosophical thinking among younger audiences.

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Meet the Greeks: Sisters Making a Change

Sisters Making a Change is a sorority on campus that promotes service work, volunteerism and sisterhood within its members. The sorority was founded in 2004 and has since grown both in its membership and in becoming part of Greek Life at Geneseo.

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Geneseo Recognizing Excellence, Achievement and Talent Day

Geneseo hosted its 13th annual Geneseo Recognizing Excellence, Achievement and Talent Day on Wednesday April 17 in various locations around campus. Hundreds of students presented and attended the two poster sessions held in the College Union ballroom and various research presentations in academic buildings. 

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Geneseo alumnus reminisces on travels, returning as CAS employee

Ward Parker ‘00 is a Geneseo alumnus who has traveled the world spending his life looking for the next best adventure. Parker attended Geneseo in 1975. In 1984, Parker left Geneseo and moved to California, and returned in 2000 to finish his degree in communication.    

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Lessons from Flim: 28 Days Later emphasizes need for preservation of mental health during times of struggle

Since George Romero’s trailblazing 1968 classic, Night of the Living Dead, zombies have remained a strong force in entertainment as mindless, shambling corpses with a taste for flesh. While the premise is scary enough, zombies have been degraded in the public eye from legitimate threats to easy targets for the protagonist to easily dispose of. This trope changed with Danny Boyle’s 2002 post-apocalyptic horror film, 28 Days Later. 

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ALBUM REVIEW: WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?; Billie Eilish expands her portfolio with twisted blend of pop beats, dark lyrics

Billie Eilish’s new album WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO? has been climbing the charts since its March 29 release. Eilish has received both praise and criticism for the heavy, emotional material covered in the album. 

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Album Review: Free Spirit; Recent Khalid album sets soundtrack for summer

If you’re looking for an album that exudes the feeling of summer, you’ve come to the right place.

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