Letter to the Editor: Geneseo Community Expresses Solidarity with Black and Underrepresented Students and Community Members

Recent events on campus remind us once again that black students in particular and underrepresented students in general still face stereotyping and prejudice in our community. As an institution of higher learning, and as a community, we must call out these disturbing actions and attitudes at the individual and institutional level.

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Letter to the Editor

We write in reference to a Letter to the Editor in The Lamron, recently written by a certain professor of philosophy. This letter condemns The Lamron for publishing what this professor claims is a disingenuous apology from an anonymous student involved in the blackface incident on our campus. In the name of encouraging open dialogue, we wish to offer a rebuttal to this letter. 

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Letter to the Editor

From what I can summarize, the point of Dr. Everett’s letter, published in The Lamron on April 11, is that people who are “politically incorrect” are more persecuted on this campus than racial minorities (specifically African Americans). Of course he thought that. He’s a white philosophy professor with tenure. 

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Softball earns victories over Brockport and University of Rochester, solidifies position in conference standings

In another SUNYAC weekend, the Knights added two wins over the SUNY Brockport Golden Eagles to bring them to a 25-7 overall record. The Knights continued their winning streak, sweeping both their games against The University of Rochester at home on Wednesday April 24.

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Bills beat: Buffalo weighs their options with ninth overall pick in NFL Draft, fans hope for successful selection

The NFL draft is on Thursday April 25 and fans continue to speculate about who their team may pick.

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Track and field aims to peak as SUNYACs approach, battles injuries in recent weeks

The Geneseo track and field team is approaching the end of the spring season and SUNYACs are on the horizon. Both the men and women are looking to peak at the right time and perform their best in the biggest meets. The end of the season has not come without any obstacles and the team is doing their best to combat issues like injuries.

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Women’s lacrosse upsets No. 18 Cortland in overtime, secures SUNYAC playoff berth

Geneseo’s women’s lacrosse team has dominated the SUNYAC lately with win after win. This past week, they faced two tough opponents in SUNY Brockport and SUNY Cortland.

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Men’s lacrosse defeats Oswego and Brockport, looks to continue success in playoffs

On Saturday April 20, the Geneseo Knights men’s lacrosse team was in Oswego to take on the Lakers. The Knights sat in fourth place in the SUNYAC standings, looking up at the Lakers, who were in third.

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Geneseo Alumni representing Rochester in Congress, praises Geneseo for education

Hitting the bars and sleeping through classes may be familiar experiences to many alumni, but few have been able to finesse those experiences into a career walking through the halls of power. Representative Joseph Morelle ’86 serves constituents in Rochester and most of Monroe County as the first Geneseo alumnus to be elected to Congress. 

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Club Profile: Circus Club

The Circus Club is a great way to meet talented and creative students while also honing your performing skills. 

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Beyond the Borders: Multilingual student navigates various cultures

Biology major freshman Ana Clara Amorim Da Silva Gusmini has led a fascinating life, as she has lived in three different countries and can already speak multiple languages.

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Founder of The Onion lectures students about personal writing journey

On Thursday April 18, Scott Dikkers, one of the founders of the satirical newspaper The Onion, spoke to students in Doty Recital Hall about both his personal journey as a cartoonist and editor, and the growth of The Onion from a small college newspaper to a multimedia empire. 

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Alumni reflects on involvement at Geneseo, influences career path

After graduation, everyone hopes to find their dream job, and recent Geneseo graduate Leila Sedigh ’17 found hers. 

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Invasion of privacy: Incoming editor-in-chief pursues journalism passion, eager for future role

Communication major junior Julia Skeval will take on the role of editor-in-chief of The Lamron for the 2019-2020 school year. Being part of the organization for the past two years has made her enthusiastic about her upcoming role and the paper’s future in general.

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“Game of Thrones” season circles back to roots, aims for satisfying conclusion

HBO’s iconic, zeitgeist-shifting television series, “Game of Thrones,” has a lot of narrative ground to cover in its final season. With a shortened six-episode finale, showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are even more crunched for time than a typical 10-episode season would allow for.

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The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure

Among the tell-all memoirs and deep exposés of the Trump administration, one popular nonfiction book from the past year has stood out in the minds of mainstream thought leaders across the political spectrum. The Coddling of the American Mind offers an answer to an apparent problem: what’s gone wrong on college campuses over the past few years? 

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Lessons From Film: Social perception of women as objects should cease to permeate popular culture

If this isn’t already obvious, every person in the world should be treating women with respect. Over centuries of human existence, it has been normalized to regard women as their partners’ possessions. Even movies as recent as the widely popular 2010 film Scott Pilgrim vs. the World continue to subliminally support the objectification of women by society.

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Professors showcase research on power of defiant musical groups, political activism in Eastern Europe

Music and politics might seem like a messy combination, but music’s inherent power makes it a perfect platform to call out politicians and their harmful policies. Musical groups have used musical activism as an effective way to express the injustices different people face when it comes to their race, gender identity and other parts of themselves. 

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Broadway powerhouse sings popular songs for Limelight and Accents concert

A packed audience was captivated when an amazing Broadway performer took the stage in Wadsworth Auditorium on Saturday April 20.

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United States must prosecute president for crimes, impeachment will preserve republic’s values

The release of Robert Mueller’s investigative report on Thursday April 18 has shocked the American political world over the past week. Trump supporters have attempted to deflect and discredit, while detractors have emphasized the counsel’s findings regarding obstruction of justice. 

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