The World of Online Dating

In today’s technological day and age, it should be no surprise that the dating world has made its mark in the world of technology as well. 

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A trip to Mt. Everest mixes adventure with good cause

Psychology major sophomore Sofia Flaten intends to use her passion for adventure and charity work to help children in their fight against cancer. In May 2020, Flaten plans to take students to Mount Everest base camp made possible because of the organization Choose a Challenge. 

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Invasion of Privacy: Student activist lets lessons learned at Geneseo inspire career goals

Donat De La Cruz embodies everything an activist should. He is peaceful and works to help people beyond just helping himself. In his time at Geneseo, he has enjoyed meeting “a lot of brave individuals” on campus. With his activism work and unrelenting attitude toward improving his surroundings, many would even consider De La Cruz to be one of those brave individuals himself.

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Club promotes increased educational opportunities, better living situations for Guatemalan families

Common Hope is a small volunteer club at Geneseo with a big mission. The group aims to promote health, education and living quality for people in Guatemala, according to the club’s president, biology major junior Lauren Todoro. Common Hope was founded by a couple who currently lives in Guatemala, and the organization has branches all over the world, with one right here on campus. 

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Throwback G-Spot: Spice up your sex life this semester

It seems that many college students mark the new semester more as a fresh start than the start of a new year. Students promise themselves that they’ll make the Dean’s List, go to the gym more than twice a week, or try new things when it comes to sex. It’s not actually a bad idea to safely experiment—not only can it relieve stress, but it also can be fun. 

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Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates Latino and Hispanic individuals, culture

Each year, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua celebrate the anniversary of their independence on Sept. 15. This date marks the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month because of its significance to the Hispanic community, the celebration continues until Oct. 15.

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First Cultivating Community series addresses activism’s future within the Geneseo community

The Cultivating Community series held its first of three dialogues this semester on Monday Sept. 9, discussing “How to Propel Activism Forward” with a crowd of more than 50 students, professors and administrators. The series is grounded in Geneseo’s value of inclusivity, meant to provide a safe, supportive space for the campus community to work through issues that come up for the student body. 

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LIVES Program promotes independence, new experiences for differently abled students

The Geneseo/Arc of Livingston Wyoming Learning Independence, Vocational and Educational Skills program provides opportunities for students who have disabilities to learn important life skills that will help them gain independence. 

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Invasion of Privacy: Geneseo freshman athlete hopes to promote kindness, inclusivity

To me, athletics on college campuses have always seemed like a boys club. Every time I go out looking to watch a game it seems like the boys’ teams have a much more sizable crowd than that of the womens’ teams. In this world of male-dominated sports and toxic masculinity you may at times expect female athletes to be resentful; but for Angel Bennet that is the absolute opposite. 

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Alumnus credits both Geneseo and The Lamron for his literary development

Expressive writing’s purpose is to mimic human thought and make connections with others; it is a pivotal mode of communication, self-expression and critical thinking. Geneseo alumnus Mike Chin ‘05 is now a college professor and published author who credits his time at Geneseo for expanding on these skills and serving as a strong foundation for his literary development.

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Throwback G-Spot: How to successfully navigate friends with benefits

The idea of having a friends with benefits relationship—two friends who have sex without a romantic relationship or commitment—can be very temping and convenient while in college. Due to the fact that students live away from their parents and in close proximity to many other people their age, friends with benefits relationships tend to be popular. 

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Club Profile: Geneseo Hillel

Hillel International operates under the mission to enrich the lives of Jewish students so they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. Geneseo’s chapter of Hillel builds on that mission by hoping to provide both Jewish and non-Jewish students alike a space for cultural, religious and friendship endeavors. 

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Freshmen discuss their adjustment into college life, finding a balance

Freshman year of college is flooded with a sea of conflicting emotions like fear, excitement and anxiety. It can be one of the most challenging times in a student's life as well as one of the most rewarding. No matter how long ago one’s freshman year was, people remember the highs and lows of getting through their first classes, making new friends or trying out for a college-level sports team. A pair of new Geneseo students reflect on their experiences from the first week of the academic year.

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Invasion of Privacy: Senior’s upbringing impacts love of travelling, outlook on life

Sydney Julien is a vegan international relations major senior that is serious about figure skating. When you walk up to her, she has a welcoming but reserved smile and seems a little nervous but opens up quickly and kindly. Animated and lively, you can tell she is passionate about what she does and acts determinedly to live her life in-line with the ideals she has for it.

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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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