Written by Michael Tye | | Binghamton University recently broke headlines for having the largest amount of positive COVID tests in the entire SUNY system – a number likely influenced by its high campus population of more than 14,000. With its proximity, it’s possible that SUNY Broome’s numbers could rise as well if students don’tContinue reading “BU Covid Rates Pose Risk to Broome Students”
Written by Emily Squires | | Student Assembly elections open tomorrow on The Swarm, running from the 22nd to the 28th. Eight students are running for office, three of which are running for President. Today the candidates spoke about their running for office. Seth Roselle, running for VP of Student Affairs, spoke first. Libral artsContinue reading “Vote for Student Assembly candidates”
Written by Ariel Hochman | | By September 27, any unvaccinated student will be unenrolled in response to SUNY’s Covid-19 Vaccine Mandate. Students are asked to verify their vaccination card; weekly emails are sent to students with a link to the verification page. Those students who have not yet been vaccinated are encouraged to receiveContinue reading “Reminders for Students”
Written by Emily Squires & Ariel Hochman | | There is growth to be expected in SUNY Broome clubs and activities this semester, in response to the Student Activities Day hosted last Thursday. Members of different campus clubs had set up booths to increase the student engagement and enrollment with these clubs. The chairer ofContinue reading “Club-Fair Turnout & Expectations”
Written by | | Ariel Hochman “SUNY Spooky Short Story Contest,” hosted by the student run newspaper The Fulcrum. The short story should consist of a haunted, scary and/or spooky theme set at the SUNY Broome campus. Writers have full creative control on the direction they want to take with this. The word limit isContinue reading “SUNY spooky short story contest”
Written by Ariel Hochman || Whether you are coming to college right after graduating high school or entering at a different point in life, starting college can be an overwhelming experience to some. The new experiences, new daily schedules and pursuing further education can be awesome while still being nerve wracking if you don’t knowContinue reading “Advice for new students”
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