In this week’s “Sports Talk,” Mike, Jack, and Zack discuss the Cooper Rush Appreciation Club… what would you like to see on the next episode?
Talon Tea Time: Gio Battaglia
In the season finale of Talon Tea Time, Paul sits down with the Gio Battaglia, The creator, and host of Talon’s web series Gio’s View!
Talon Tea Time: Gerry Zukowski
Paul sits down with Girard “Gerry” Zukowski, a Brockport student studying marketing in Advertisement. If you wish to be featured on Talon Tea Time email Paul: @email@example.com.
Talon Tea Time: Jared Smith
Paul sits down with freshman cross country runner Jared Smith as he discusses his experience of being on the team and his life mottos.
Gio’s View: S2 Ep.5 Clothing Designs that slap harder than Will Smith.
Tonight Gio’s View recaps the controversy surrounding the Oscar which involved Chris Rock slapping Chris Rock over a Joke he made at Will’s Wife’s expense. In this week’s segment of “Conversations with Creators.” Maddie and Katrina talk with Clothing creator Justin Stennett.
You can find Justin on Instagram: @nomorepromises_offical
Jalil Muntaqim Event Moved Online.
By Madison Scott
SUNY Brockport President, Heidi Macpherson, released an email today (3/23/2022) to students and staff announcing that the Jalil Muntaqim event will be moved to a virtual format.
In the email, Macpherson says the safety of the community is SUNY Brockport’s top priority and that this decision was made to prevent any security or safety issues.
“This event has elicited strong feedback, divergent opinions, and has already spurred protests. We are grateful for the various agencies and partners who will be supporting the safety of our campus during the upcoming days and weeks,” she wrote.
Macpherson says details for this virtual event will be sent out to students and staff when they are finalized.
Sports Talk discuses the MLB lockout as well as how Memphis Grizzlies Point Guard Ja Morant, and how his career has played out so far. They also touch upon the current bleak state of the Los Angeles Lakers. All this on Brockport Sports Talk!
Police Say Remains Found In Rochester Could Be Connected To An Unsolved Case.
By Madison Scott
Rochester police say possible human remains found on Tyler Street yesterday morning could be connected to an unsolved missing person case from 2009.
Police say the remains were found on Thursday around 11 a.m. by a contractor working near St. Paul street.
Talon TV has learned his mother was contacted by the Monroe County Examiner’s Office to let her know the remains could be her son’s.
The RPD and the Monroe County Examiner’s Office say they are now investigating these remains.
This is a developing story, check back in with Talon TV for updates.
News 4 Brockport 3-2-2020
News 4’s Lexie Cutmore and Alaina Jonathan bring you news from SUNY Brockport’s campus and throughout New York State. This week they’ll tell you about Brockport’s newest club, give you the latest on NASA’s new lunar technology, update you on the coronavirus and more!
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