Monday, December 6, 2021

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Adele releases anticipated album

By Carly Newton Adele’s new album “30” has exceeded all expectations.  Music fans got their first taste of her new album when “Easy On Me” was released Oct. 15. Even with the massive expectations for this single, Adele did not disappoint...

EDITORIAL: Celebrate Universal Human Rights every December

December is a time for the holidays, snow and getting together with family and friends. The last month of the year also marks the celebration of equality, humanity and justice. Universal Human Rights month is a time for Americans...

Final curtain closes on Sondheim

By Alexa Dumas How do you say a proper final farewell to a legend?  Stephen Sondheim, a monarch of Broadway composing and songwriting died Nov. 26 at the age of 91, in his home in Roxbury, Connecticut. After almost 60 years...

In the Reels: Larson lives on in ‘Tick, Tick…Boom!’

By Cameron Kaercher Lin-Manuel Miranda is a household name thanks to the Broadway blockbuster, “Hamilton.” Melding rap and U.S. history, the playwright and actor won two Tony awards and his career has since blossomed.  His latest endeavor is directing a feature...

‘Silent Hill’ sparks future horror games

By Jonas Ward Set in a dark New England town, “Silent Hill” developed by Konami has been a favorite for vintage PlayStation fans. Since 1999, the original “Silent Hill” has been one of the most quintessential horror games that greatly...

‘God of War’ is biblical

Jonas Ward Produced by Sony Santa Monica and published by Sony Entertainment in 2005, “God of War” introduced players to one of the most powerful characters in video game history Kratos. Selling more than 4.6 million copies worldwide, “God of...

In the Reels: ‘The French Dispatch’ tributes journalists

Cameron Kaercher The cinema of Wes Anderson can be a divisive one and an alienating one, but also a deeply emotional experience. Anderson’s emphasis on symmetrical framing is an essential part of his storytelling.  His films feel like storybooks or dreams...

EDITORIAL: Have a safe and healthy Thanksgiving break, Cards

As the fall semester starts to dwindle down, Thanksgiving is less than a week away. With the holiday season sneaking up, students are getting excited for time with their family and friends.  The fall semester saw a wanted return to...

Las Vegas Raiders struggle with scandals

Carly Newton An alarming number of NFL players are continuing to get in trouble with the law and sometimes ruining their careers in the process. One team in particular, the Las Vegas Raiders, has experienced this problem with two of...

Rush’s lyrics speak to generations

Alexa Dumas Long hair, friendship and socially aware lyrics are the defining characteristics of the infamous progressive rock group, Rush. With the complexities of their songs due to length and subject matter, Rush speaks to multiple generations of listeners.  Formed in...
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Plattsburgh Sweeps Morrsiville

By Liam Sample The Plattsburgh State Women’s Hockey Team swept The Morrisville State Mustangs at home in a two North East Women’s Hockey League game...

Bears claw down Cardinals

By Drew Wemple Memorial Hall was rocking this past Tuesday night as SUNY Plattsburgh’s men’s basketball team took on their North Country conference rival SUNY...

Plattsburgh Pioneers Junior Hockey’s biggest mistake

By Brennan Dowd The 1984-85 season for the Québec Major Junior Hockey League was experimental. Previously, a winning team would get two points and the...

In the Cards: Couture ballin’ out in debut season

By Garrett Collins As the winter season of Plattsburgh athletics continues and enters the middle portion of the season, coaches have had more than enough...
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