Wednesday, September 28, 2022

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Queen’s death sparks memes

By Bryn Fawn Queen Elizabeth II died Sept. 8 ending her 96-year-long reign. Her death has resulted in criticism and comedy, much to the delight of users of social media websites such as Twitter and Tumblr. Soon after, news broke sharing...

Music interests on Platts campus

By Rocco Golden In our day and age, everyone listens to music. Whether it was the upper class nobles who attended symphonies, the Chickasaw tribe performing a stomp dance, or your grandfather putting a cassette into the old F150, everyone...

Mother Nature cries for help

By Hannah Cluck A New York native resident may think to themselves, “Why does the health of an environment hundreds of miles away, matter to my day to day life?” The truth is, it doesn’t matter. But what truly matters...

JUUL comes back after ban

By Bryn Fawn JUUL has become one of the leading brands when it comes to nicotine vapes. The Federal Drug Administration for years has been trying to ban them from the United States. However, their new approach is to assist...

EDITORIAL: NYC masking signs cause controversy

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been clear controversy over differing opinions on wearing a mask. Some argue forcing one to wear a mask infringes on personal liberty and freedom of expression, while others believe it is a piece...

Editorial: Abortion bans attack autonomy

The access to safe abortions is becoming more restricted, as Texas, Idaho, and Tennessee began to enforce “trigger laws” August 25.  As Roe v. Wade was struck down June 24, after the Supreme Court overturned the almost 50-year-old constitutional right...

Putin’s war ongoing

By Jessica Grigolava For the past seven months, the media has gone from constantly broadcasting the news between Russia and Ukraine to barely publishing anything at all in the past few months. This is really disappointing to hear since the...

Loan forgiveness causes debate

By Rocco Golden Debt in the United States has been an issue at the forefront for decades. It’s no secret that debt is a problem, but currently, the secret seems to be the solution. As is with the current political...

‘Elvis’ swings his hips once again

By Michael Merced Jr. The King of Rock rises once more in a beautiful artistically driven new film. “Elvis” directed by Baz Luhrmann is a movie that tells the story of the career of Elvis Presley as well as the...

Editorial: EIC waves goodbye, graduates

In the fall of 2018 I moved to Plattsburgh from Anchorage, Alaska to attend SUNY Plattsburgh. I didn’t know anyone. I didn’t know the area, I just knew I wanted to study journalism. At the beginning of the semester,...
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Burghy’s Lounge returns to ACC

By: Jessica Landman The natural light shone through the floor to ceiling windows illuminating the wood floors and green couches lining the walls of the...

SA welcomes members, funds bikes

By: Aleksandra Sidorova The Student Association approved new members at its executive and senate meetings Sept. 12 and 14. The SA also granted the club...

Government funds student mental health resources

By: Aleksandra Sidorova President Alexander Enyedi sent out a campus-wide email Sept. 2 announcing an expansion of mental health resources available to students thanks to...

This Week in Photos: S’mores Night

When the night fell, students roasted marshmallows on the chilly Friday night of Sept. 16. Students making conversation around the bonfire. The social was hosted...
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