Thursday, December 1, 2022

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NASA discovers ‘fingerprint’ in space

By Rocco Golden Recently, nearly a year after it was launched into outer space, NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope discovered something remarkable. Around 5,000 light years away from our home planet lies, at a minimum, 17 concentric dust rings coming...

Museums, history of colonialism

By Bryn Fawn Museums are amazing additions to society by creating an atmosphere of wonder and allow those curious enough to learn about their subject of choice. Science museums are wonderful for children and adults alike, teaching scientific concepts in...

Editorial: Loan forgiveness begins, students save

President Joe Biden has finally released the student loan debt relief application after making promises back in August. The relief program will relieve up to $20,000 for students who receive Pell Grants, and up to $10,000 for those who...

Asexual Awareness Week approaches

By Bryn Fawn Asexual Awareness week takes place this year from Oct. 23 to Oct. 29. Asexuality is defined as an individual who experiences no sexual attraction. They do not find any person, any body nor any characteristic sexually appealing....

Kanye West exhibits antisemitism, hatred

By Bryn Fawn Kanye West’s name has been unable to escape headlines these last few weeks. It has not been this way since his endorsement of Trump in the 2020 election. West was unable to escape the view from onlookers,...

Fall’s unreasonable expectations, outcomes

By Rocco Golden The season of fall is seen as a magical time of year. Across the weeks, almost everyone finds time to enjoy the colors, the seasonal food or even some extensive decorating for the scariest time of the...

Fishing ethics in North Country

By Rocco Golden Fishing on the lake runs year-round, with ice fishing being prominent during the winter. Fishing is most popular during the summer with many fishing tournaments taking place. Among a smaller amount of people, there is a bit of...

Editorial: Exercise Your Right To Vote

The deadline for voter registration is today, Oct. 14, whether by mail, in-person or online. Those of age and of legal citizenship status should register as soon as possible if they have not yet registered. For New York residents,...

Dream unveils face, internet responds

By Bryn Fawn Dream, one of the largest Minecraft YouTubers of our lifetime, unveiled his appearance for the first time Oct. 2. Amassing 31 million subscribers as of yesterday, this event was history for the platform, on the same level...

Remembering Indigenous history

By Bryn Fawn Last weekend, many Plattsburgh students eagerly migrated home for the long awaited Indigenous Peoples’ break. Many teachers canceled classes on Friday as well, permitting students to extend their break. Instagram, Facebook and Twitter were filled with posts...
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Students discuss 2022 midterms

By Jessica Landman The day following the election, Daniel Lake, associate professor of political science, hosted a discussion to review the campaigns leading up to...

November: Time for giving

By Jessica Landman With the holiday season approaching, many shift their focus to giving back to those around them. There are several events happening on...

Women’s Basketball Splits Tournament

By Liam Sample The Plattsburgh’s women’s basketball team (2-2) hosted its lone tournament of the year, the Cardinal Classic, Nov. 11 and 12 at Memorial...

Project HELP supports philanthropy

By Kiara Mapp In an effort to assist students in volunteer work and community service, the Center for Student Involvement opens the gateway to finding...
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