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EDITORIAL: ‘Lake of blood’ protests war

The invasion of Russia into Ukraine is still happening — and Russian residents are now fighting back through protest.  April 7, in Vilnius, Lithuania, a “lake of blood” has been created in front of the Russian embassy, to signify to...

Will Smith upset, hits Chris Rock after joke

By Jeremy Binning Will Smith and his wife Jada Pinkett-Smith have been looked at as “couple goals” since the two married in 1997. Over the past few years, they’ve been making headlines stemming from numerous rumors of infidelity between...

Doja Cat tweets, quitting music industry

By Jess Johnson Legend, psychedelic music rap star Doja Cat took to twitter March 25 to respond to the overwhelming amount of backlash she received for her cancellation of her set at Paraguay’s Asunciónico festival, due to flooding during bad...

Mothman sightings unexplainable

By Matthew Wendler A lone set of headlights drifted down a dark West Virginia road on Nov. 15, 1966. The car was a black 57 Chevy Bel Air and was being driven by a local named Roger Scarberry. It...

Editorial: Climate restoration calls for action

There is no Planet B.  This is all we have. Therefore, we need to begin to protect it, not with just legislation proposed, but with non-performative activism and practicing sustainability in our everyday lives.  In 2021, the United Nations released a...

Abortion legislation lacks morality

By Jessica Johnson   Abortion laws, once again but not surprising, are spiraling out of control.  The main problem within this legislation is that it is enacted by a white, male supremacy run institution. According to representwomen.org, a non-partisan organization, women...

Farmhouse murders shake town

By Matthew Wendler It was a cold day in late Mar. 1922 and a winter storm from the night before had caused snow to cover the ground. Andreas Gruber was the owner of the old Hinterkaifeck farmstead in the small...

Smollett takes stand, alleged hate-crime incident

By Jeremy Binning Recently, Empire actor Jussie Smollett was sentenced to 150 days in jail and a $145,000 fine for lying to the police about being the victim of a hate crime. He was recently released this past week pending...

NBA YoungBoy feud sparks fiery attention

By Jeremy Binning The hip hop community hasn’t been this divided since the mid-90s with the infamous rivalry between hip-hop legends, Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G. As many remember how that played out, both rappers were murdered 6 months apart...

The Dark Cases: Shipwreck leads to inhumanity

By Matthew Wendler The crew felt the wave’s impact as it collided with the vessel. They were sailing nearly 1,500 miles northwest of the Cape of Good Hope in the South Atlantic Ocean Jul. 5, 1884. Strong winds became prevalent...
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Cardinals Beat Saints

By Melanie Lanzo St. Lawrence University and the Plattsburgh Cardinals have a long history with previous back-to-back losses the Cardinals have experienced back in 2021....

Rugby punches ticket to nations

By Liam Sample The Plattsburgh men’s rugby team’s “miracle” run continued as they finished the regular season by winning the TNT Tournament at Memorial Field...

New, old clubs expand campus culture

By Sydney Hakes While higher education is a place for fine tuning one’s skills and defining career goals, campus life plays an important role in...

Issue 12 Horoscopes

By Sydney Hakes Aries: Taking practical action to bring a dream of yours to life should reward you today. Once you get going, a financial...
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