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Bob Dylan influences the decade

For the better part of 60 years, Bob Dylan has been a prominent folk-rock figure and influential individual. He has released 39 studio albums, won many honorable awards like the Nobel Peace Prize, Kennedy Center Honors, Presidential Medal of...

‘Remote’ sees pandemic release

Los Angeles trio, Wallows, released their “Remote” Extended Play (EP) in Oct. 2020. The indie rock band is composed of Dylan Minnette, star of the popular Netflix drama “13 Reasons Why,” Braeden Lemasters and Cole Preston. They released the...

EDITORIAL: Just say no to parties

After almost a full year of COVID-19 regulations and restrictions, students have had to adjust to virtual education and social distancing. Once the announcement was made that students could return to campus for limited in-person classes, some jumped at...

In the Reels : Coming of Age reimagined in “Minari”

This year’s Golden Globes nominations caused controversy online as “Minari” was only nominated for Best Foreign Language Film. It prompted Lulu Wang and Daniel Dae Kim to speak out online against the categorization. How could a film that was...

By The Books: Troubled Relationships define “Girl on the Train”

Rachel Watson, a 32-year-old divorcee and alcoholic, rides the same train everyday so she can get a glimpse of her old house. The house in which her ex-husband, Tom, lives in with his new wife, Anna. Rachel becomes intrigued...

Foreign concerns for President Biden

The newly elected Biden administration will soon need to make a decision about the United States’ level of involvement in Afghanistan. This plan of involvement will affect the U.S. military and the continual effort in the conflict. President Joe Biden’s...

Virtual Empowerment Day deems success

Over 800 students attending SUNY Plattsburgh utilize the services from the Student Accessibility Services. Students can receive accommodations for extended time on exams, note-taking services, tutoring, access mobility services, registering emotional support animals, housing and advocacy services. On Feb....

Clinton Dining Hall Restrictions

Clinton Dining Hall has changed it’s COVID-19 restrictions from last semester. The rules are less strict, but still aid in following the social distancing guidelines. Specifically, the plates, silverware, and cups are now all reusable, the drink station is...

Game On For Giving Recap

SUNY Plattsburgh’s fifth annual “Game on For Giving” concluded its donation period Feb. 15. The event was created as a joint effort between the Institutional Advancement Staff and the SUNY Plattsburgh Athletics Department. It serves as a way for...

Retired executive assistant to the dean dies

Retired Executive Assistant to the Dean of Arts and Sciences Albert Mihalek—who spent nearly 43 years of his life a part of the SUNY Plattsburgh community—died in his Plattsburgh home Feb. 14 leaving behind a benevolent memory among friends...
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‘Remote’ sees pandemic release

Los Angeles trio, Wallows, released their “Remote” Extended Play (EP) in Oct. 2020. The indie rock band is composed of Dylan Minnette, star of...

EDITORIAL: Just say no to parties

After almost a full year of COVID-19 regulations and restrictions, students have had to adjust to virtual education and social distancing. Once the announcement...

In the Reels : Coming of Age reimagined in “Minari”

This year’s Golden Globes nominations caused controversy online as “Minari” was only nominated for Best Foreign Language Film. It prompted Lulu Wang and Daniel...

By The Books: Troubled Relationships define “Girl on the Train”

Rachel Watson, a 32-year-old divorcee and alcoholic, rides the same train everyday so she can get a glimpse of her old house. The house...
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