Friday, October 23, 2020

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Editorial: BREATHE Act will provide vast change

"Black Lives Matter" is not just a phrase for Black Americans. It is not something to only say that the only lives that matter are Black people; it’s a cry to say that their lives matter too, and they...

Hiking helps students cope with COVID

By Olivia Bousquet Green is no longer the color vibrantly swaying through the trees. The soft reds, oranges and yellows of autumn have overtaken the Adirondack Mountains. Instagram, Facebook and TikTok...

Body-shaming online gets out of control

By Jess Johnson It’s 2020 — stop body shaming anyone, celebrity or not. Men and women are often the target of body-shaming. As social media users continue to rise, the pressure on women continues to increase. This pressure was, and shouldn’t...

By the Books: Styles’ beliefs portrayed inaccurately in ‘After’

By Mahpharah Khan “After” by Anna Todd is a comedy first, romance second. “After” was published in October 2014 after receiving much praise from its readers when it was posted on Wattpad, a site where fans can post their own fanfiction....

In the Reels: ‘American Utopia’ brings Broadway to television

By Cameron Kaercher Although David Byrne is a musician, he has made many notable contributions to the silver screen. His 1984 concert film “Stop Making Sense,” directed by future “Silence of the Lambs” helmer Johnathan Demme, is considered to be...

Pisces shows vulnerability

By Abigail Azadian Pisces, please take a break from staring at a wall, thinking about your most recent delusional thought to read this. Come back down to Earth for a second. Pisces, putting this gently, but your heart is going to...

First part of play performed over zoom

By Natalie St. Denis COVID-19 has hindered many events on campus. But in the case of theater, the show must go on. “The Importance of Being Earnest” is a play by Oscar Wilde about two characters, Algernon and Jack Worthing. Jack...

Cardinal Watch: Monette embraces change, new goals

By Alana Penny Senior marketing major Makayla Monette came to SUNY Plattsburgh to study nursing, but her passion changed while working at American Eagle. Monette grew up in Plattsburgh and attended Clinton Community College for two years to complete her general...

B.R.A.V.E. event promotes free speech, voting

By Nickie Hayes SUNY Plattsburgh’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion department has added a student-centered initiative called B.R.A.V.E. conversations to the campus community. B.R.A.V.E. stands for Brave, Resilient, Amplified voices for Equity-mindedness. These spaces are a way to hold conversations, requiring an...

SA plans new campus artwork for Black Lives Matter movement

By Adeeb Chowdhury SUNY Plattsburgh’s Student Association has set its sights on organizing the creation of new artwork highlighting and celebrating Black lives. The executive council meeting Oct. 12 began with a discussion of creating a new mural on campus dedicated...
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COVID-19 cases spike over past 12 days

By Drew Wemple After almost seven weeks of pooled COVID-19 testing with zero positive cases, SUNY Plattsburgh is now beginning to see its first spike. Administrators...

Flu shot importance rises with COVID-19

By Emma Vallelunga Fall means the beginning of flu season, but with the coronavirus still a major health concern across the U.S., some are contemplating...

Gen Z could determine future of U.S.

By Olivia Bousquet Move out of the way Boomers, it’s time for Generation Z to flood the voting booths and mail-in sites Nov. 3. The 18...

Bobbitt talks theater, anti-racism

By Alex Dumas The SUNY Plattsburgh Theatre Department sponsored A Conversation in Artistic Leadership with Michael J. Bobbitt, the artistic director at the New Repertory...
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