Tuesday, April 13, 2021

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In the Reels: ‘Justice League’ tries again on HBO

Cameron Kaercher Marvel is the undisputed king of comic book cinematic universes, as the company’s development and execution of the Thanos storyline is flawless. Watching DC trying to compete against Marvel has been like watching a snail race against a...

Everard death ignites change, protest

Alexa Dumas Walking home alone is one of the scariest things a woman could do. No one knows if predators may be lurking in the shadows. Armed with keys, pepper spray, knives and tasers, women try everything in their power...

Alumnus leads saliva-based testing

Johanna Weeks SUNY Plattsburgh Alumnus, Dr. Frank Middleton, has led statewide COVID-19 pool testing. His idea to measure coronavirus through saliva was criticized and doubted. However, the saliva swab testing has impacted the campus community as well as other SUNY...

Campus frustration sparks conversation

Cromwell hosts Zoom to discuss racist comment Mataeo Smith About 90 members of the SUNY Plattsburgh community gathered Wednesday afternoon via Zoom to discuss the college’s response to Sports and Wellness Administrative Assistant Rebecca Barnes’ racist Facebook reply last May. Vice...

Social Work program gets re-accredited

Mia Morgillo The professionalism of SUNY Plattsburgh’s social work program has been backed by Council on Social Work Education accreditation since 1994, and is now re-accredited for another eight years. The program allows students to not only earn their Bachelor of...

Bjelko competes for track and volleyball

Bio-med major finds time to compete in two sports Jonas Ward Kaitlyn Bjelko, better known as KB by her friends, decided to branch out from the women’s volleyball team, to the women’s track team. She is a junior track and field...

Schrader gains practical experience at PSTV

Christyn Pettway Gillian Schrader, a double major in broadcast journalism and television video production from Saratoga Springs is currently the manager and executive producer of PSTV—SUNY Plattsburgh’s student television station. Offered to communications, TV video, broadcast journalism and digital media...

Weekly Tarot Reading

River Ashe This week’s reading comes from the Mausolea Oracle of Souls illustrated by Jason Engle. These cards have a somber theme of the darker side of mythos and depict beautiful renditions of various gods, goddesses and powerful figures from...

Fuerza provides students home away from home

Adeeb Chowdhury While discussing the role Fuerza plays at SUNY Plattsburgh, President Jade Estremera focuses on one particular theme: providing a family away from home. Fuerza: The Black and Latinx Student Union, also known simply as Fuerza, has long dedicated itself...

Composers persevere through COVID

Ryan Evans Back when the news broke that in-person instruction was coming to an end, everyone was at a loss for words. The sudden shift that followed will be something that everyone will remember for the rest of their lives....
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Warm weather impacts campus life

Natalie St. Denis After a long and winter at SUNY Plattsburgh, days are finally starting to get warmer. The first few warm days of the...

In the Reels: ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ battles on HBO

Cameron Kaercher The creation of Godzilla is rooted in history. While the original film depicted man in a rubber monster costume stomping on miniature cities...

Remembering Eddie Van Halen

Hales Passino The death of Eddie Van Halen was a sad day in the rock and roll world. After a long, severe battle with various health...

By the Books: Cleary’s legacy lives on in novels

Carly Newton The accomplished and successful children’s book author Beverly Cleary passed away at 104 years old this past March. Cleary was best known for...
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