Wednesday, October 27, 2021

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Gruden resigns, comments made public

Carly Newton  After being hired in 2018, the Las Vegas Raiders’ Head Coach Jon Gruden has resigned five weeks into the NFL season. Oct. 11 marked his resignation after his years-old emails containing homophobic, sexist and racist language were made...

EDITORIAL: No more stolen sisters

For a country that prides itself on diversity, most cases of missing and murdered Indigenous women get swept under the rug. The National Crime Information Center reported 5,712 Native women and girls were missing as of 2016. This number...

‘Beatnik’ literature movement remembered

Hales Passino Pens and voices have proven to both be mighty swords throughout history.  The Beat Generation is a subculture that stands the test of time. In the post-war era, prominently the late 1940s through the 1960s, there were creative nonconformists...

Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune ‘Be Careful Unearthing the Past’

Jonas Ward “Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune” was the first of many in the beloved series. Development started in 2005 by Naughty Dog who also developed the extremely popular “Crash Bandicoot” games and “Jak and Daxtor” games.  Developed under the codename “Big,”...

In the Reels: Double Feature

Cameron Kaercher Craig says farewell to Bond in ‘No Time to Die’ In 2006’s “Casino Royale,” Daniel Craig ushered in a new era for James Bond. The blonde-haired, blue-eyed secret agent became more respected with this iteration after Pierce Brosnan played...

‘Sonic Adventure 2’ is easy game for beginners

Jonas Ward “Sonic Adventure 2” was the final game developed by Sonic Team USA for the original SEGA DreamCast in 2001, and is the second produced in the “Adventure” series. SEGA sadly decided to discontinue producing home video game systems...

Remember past decades with care

Hales Passino It’s a common occurrence for people to wish they grew up or lived in another decade. They wish to travel back to a time they were unable to originally experience. Some find themselves longing for a different time...

In the Reels: ‘Many Saints of Newark’ caters to fans

Cameron Kaercher The Primetime Emmy Awards were not wrong 21 times. Each award handed out to the cast and crew behind David Chase’s “The Sopranos,” was more than earned. The HBO crime drama rode the wave that was started by...

New beginning for #FreeBritney

Carly Newton Unable to make financial decisions for herself, not allowed to hire her own lawyer or staff, forced to take certain medications against her will and admitted into a psychiatric facility — no, this is not a horror movie....

EDITORIAL: Stand up for your rights

Show up, stand up and speak up. These attributes can be associated with fighting for the rights of not only yourself, but the rights of others. Since the passing of the Texas law that prohibited abortions past the detection...
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This Week in Photos: Senior Athletes

To the left: SUNY Plattsburgh women’s volleyball seniors Meghan O’Brien, Alicia Fisher, Maddy Zophy, Allyssa Rock, Olga Muka, Ann Beauchamp and Kaitlyn Bjelko smile...

Women’s hockey returns

Drew Wemple It’s been a long time coming, but the Plattsburgh State women’s hockey team is officially back in action this Friday at 7 p.m....

Plattsburgh Volleyball snaps losing streak

Drew Wemple Lady Cardinal’s volleyball team swept Northern Vermont University-Johnson at home this Wednesday. With that win, the team snapped its seven game long losing...

Mens soccer on a 4 game winning streak

Garrett Collins The SUNY Plattsburgh men’s soccer team came into Tuesday’s game versus the SUNY Canton Kangaroos with a record of 7-6-1 and right in...
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