Wednesday, February 24, 2021

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‘Before I Fall’ challenges stereotypes

By Carly Newton Sam is popular, has the perfect boyfriend and the seemingly perfect life. Then she dies. The next day starts with confusion. As her memories from the previous day start to occur again, Sam realizes she is reliving...

Virtual concerts affect venues, music fans

By Natalie St. Denis COVID-19 has taken what feels like everything from us. Among that long list is concerts. Concerts are a favorite pastime for the modern hipsters of the 21st century. These hipsters are the main reason independent...

Fashion forward, turning backward

By Hales Passino As style evolves throughout the years, there will always be trends from previous decades making a delighted comeback; much like an old friend stopping by to visit. What we end up realizing is that sometimes the comeback,...

Sundance Film Festival flourishes online

By Cameron Kaercher Last fall, the New York Film Festival proved that the film festival platform can exist online. While nothing can come close to the theater-going experience, all you really need for a festival is a collection of great...

Two is better than one

Stay safe. Keep your distance. Wear a mask. These three guidelines can be heard everywhere. Since the outbreak of COVID-19 last March, the rules for limiting exposure have been changing. The first was keeping a distance of six feet,...

‘My Favorite Murder’ thrills listeners

By Alexa Dumas Spooky, scary, dark and disturbing. Stories of serial killers, cults, disappearances and murder victims may turn people away from the true crime genre. Could learning about these crimes be used for good, or even for a laugh? “You’re...

Long-time editor says goodbye

By Fernando Alba I read an article by the Washington Post back in September on how student journalists across the country are reporting on how the coronavirus is affecting their campuses. A lot of that article resonated with me, but...

Students cope with stress from election

By Olivia Bousquet Imagine walking down Rugar Street on a crisp fall day with leaves clinging to the trees. Upon passing by the Angel College Center, a crew of people are boarding up the glass doors with plywood. There is no...

Students won’t continue COVID precautions

By Mataeo Smith SUNY Plattsburgh has done a great job enforcing COVID-19 regulations on campus during the most unprecedented semester of our lives. However, the issue at hand pertains to whether students continue to be cautious while at home. The student...

Restrictions out of control

By Jessica Johnson It is time that country leaders are held accountable for controlling basic human rights: a woman’s right to her own body. Poland’s recent outlaw by the courts proves this. In Central Europe, on Oct. 22, the Constitutional Tribunal in...
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Two fitness and wellness students win awards at Sports Medicine conference

By Olivia Bousquet Two fitness and wellness leadership students received top prizes for their submitted research from the Greater New York American College of Sports...

Kent Hall residents get new microfridges

By Natalie St. Denis Kent Hall residents returned to their dorms at the start of the Spring semester to find a microfridge in each...

Feinberg Library utilizes curbside pick-up

By Alexa Dumas The start of the spring semester has been met with many difficulties, not just for students, but for faculty and staff as...

Students celebrate black history

By Mataeo Smith This black history month, students are challenged with educating themselves on the fundamentals of activism through the struggles of early black americans....
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