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Old trends seen at Coachella

Welcome to Coachella, California road sign with palm trees backdrop   By Victoria Campbell Coachella trends are becoming the talk of the fashion world, whether that’s because of the influencers, artists or makeup.  Streetwear fashion has increasingly become more prevalent during these festivals,...

Reflecting on climate change and its effects

  By Nadia Paschal Earth day was April 22, and that meant social media feeds were inundated with pictures of lakes, forests, animals, plants and everyone enjoying Mother Nature.  With so many people sharing how much they love the Earth and want...

‘Immaculate’ slow, boring

  By Kolin Kriner After watching the disappointment that was “Imaginary,” I was set on watching a movie that I assumed I would enjoy. “Immaculate,” directed by Michael Mohan, did not deliver, despite its misleading name.  A very slow burn with very...

College dating culture harmful

  By Victoria Campbell  Online dating apps are growing in popularity in the college environment. Convenience has become a primary reason why several people use apps like Tinder and Bumble.  With so many profiles available, it seems guaranteed that someone would find...

Female role models changed over time

  By Nadia Paschal Pop culture is constantly evolving, and it can be hard to keep up with what or who is in or out. However, one thing has remained constant, and that is the importance of role models. It’s especially...

Greek life on resume affects hiring process

  By Victoria Campbell Greek life in the media is often portrayed as being superficial and full of partying. It can offer a more fulfilling college experience. However, college students may be hesitant to include Greek life on their resume because...

“Imaginary’ fails in all forms

  By Kolin Kriner This film got one thing right, and that was titling it after all the people who enjoyed it.  2024’s “Imaginary” is a dumpster fire of a Blumhouse film directed by Jeff Wadlow, that somehow failed at achieving one...

Education majors speak on program

(Left to right) Kiersten Wilkinson, Erin Lawliss, Prof. Kathryn Alton, Megan Tannacore, Mallory Hughes and Jillian Beauchamp at their undergraduate commencement.   By Nadia Paschal Many students come to SUNY Plattsburgh for the school’s education program, where they can complete their undergraduate...

Hollywood swaps originality for reboots

Wall of movie posters at the Regal Champlain Centre in Plattsburgh.   By Nadia Paschal Hollywood has been making movies since 1908, and many trends have come and gone since then. Since its conception, the film industry has made massive changes, yet...

The appeal of luxury brands

Chiang Rai, Thailand: September 30, 2019 - Close-up and top view of Chanel elegance women's accessories fashion black shoulder leather bag with golden chain in box.   By Victoria Campbell Luxury brands continue to have a hold on consumers with their unique...
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