Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Opinions

Editorial: Board builds campus trust

As college students, we are learning how to budget our money — saving here and there and treating ourselves when we want to spend that extra time out with our friends. It’s a give and take methodology. PSUC...

Unconscious bias still present in nation

ew York Times in which he discusses institutional racism and particular studies that enforce that it does exist. A study conducted by Harvard University sent young white and black men out into the job market with identical resumes to...

Present romance films miss realistic mark

Romance movies have received a bad reputation from the public over time. They’re treated as the fluffy movie genre likely to make you roll your eyes when the trailer starts. It makes you wonder why romance movies have become...

Millennials want stability before home

For college students, owning a home seems like a far-away, hypothetical dream we only speak about in terms of, “When I grow up . . .” The scary thought is, we are almost all grown up. Many of us are...

Considering Clinton this election

Many people all across the country have decided to disregard Hillary Clinton has a viable presidential candidate. Only “37 percent of people believe Hillary Clinton is honest and trustworthy,” according to a Washington Post-ABC News national poll. Why are some...

Editorial: Empathy encouraged in film

This campaign season, the United States presidential candidates have been covering societal issues in statements, debates and interviews. One topic that has been heavily present in the media is immigration policies. Some candidates have said terrible things regarding their stance...

Outdated technology can still serve purpose

We live in a time when things are constantly being created, recreated and made better. Most inventions from the past are usually forgotten about or discarded when a newer version is presented. However, some items have the ability to stay...

Discrimination case at university

Columbia University is currently facing a gender discrimination lawsuit from Assistant Professor of Finance Enrichetta Ravina. Ravina who claims she was subjected to gender discrimination and sexual harassment and is asking for more time to apply for tenure along...

Students join together, end stereotypes

Today marks the start of Islam Awareness Month, which is a celebration of Islam as a religion and culture, as well as pushing back against stereotypes that some news outlets and politicians have been putting out for years. At Boston...

Editorial: Officer put away for abuse

Oklahoma City Police Department has been under scrutiny lately because of a case involving now-ex-Oklahoma City officer Daniel Holtzclaw and 13 women, 17 to 57 years old, who accused him of assaults and rape. He has since been convicted...
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This Week in Photos: Semester Recap (May 7, 2021)

Nursing students work at the vaccination clinic in Memorial Hall and pose together for a group photo.

Student Art Spotlight: Jade Nguyen (April 30, 2021)

Hi, my name is Jade and I am a senior graphic designer and photographer from Vietnam. The Clay Pot Eatery and Bar is a...

This Week in Photos: SUNY Fest (April 30, 2021)

Despite having Kesha perform for this year’s virtual SUNY Fest, about nine students showed up to Memorial field for the showing of the concert.

Student Art Spotlight: Audrey Lapinski (April 23, 2021)

Hi! I’m Audrey and I’m a senior B.A. student concentrating in graphic design. A lot of my work focuses on the more mundane moments...
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