Tuesday, June 15, 2021

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Local entrepreneur keeps loyal customers

The sounds of sports games and music flood through the flat-screen TV and sports memorabilia-covered room. The music is just a taste of what customers can expect when they venture into Chefy’s Bar and Grill. Owner, Chris Duquette is no...

Bending Back Stress

Increased flexibility, boosted immunity, eased migraines and peace of mind — all healthy outcomes of practicing yoga regularly. Yoga is gaining momentum in the U.S. as it is helping people improve their health, according to huffingtonpost.com. The city of Plattsburgh has...

Technology ruins synergy

“Elizabeth liked your profile picture on Facebook.” “Ryan shared a photo of you on Instagram.” All smartphone users would agree these are the typical notifications one receives in the span of 5 minutes. And we always have to answer them, even...

KKK recruits with goodies

The Ku Klux Klan is a group that many are familiar with if they have taken any basic US history class. The white supremacist group that herds the South, spreads racist rants, and in previous decades has held lynchings...

New social media app facilitates bullying, privacy invasion

Our generation is obsessed with finding the next biggest social media app, one that will serve as an escape from the reality we are now blinded from. A new app called “Yik Yak” is not only consuming the lives...

Campus cable changes annoy sports fans

As I sit in my dorm watching TV, I flip to the guide to find a channel I want to watch. When I finally find a channel with a program I want to watch, suddenly, I can’t watch it....

Nail polish more than ordinary cosmetic

It’s Friday night, and your classes are done for the week. You’re 20-something, and just bought that cute new dress to wear. Going out with your friends is what you’ve been looking forward to all week. So you go...

Editorial: Entry-level jobs disappearing

Reality becomes more present as four years of college pass by. Students pass through the doors, prepared for learning, fun and what comes next. Most emerge victorious with varying degrees in tow. Whether students accept it or not, college’s...

New study shows lack of entry-level jobs

It looks like missing the unlimited dining hall food isn’t the only thing to dread about leaving college — according to a new Wall Street Journal report, the job market for entry-level jobs isn’t promising. The Wall Street Journal reports...

New law cracks down on repeat DWI offenders

With students returning to campus for the fall semester, Plattsburgh City Police and University Police have teamed up to utilize new measures for reducing drunk driving risks. Vince’s Law, a law put in place to keep repeat DWI felons out...
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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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