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Bjelko competes for track and volleyball

Bio-med major finds time to compete in two sports Jonas Ward Kaitlyn Bjelko, better known as KB by her friends, decided to branch out from the...

Schrader gains practical experience at PSTV

Christyn Pettway Gillian Schrader, a double major in broadcast journalism and television video production from Saratoga Springs is currently the manager and executive producer of...

Fuerza provides students home away from home

Adeeb Chowdhury While discussing the role Fuerza plays at SUNY Plattsburgh, President Jade Estremera focuses on one particular theme: providing a family away from home. Fuerza:...

Composers persevere through COVID

Ryan Evans Back when the news broke that in-person instruction was coming to an end, everyone was at a loss for words. The sudden shift...

Wickmoore Trio combines jazz, psychedelic rock

Sarah Apple Combining jazz and psychedelic rock may seem baffling and even impossible, but not to Plattsburgh’s Wickmoore Jazz Trio. Composed of brothers Nelson on...

In the Reels: ‘The Sparks Brothers’ celebrates duo

Cameron Kaercher Edgar Wright makes films for film geeks. His breakout hit, “Shaun of the Dead” mixed George Romero-inspired zombie gore with his own dry...

EDITORIAL: Stop Asian American hate

Cardinal Points Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the rise of Asian American and Pacific Islander hate has been on the rise. When the...

Artists steal spotlight at Grammy Awards

Natalie St. Denis Celebrities like Post Malone, Harry Styles and Cardi B were finally able to gather together for a night of music, masked up...

Pandemic impacts music students

Thomas Bouchard When COVID-19 hit last March, neither colleges nor students were prepared for prolonged campus closures. In a span of less than a week,...

Biden’s debt plan impacts students

Alexa Dumas The newly elected Biden administration has been enacting relief plans to aid the current economic crisis due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and...

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Students hope for normal semester

Natalie St. Denis After another long, pandemic-ridden semester, many students are looking forward to the fall semester. President Alexander Enyedi sent an email to...

EDITORIAL: Students must get vaccinated

Cardinal Points The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted life and made society reshape what normalcy is. Masks, hand sanitizer and social distancing are all terms that created...

In the Reels: ‘Concrete Cowboy’ saddles up on Netflix

Cameron Kaercher The western is a classic American genre of filmmaking. Cowboys, riding into a town overrun with outlaws to restore order, were staples of...

Inappropriate ‘Spongebob’ Episodes Cut

Carly Newton Two episodes of the cartoon “Spongebob Squarepants” were recently removed from syndication due to the potential offensive content. One episode that had gone...