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‘Parasite’ has serious Oscar potential

Last weekend, Bong Joon-ho’s “Parasite” was screened to a crowd of 200 people in Burlington at the Vermont International Film Festival. In a packed auditorium,...

VP creates program, sparks conversation surrounding race

Open discussion and dialogue is the main topic of conversation this semester as the Center for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion launches a new program,...

THC vaping responsible for majority lung illnesses

Nicotine vaping has been under fire recently due to vaping-related deaths and illnesses, and it’s unknown effect on the lungs. What was once seen...

Roberts sets personal best, suffers joint injury

Junior runner Jazz Roberts was awarded Women’s Cross Country Runner of the Week by the SUNYAC for the third time this season. “A good sign...

Users say goodbye to iTunes software

The new MAC operating system from Apple, macOS Catalina is putting iTunes in the past. Some people might be thinking: “How can iTunes be dead?”...

Presidential candidate’s history raises concerns

Anne Huot, who is currently in the race for SUNY Plattsburgh president, has been a presidential hopeful since resigning as president of Keene State...

Katonka looks to run it back, win it all again

Stepping into her junior year, Annie Katonka is expecting to work her way up consistently with the team and win the national championship again. Katonka...

CANDIDATE CORNER: Mayor Pete hopes for new, younger Democratic Party

Mayor of South Bend, Indiana, Pete Buttigieg taught himself Norweigan and can understand Spanish, Maltese, Arabic and French. He was a Rhodes scholar, served...

Animal Rescue & Welfare Services aids stray cats

The Animal Rescue and Welfare Services’ mission is to better the lives of stray cats and lessen the stray population in Plattsburgh. It does...

First film made about Rohingya Genocide screened, Q&A

Yusuf Zine documented the state-sponsored attacks on the Rohingya, an indiginous Muslim minority in Myanmar, formally known as Burma, in his film “I Am...

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EDITORIAL: Celebrate your voice on Student Press Freedom Day

  What are the benefits of a student-run newspaper? Some students find the significance of reporting on important issues on and off-campus, while others gain...

The Weeknd stuns, sparks memes

By Natalie St. Denis R&B singer The Weeknd kicked off the Super Bowl LV’s Pepsi Halftime Show sitting in a vintage car, as a figure...

Woodstock music festival revisited

By Hales Passino From Aug. 15 to Aug. 18, 1969, nearly half a million free-spirited souls from all walks of life gathered on a small...

‘iCarly’ stirs up nostalgia on Netflix

By Natalie St. Denis The smash hit sitcom “iCarly” was a memorable part of many childhoods. The show features a group of friends from Seattle,...