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SUNY Oneonta Remembers Terrence Parker

Campus News Terrance Mcleod and Tyriq Butler Staff Writers On Monday, September 8, Terrence Emanuel Parker, a 2014 graduate of SUNY Oneonta, passed away after falling into a week-long coma. …

Big Sean Draws Thousands to SUNY Oneonta Campus

Adia Watts Culture Editor Our Culture Editor, Adia, with Big Sean after his show. This past Saturday, the atmosphere on campus was electric. Over 2000 people came from far and …

Students Gather to Incite Change

Reilly Van Dyke, Indiana Nash & Cady Kuzmich Staff Writer, Editor-in-Chief & News Editor Photo by Kei Tanaka Students walked through the library holding signs under their arms as they …

Rick Nash Rising

19 November 2014

Bobby Lemaire, Sports Editor On July 23, 2012, the New York Rangers made a trade that was supposed to be one of the biggest in franchise history. The Rangers traded …

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The Five Best Thanksgiving Tunes

19 November 2014

Marielle Genovesi, Arts Editor  While the entire commercial universe enjoys skipping through Thanksgiving and getting right to Christmas, nothing beats a holiday solely dedicated to remembering all you’re thankful for …

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An Exclusive Interview with S.H.I.F.T., SUNY Oneonta’s Human Rights Club

19 November 2014

Cady Sharp Kuzmich, Editor-in-Chief Jason Bartlett, a senior International Studies and Spanish dual major, founded SUNY Oneonta’s first student-led human rights organization. The club’s name, S.H.I.F.T., is an acronym for …

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“Basic Bitch”

19 November 2014

Marielle Genovesi, Arts Editor At first it took me a while to notice the term “Basic Bitch.” I guess it could be my lack of amusement by another derogatory term …

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Way Back Wednesday: Winter Edition, ‘The Midnight Organ Fight’ by Frightened Rabbit

19 November 2014

Richie Feathers, Managing Editor  A single day of snowfall is all we need to know that the year is moving right along and that winter is on its way. Either …

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Inter Arma Blazes Their Own Trail With ‘The Cavern’

19 November 2014

Sam Shereck, Contributing Writer  The Cavern is a 45-minute sonic journey through vast and destitute expanses of the wilderness and the mind. The 45-minute runtime would constitute a full LP …

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Giancarlo’s Massive Deal

19 November 2014

Taylor Hoysradt, Copy Editor On November 15, the Miami Marlins and franchise superstar Giancarlo Stanton agreed to terms on a 13-year/$325 million deal, breaking the record of 10-year/$275 million set …

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Mixed Messages in “All About That Bass”

19 November 2014

Rebecca Pollard, Staff Writer American recording artist Meghan Trainor’s popular single “All About That Bass” was released by Epic Records this past June and was immediately a hit among listeners. …

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Way Back Wednesday: Winter Edition, Soundgarden : ‘Superunknown’

19 November 2014

Pat Boody, Staff Writer  On March 8, 1994, Soundgarden released their studio album Superunknown. The album was released under A&M Records, one of the most renowned labels in the music …

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Foods That’ll Help Your Skin Glow

19 November 2014

Maureen Auricchio- Staff Writer Nutrition is the basis of our bodies. We use the nutrients in food to fuel our cells which allows them to function properly. The first place …

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