B.L.M. and NCCC

by Mikayla Halliday                                 The Black Lives Matter movement has become one of the most significant movements in U.S. history. On June 6th, more than half a million people participated in protests in around 550 places across the United States. That one day had more protests than an entire month, and they continue to […]

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Vote 2020

by Alexis Workman On September 29, 2020, the first of the presidential debate took place, broadcast all over the United States. In this day and time, we have more audiences and internet to voice our opinions.  By far, people state this have been the most intense debate in history.  The debate is between Joe Biden […]

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Arming Our Students

By: H. Carl McCall,, Chairman of SUNY Board of Trustees   More than seven thousand children have been killed as a result of gun violence since the horrific massacre that occurred at Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012. Seven thousand. We will never know who these children would have grown to become or […]

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