WAKANDA FOREVER!

By: Ikkiiha Mckinnon  But seriously, this movie is a must see. There was a lot of anticipation built up because who doesn’t like a good Marvel movie with a predominately black cast?! This movie is the epitome of Pan-Africanism, which came just in time to kill the scene for Black History Month. The cast was […]

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“We are in the spotlight.”

Written by: Kyler Sterner   Rehearsals have started for A Midsummer Night’s dream. Before every rehearsal Kate LoConti, the director, gives the cast and crew a pep talk. She Explains on the first day of rehearsal that this is the most serious she has ever been about a show. “We are in the spotlight. This matters. […]

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Stray Cats on Campus

Written by: Morgan Eberle Three stray cats got into the building of Niagara County Community College through the open walls made by construction in December. Students and faculty noticed cats roaming and security took care of the problem over winter break. It’s a commonly known thing that stray cats are everywhere and a lot of […]

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Calling All Lax Bros!

Written by: Owen Chapman Since 2016, Niagara County Community College has not had a men’s or woman’s lacrosse team. The school use to have a team that was coached by one of the greatest lacrosse players of all time, Rich Kilgour. He was the head coach of the men’s lacrosse team and he lead the […]

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Can the Cavs Bounce Back?

Written by: Elijah Purdue Fans following the Cleveland Cavaliers are well aware of the struggles they have been having so far this season. Many would say it’s because of the departure of the superstar point guard Kyrie Irving via trade to the Boston Celtics, who this past summer made it very clear that he did […]

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It’s Just One Drink…

Written by: Christopher Cramer, Michael Katan, Adam Brousse, Joseph Alm, Christopher Herzog Have you been to a party at school where alcohol was served? The thought of drinking alcohol will make many students enlivened with the thought of adulthood, and a sense of responsibility.  Students may not truly understand the nuances of their actions especially when […]

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Scents That Make Sense: Aromatherapy

Written by: Heather Alsop, Bridget Donovan, Chris Libroia, Sara Peters and Gretchen Mau As society is continuously changing, we are currently seeing a shift to a more holistic approach to managing mental and physical health. The perks? Natural resources are abundant, often inexpensive, and easily accessible. Now, don’t go pulling anything out of the earth and […]

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Flu Prevention for Flu Season

Written by Emilee Mongold   The flu has been going around lately, and there are clear ways to avoid catching it. Here are some tips to prevent that from happening. The first thing to do is go to your doctor and get a flu shot, that’s the number one way to prevent contraction and spreading […]

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