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Coronavirus in Italy Sends Home Study Abroad Students

Camels Abroad, News, World News

Three months ago I woke up, slipped on my running sneakers, and put in my earbuds to listen to that day’s NPR: Up First podcast. Hosts...

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Ongoing Disasters in Puerto Rico Continue to be Ignored

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Since December, tremors have been wreaking havoc in Puerto Rico on a daily basis. The first earthquake left more than 8,000 people living...

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Warriors Out for Blood

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Five months ago, the best team in basketball, the Golden State Warriors, and the best player in basketball, Lebron James, competed against...

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Reflections on Investigative Journalism in a Time of Upheaval on College Campuses

Featured, Opinions, World News

Most of the reportage that this newspaper does is quite local. Something happens on campus, and we cover it. In the process, we may speak...

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Letters from Paris: Students’ Stories of Terrorism

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On Jan. 7, 2015, twelve people were killed in Paris when Islamic extremists responded violently to a depiction of Muhammad by French...

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Letters from Paris: Students’ Stories of Terrorism

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Editors Note: John Sargent is a junior studying abroad in Paris, France during the Fall 2015 semester.  The clock on my phone read 4:34...

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Racist Caricature in Student Journalism

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On Oct. 23, SUNY Plattsburgh’s student-run newspaper, The Cardinal Points, reached the national spotlight following its publication of a...

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Syrian Task Force Established on Campus

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At the height of the crisis this year, as many as 10,000 migrants a day sought entry to Europe. Causalities of failed states, these 60...

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