How the 2020 Election has affected Students and Staff at SUNY Broome

Thomas Corey | November 3rd, 2020 has arrived. A day in which many people are claiming is the most important election of our lifetime. At SUNY Broome, many students find themselves anxiously awaiting the results of the election and thinking about how it could change their futures. Chairperson of the Communications and Media arts department,Continue reading “How the 2020 Election has affected Students and Staff at SUNY Broome”

The Presidential Horse Race Enters Its Final Stretch

By Dominick Matarese | With less than a week to go until election night, both incumbent President Donald Trump, and his Democratic challenger, former Vice President Joe Biden, are leaving no shot left unfired and no stone left unturned. Heading into election night, Joe Biden is the favorite to win both the popular vote, andContinue reading “The Presidential Horse Race Enters Its Final Stretch”

Amy Coney Barret Confirmed To Supreme Court

By Hannah Natale | Ruth Bader Ginsberg was a justice on the US Supreme Court since 1993. In her recent passing, President Donald Trump has elected a new Associate Justice, Amy Coney Barrett, 48. Barrett has been confirmed for the Supreme Court, here is a look into her background.  A New Orleans native, Barrett wasContinue reading “Amy Coney Barret Confirmed To Supreme Court”

Brindisi, Tenney, and Price: The 10-22 Congressional Debate

By Jarred Woodward |             The second-to-last NY-22 congressional debate took place on October 22, 2020 with current incumbent Anthony Brindisi going up against Republican nominee and former congresswoman Claudia Tenney and Libertarian candidate Keith Price. The debate was hosted by WSKG and the League of Women Voters, moderated by WSKG editor Gabe Alteri, and broadcastedContinue reading “Brindisi, Tenney, and Price: The 10-22 Congressional Debate”