Realizations During COVID-19

Since the COVID-19 pandemic has reached the United States people have been panicked and cautious when they step out of their homes. Citizens in Florida and South Carolina were asked their opinion about the current state of the country based on what they’ve seen so far. What is something you’ve realized during this COVID-19 pandemic? Photo by Catherine VladimirovRachel, Airbnb Host “People tend to panic more than just think out the...

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Video Games: Just Fun, or Violence Inspiring?

Photo by Elleisha RichinsStudent’s thoughts on video games are polarizing Are video games responsible for mass shootings? Scepter asks CUNY and other NYC academic faculty, as well as students to find out.  “I feel like what is depicted in video games is very much realistic at this point and it’s a way of bringing out aggression in a nonholistic way. I think what they use in video games is what they use in real life, so yes...

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What Do You Know About KCC Art Journal?
May17

What Do You Know About KCC Art Journal?

If you are looking for a way to show everyone what you’re capable of or are tired of routine and want to do something creative, then it’s time for you to check out Antheon. A place for anyone who is interested in art or writing. Photo by Violetta BrinAntheon covers through the years. Antheon is Kingsborough’s Art-Journal. It isn’t just a typical art book, but a journal founded to publish students’ best pieces of art and literature,...

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A Player’s Perspective on the Lost CUNY Baseball Season
May16

A Player’s Perspective on the Lost CUNY Baseball Season

Photo via Abner VictorAbner Victor waiting on the pitch The Kingsborough baseball team had been preparing for months for their season to start. Now the players and coaches have to just accept that it’s canceled. Scepter sat down with the KCC Wave’s center fielder and team captain, Abner Victor, to discuss his feelings on the canceled season and his future. Scepter: So what made you come to Kingsborough?Abner: The reason...

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Learn From Me: Just Stay Home
May12

Learn From Me: Just Stay Home

As soon as the news that KBCC was transferring to distance education was in my inbox, we bought a ticket to Columbia. My fiancé and I love traveling, but everyone around us was panicking. Photo by Catherine VladimirovStay home to help fight COVID-19 People were stockpiling cleaning supplies, canned foods and toilet paper. Why toilet paper? If anything, you probably need tissues if you catch the virus. Stores ran out of masks which...

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What are KCC Students Watching?
May12

What are KCC Students Watching?

With dozens of streaming platforms at our fingertips nowadays, there are a plethora of television shows to choose from that range across hundreds of genres. KBCC students across campus spoke about the shows that left an impression on them. Their experience with each program varies from pure entertainment to a profound connection with the writing. What is your favorite Netflix show and why? Photo by Saul De LeonBrian Augustin, 18 “I...

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