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Two conductors watch as a passenger steps off the train at the Westport station. The Metro-North line ridership statistics had slowly been stabilizing since the start of pandemic in March but recently plummeted. The decrease in ticket sales have created more seat vacancies than usual.

Metro-North ridership dropping, displacing student commuters

Eliza Barr '21, Photography Director December 14, 2020

On a typical Saturday at 11 a.m., you could find Jane Krauss ’21 getting off her train at Grand Central Station. From there, she would make her way to 23rd street, where the School of Visual Arts was...

I watched the new seven-hour Netflix show so you don’t have to

I watched the new seven-hour Netflix show so you don’t have to

September 29, 2016

Amelia Brown ’18 Features Editor Television is now on the same page as classic literature, films and music, in regards to the fact that you, as an educated young adult, are expected to be able to...

Trains Slow and Stall Staples Commutes

Trains Slow and Stall Staples Commutes

Jackie Cope, Opinions Editor September 26, 2013

In Mount Vernon, New York, a high voltage feeder cable failed at 5:20 on Wednesday morning. The result? A power outage in New Haven’s Metro-North Railroad Line and a complete stall in traffic between...

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