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Monthly Archives: May, 2018

SA wraps up semester with resolutions

The Plattsburgh State Student Association held its final meeting of the semester in the Cardinal Lounge of the Angell College Center at 9:15 p.m....

Cards end season, look to retool

The Plattsburgh State softball team recorded another strong season, posting a 10-8 SUNYAC Conference record that qualified the team for the SUNYAC tournament where...

Food on campus: yum or yuck?

Let’s be honest, our on-campus food sucks. Since living off campus, I’ve been able to establish much healthier eating habits because I’m finally not...

Dressing for the job you want

Every college student has been there — waking up at 8:55 a.m. for a 9 a.m. class, throwing on sweats and a baggy T-shirt...

Black Lives Matter potluck builds bridges

A small white church on Palmer Street, adorned with stained glass windows and an LGBT pride flag, is the home of the Unitarian Universalist...

Power outage doesn’t stop Autism Alliance Walk

A windstorm struck down trees and power lines across the North Country last Friday night, but that didn’t stop the Autism Alliance of Northeastern...

How to de-stress during finals week

As the semester comes to an end and finals begin, we often stress ourselves out with studying and cramming a semester’s worth of work...

Delacruz leaves behind legacy as leader

Plattsburgh State senior Antonellie “Nelly” Delacruz: better known as the orientation leader who played “Cotton Eye Joe” while anticipated freshman stood on line waiting...

Club Spotlight: National Association of Black Accountants

In December of 1969, nine African-American men met in New York City to discuss the challenges they faced in the profession of accounting. Out...

Another semester gone

Another finals week approaching and another semester gone. This time, though, it feels different. It’s likely been years since Plattsburgh State has seen a period quite...

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COVID-19 cases spike over past 12 days

By Drew Wemple After almost seven weeks of pooled COVID-19 testing with zero positive cases, SUNY Plattsburgh is now beginning to see its first spike. Administrators...

Flu shot importance rises with COVID-19

By Emma Vallelunga Fall means the beginning of flu season, but with the coronavirus still a major health concern across the U.S., some are contemplating...

Gen Z could determine future of U.S.

By Olivia Bousquet Move out of the way Boomers, it’s time for Generation Z to flood the voting booths and mail-in sites Nov. 3. The 18...