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Monthly Archives: May, 2018

PSUC softball survives day one of SUNYAC tournament

After losing Thursday in its first game at the SUNYAC championships, Plattsburgh State’s softball team needed to play against Buffalo State like there was...

Temperatures rise, but campus climate cools: Task Force begins meetings

On a micro-level, Plattsburgh State wants to tackle the nation’s most gripping controversies at home. As an onslaught of race and diversity issues racked PSUC,...

Women’s lacrosse set for jump from club to varsity

The 18th varsity sport at Plattsburgh State, the women’s lacrosse team, is prepared to make the final leap to SUNYAC competition for the 2019...

Della Ratta balances academics and athletics

Student-athlete. That role contains two parts. The NCAA will say its players are students before they are athletes, but the ideal student-athlete excels at...

Task force aims to bring change

In the wake of the racist Snapchat incident this past February, many solutions on how to move forward have been proposed by students, professors,...

Infinity War bucks Marvel trends

They went for it, by God did they go for it. Walking out of “Avengers: Infinity War,” one thing is for certain; you will not...

V-Nation shares Vietnamese traditions and friendship

From Moon Festival to Lunar New Year, V-Nation, a student organization of Plattsburgh State, aims to introduce and promote Vietnamese culture to students on...

Annual Spring Carnival blown away

Wednesday afternoon, Plattsburgh State students braved powerful gusts of wind and spells of rain to attend the annual Spring Carnival, hosted by College Auxiliary...

Herring explores different cultures and personal limits

Plattsburgh State sophomore expeditionary studies major Mike Herring finds beauty in learning about indigenous cultures. His open-minded attitude inspired him to step out of...

A tale of two chiefs: Two announce retirements

University police chief to retire after 32 years of service After 32 years with the New York State University Police and a challenging spring 2018...

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Sibley continues to provide child care during pandemic

By Drew Wemple SUNY Plattsburgh’s Child Care Center in Sibley Hall has had to evolve during the pandemic. Reopening in early June, the center has once...

Spring 2021 calendar changes with COVID-19

By Emma Vallelunga Next semester won’t be the same. The concerns of college reopening plans during the coronavirus pandemic has caused the administrative staff at...

Editorial: Farewell RBG

The world, as crazy and unpredictable as it may seem right now, lost another hero Sept. 18. We know her as Supreme Court Justice...