Friday, December 9, 2022

Arts & Culture

Ceremony celebrates LGBT students

By Kennedy Tavares For the first time ever, SUNY Plattsburgh’s office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and the LGBTQ+ Resource Committee teamed up to host a Lavender Ceremony for the fall graduating class Wednesday, Dec. 7 in Krinovitz Recital Hall. A...

Kent exhibition shows beginnings

By Sydney Hakes  As the spring semester comes to an end, a new exhibition is just beginning its nine month run on campus. “Origins: The Evolution of an Artist and his Craft” will be running in the Kent Gallery on...

Fuerza spreads spirit

By Kiyanna Noel Fuerza: The BIPOC Student Union hosted a spirit week on campus Nov. 28 to Dec. 2. The themes were different each day and encouraged students to dress up as a way to show school spirit after returning...

Issue 11 In the Stars

By Kiyanna Noel   Capricorn: The Four of Worlds card represents a fresh start. No time like the present to go after what you’ve been fantasizing about.   Aquarius: The Child of Wands card represents seeking information and wanting to gain more knowledge....

Volleyball club digs up new members

By Jessica Landman The volleyball club here on the SUNY Plattsburgh campus is an attraction for a large number of students for a plethora of reasons.   The volleyball club is the largest student run club on campus with over 40 official...

Issue 10 In the Stars

By Kiyanna Noel   Capricorn: The Three of Crystals card represents expressing your creativity. Try to allow new ideas in because you can create something new and innovative.   Aquarius: The Death card represents how things must end and you should live every...

African Unity’s annual banquet returns

By Kiyanna Noel African Unity: The African Student Association presents its 6th annual banquet, this year’s theme being UBUNYE: Wedding Party. It will be taking place in the Warren Ballrooms of the Angell College Center Dec. 3 at 6:30 p.m....

Students enter local music scene

By McKenzie Murphy SUNY Plattsburgh is a college known for its clubs, organizations and engaging student life, but what about its bands? For these students, being in college bands have changed their college lives. Seeing the two different bands, it can...

Ski, snowboard club shreds again

By Jess Landman The winter season quickly approaches and, with it, the winter sports that many enjoy.  With SUNY Plattsburgh being nestled in the northern Adirondacks, it makes this college the perfect destination for students who enjoy winter activities, such as...

Project HELP supports philanthropy

By Kiara Mapp In an effort to assist students in volunteer work and community service, the Center for Student Involvement opens the gateway to finding missions that need help on campus. Project HELP allows students to get involved in day-to-day work...
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This Week in Photos: African Wedding

Bride Demetria Baptiste and groom Christian Morgan hold hands as they walk past a lively crowd. They had just gotten “married.” The theme for the...

WHKY loses, then sinks rival

By Collin Bolebruch  Winning is fun, but it can’t last forever. The Plattsburgh Cardinals women’s hockey team held a regular season conference undefeated streak of...

Q&A with Eli Shiller

By Liam Sample Eli Shiller is a first-year goaltender for the Plattsburgh men’s hockey team. Since making his start Nov. 11 against Brockport, where he...

Issue 11 Cardinal Clips

Dakota Gilbert / Cardinal Points Men’s Basketball By Liam Sample The Plattsburgh men’s basketball team (3-6) traveled to Oneonta (6-2) and New Paltz (5-2) for its...
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