Monday, October 25, 2021

Cardinal Watch

Cardinal Watch: Serafini finds second home at Honors Center

Serena Ganesan Nina Serafini is a lot of things, but one thing that overpowers others is that she is often described as a “badass.” As a triple English major, of writing arts, language arts, and literature accompanied by a psychology...

Cardinal Watch: Diaz uses exchange program to promote mental health awareness

Adeeb Chowdhury When asked about his arrival to the United States, Fernando Diaz responds by playing the opening scene from the 1983 Hollywood gangster film “Scarface.” The movie opened with the Cuban refugee-turned-drug-lord Tony Montana, played by Al Pacino, being questioned...

Cardinal Watch: Mohammed takes risks, expands business

Fernando Diaz  Almost 7000 miles away from home, today on our campus there is a student leader who represents the values of hard work, adaptation, and passion. Her name is Ebtisam Abdulhadi Mohammed, born in Ethiopia and CEO of IV...

Cardinal Watch: Townes finds herself, new passions

Natalie St Denis Senior Madison Townes has had a passion for her major, TV and video production since she was young. “I’ve always wanted to be an actress since I was really little, and I’ve always loved editing videos and just...

Cardinal Watch: Kelly constantly learns, grows, explores

Adeeb Chowdhury Jeraya Kelly is, above all else, an explorer. Since a young age, her life and work has been defined by a restlessness of the best kind — an adventurous spirit yearning to try new things, never intimidated by...

Cardinal Watch: Schrader gains practical experience at PSTV

Christyn Pettway Gillian Schrader, a double major in broadcast journalism and television video production from Saratoga Springs is currently the manager and executive producer of PSTV—SUNY Plattsburgh’s student television station. Offered to communications, TV video, broadcast journalism and digital media...

Cardinal Watch: Santana focuses on social justice, helping community

Adeeb Chowdhury Miabella Santana’s persistent drive to be an agent of social justice can be summed up in one word that has defined much of her life and work: community. Engaging in thoughtful, earnest conversations with diverse minds from all...

Cardinal Watch: Sidney empowers communities with projects

If one were to ask what has driven her lifelong passion for storytelling and visual arts, Querida Sidney’s response would be clear and confident; her belief that the simple act of telling a story can be a radical tool...

Cardinal Watch: Allen stays politically active, focuses on present

Guided by her unwavering ambitiousness, junior Lucy Allen has truly embodied her personal philosophy that students should strive to make the most of every opportunity they are given. Her long standing sense of initiative and drive, both in the...

Cardinal Watch: Yemiru works for women’s rights across globe

By Alana Penny Ethiopia Yemiru was the first international student to apply to SUNY Plattsburgh as a gender and women’s studies major. She later added a second major, psychology, and a minor, economics. “I knew I wanted to work with women,...
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This Week in Photos: Senior Athletes

To the left: SUNY Plattsburgh women’s volleyball seniors Meghan O’Brien, Alicia Fisher, Maddy Zophy, Allyssa Rock, Olga Muka, Ann Beauchamp and Kaitlyn Bjelko smile...

Women’s hockey returns

Drew Wemple It’s been a long time coming, but the Plattsburgh State women’s hockey team is officially back in action this Friday at 7 p.m....

Plattsburgh Volleyball snaps losing streak

Drew Wemple Lady Cardinal’s volleyball team swept Northern Vermont University-Johnson at home this Wednesday. With that win, the team snapped its seven game long losing...

Mens soccer on a 4 game winning streak

Garrett Collins The SUNY Plattsburgh men’s soccer team came into Tuesday’s game versus the SUNY Canton Kangaroos with a record of 7-6-1 and right in...
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