Friday, October 30, 2020

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NSE allows students to explore country

By Nickie Hayes For students looking to enhance their college experience, the National Student Exchange program can provide that. SUNY Plattsburgh is one of the 170 schools in the National Student Exchange or NSE program. Students can go to school for...

Cardinal Watch: Tascione thrives in leadership positions

By Natalie St. Denis Sam Tascione is a junior in the childhood education and special education combined program at SUNY Plattsburgh. Being a teacher was always something that lingered in the back of his mind because it’s his mom’s profession. But...

Students share spooky Macdonough hall experiences

By Taiba Azeem Rumors regarding MacDonough Hall’s alleged haunting have become common knowledge to SUNY Plattsburgh students and professors. The paranormal occurrences experienced by residents secured SUNY Plattsburgh a spot on the “Top 13 most haunted Colleges in New York State”. Students...

In the Stars: Horoscopes for the week of Nov. 6

Read according to your rising signs Aries: Lots of tension will be in air (as it has been since Mars in Aries is retrograde). For everyone’s sanity, don’t fight with people and have more patience. This is an opportunity for...

Bobbitt talks theater, anti-racism

By Alex Dumas The SUNY Plattsburgh Theatre Department sponsored A Conversation in Artistic Leadership with Michael J. Bobbitt, the artistic director at the New Repertory Theater in Watertown, Massachusetts last Wednesday. This Zoom event included Bobbitt discussing his experience in...

Cardinal Chats helps students, alumni network

By Nickie Hayes This semester, the Career Development Center added a new program called Cardinal Chats to the SUNY Plattsburgh campus. The initiative connects students to alumni. The Career Development center runs and manages the event. Morgan Pellerin is the host...

Cardinal Watch: Perez puts care into producing PSTV

By Natalie St. Denis Alexandra Perez, a senior TV video production major, hopes to become a producer for ESPN. She could also see herself being a news producer because she has grown to love news being a part of Plattsburgh...

In the Stars: Horoscopes for the week of Oct. 30

Read according to your rising signs Aries: Frustration will be a common theme this week. You might feel like you have hit a roadblock. It’s okay to be frustrated but don’t become pessimistic. Taurus: Don’t be surprised if new surprises, revelations,...

First part of play performed over zoom

By Natalie St. Denis COVID-19 has hindered many events on campus. But in the case of theater, the show must go on. “The Importance of Being Earnest” is a play by Oscar Wilde about two characters, Algernon and Jack Worthing. Jack...

Cardinal Watch: Monette embraces change, new goals

By Alana Penny Senior marketing major Makayla Monette came to SUNY Plattsburgh to study nursing, but her passion changed while working at American Eagle. Monette grew up in Plattsburgh and attended Clinton Community College for two years to complete her general...
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Plattsburgh gears up for 2020 election

By Fernando Alba With the 2020 elections just days away, members of the Plattsburgh community set their yard signs, demonstrated, counter demonstrated and cast their...

Editorial: Future looks bleak with Barrett

There is no collection of words that can sum up the tremendous loss of the beloved Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sept. 18. And unfortunately now,...

SUNYAC winter sports season canceled

By Drew Wemple Men’s and women’s basketball, hockey and indoor track and field will not be returning to SUNY Plattsburgh, or any SUNY, this season....
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