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Bears claw down Cardinals

By Drew Wemple Memorial Hall was rocking this past Tuesday night as SUNY Plattsburgh’s men’s basketball team took on their North Country conference rival SUNY Potsdam. The game had everyone out of their seats as the Cardinals were able to...

SA reveals Plattsburgh Next Plan

By Katie Kallamni The Student Association has announced the Plattsburgh Next Plan, a strategic plan rooted in Plattsburgh’s history, mission, and values, while positioning the college to evolve and move toward a positive future. Plattsburgh Next’s goal is to prioritize the...

Sorority hosts Stop Transgender Hate event

By Aleksandra Sidorova Transgender Day of Remembrance honors victims of transgender hate each Nov. 20. Last Saturday, the Adirondack North Country Gender Alliance (ANCGA) held a virtual vigil paying tribute to all 65 transgender Americans reported to have been murdered...

Ski club offers discount passes

By Mia Morgillo Just an hour away from campus is the fifth highest peak in New York, Whiteface Mountain, a popular ski and snowboard spot. Full time SUNY Plattsburgh students are able to purchase the SKI3 pass, which typically cost...

Wellness students excel at conference

By Sydney Hakes Research over the fall semester in the field of sports medicine resulted in a regional title win for one SUNY Plattsburgh student last month. The biannual Greater New York Chapter conference hosted by the American College of Sports...

Plattsburgh given award for voter participation

By Mia Morgillo It is no secret that the past few years have been volatile in the world of politics. At the forefront, human rights advocacy has been a priority for Gen Z and Millenials when it comes to their...

SA approves Shuttle budget

Katie Kallamni After concerns and frustration were raised with the Student Associations shuttle service and its inconsistent time, the $6,065 new budget was introduced and passed. The goal is to increase wages to hire more drivers. The SA council said...

Pre-med hosts de-stressing event

Aleksandra Sidorova In awareness of breast cancer, the Pre-Med/Pre-Health Association hosted its first ever fundraising event, “Glow in the Dark Paint and Sip,” Nov. 14. The proceeds from the ticket sales will go to Susan G. Komen, an organization that...

Seniors prepare for December graduation

Sydney Hakes December graduation is fast approaching for seniors in their final semester at SUNY Plattsburgh. COVID-19 restrictions and precautions have changed the approach to the past three graduations, Winter 2021 will also be looking different. Dr. Kathleen Camelo, director of...

Annual holiday parade welcomes CEES

Mia Morgillo The annual Holiday Parade has been a tradition in Plattsburgh for the past six years, and this year, for the first time ever, the Center for Earth and Environmental Sciences (CEES) department will be included. This year’s theme...
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Plattsburgh Sweeps Morrsiville

By Liam Sample The Plattsburgh State Women’s Hockey Team swept The Morrisville State Mustangs at home in a two North East Women’s Hockey League game...

Bears claw down Cardinals

By Drew Wemple Memorial Hall was rocking this past Tuesday night as SUNY Plattsburgh’s men’s basketball team took on their North Country conference rival SUNY...

Plattsburgh Pioneers Junior Hockey’s biggest mistake

By Brennan Dowd The 1984-85 season for the Québec Major Junior Hockey League was experimental. Previously, a winning team would get two points and the...

In the Cards: Couture ballin’ out in debut season

By Garrett Collins As the winter season of Plattsburgh athletics continues and enters the middle portion of the season, coaches have had more than enough...
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