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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 ballot in early voting in anticipation of the nation-defining race. Early voting started in Clinton County...

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. The State Universities of New York Athletic Conference made the decision to cancel the winter...

Donkeys de-stress students

By Channing Prins Donkeys and a few of their furry friends once again met SUNY Plattsburgh students over Zoom last week during another De-Stressing with Donkeys event, hosted by Thera-Pets and Kickin’ Up Dust Farm. Students who Zoomed in were able...

SA Council elects new treasurer

By Adeeb Chowdhury The Student Association Executive Council welcomed a new member during its meeting Oct. 26, swearing in the freshly elected treasurer Saugat Gautam. A veteran member of the Finance Board, Gautam accepted his new position and shared his...

Campus Blotter: Crime logs for Oct. 25-28

Oct. 25 A student called University Police to report another student “out of control” in deFredenburgh Hall, allegedly under the influence of drugs and alcohol. The investigation is pending. Oct. 26 A female student reported she was being stalked online....

COVID-19 cases spike over past 12 days

By Drew Wemple After almost seven weeks of pooled COVID-19 testing with zero positive cases, SUNY Plattsburgh is now beginning to see its first spike. Administrators and faculty within specific offices are continuing to keep students informed and safe in light...

Flu shot importance rises with COVID-19

By Emma Vallelunga Fall means the beginning of flu season, but with the coronavirus still a major health concern across the U.S., some are contemplating whether getting vaccinated this year is worth the risk. Both doctors and medical experts at...

Women’s March voices opposition to President

By Emma Vallelunga About 200 people sent a strong message Saturday in Plattsburgh that women are valuable and deserve a seat at the table. “There’s absolutely no reason we shouldn’t be marching for our rights right now,” event organizer Nicole Berlingeri...

Title IX Office celebrates domestic violence awareness

By Channing Prins Domestic violence is more prominent than people think. “One in four women and one in nine men will experience some form of domestic violence sometime in their life,” Kelsey Harland, a senior majoring in social work and an...

Student Association elects new members

By Adeeb Chowdhury The Student Association recently approved new voting members to its committees and justices to the SA court, as well as adopted a resolution recognizing Domestic Violence Awareness Day. The senate meeting Oct. 15 began by welcoming new faces....
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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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