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Students happy for in-person semester

Matthew Wendler The fear that sparked from the pandemic has left quite the impact on people all over the world; however, life seems to now be turning more toward a semi-normal state. In late August, hundreds of students stepped foot...

Marijuana remains illegal for Platts student use

Aleksandra Sivorova With the signing of the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act (MRTA), or Cannabis Law, March 31, New York became the 15th state to legalize the recreational use of marijuana by adults. Now that in the eyes of the...

Women march over Texas laws

Mia Morgillo On Sept. 21, 666 laws were passed in Texas. One of these prohibits physicians from providing abortions if they detect a fetal heartbeat, which will include embryonic cardiac activity, something that can occur as early as six weeks...

Art museum hosts yoga classes

Sydney Hakes As students begin to reemerge into campus life, so do opportunities for free classes and activities provided by SUNY Plattsburgh. In collaboration between the Plattsburgh Art Museum and the campus fitness center, any student or staff member is...

DEI office offers solidarity for Chauvin verdict

Johanna Weeks SUNY Plattsburgh’s Diversity, Equality and Inclusion office offered solidarity following the Derek Chauvin verdict for the killing of George Floyd. Students could attend hybrid solidarity spaces or attend releasing spaces and counseling sessions from April 21-27. In addition,...

SA discusses high textbook costs

Adeeb Chowdhury The SA meeting April 28 saw a presentation and discussion regarding an issue most students are all too familiar with — the excessive costs of college textbooks. Senior Assistant Librarian Malina Thiede of the Feinberg Library and Open Educational...

No More Cancer rally raises more than $20,000

Johanna Weeks SUNY Plattsburgh’s Greek life virtually hosted the annual “No More Cancer Rally” to help raise money and awareness for childhood cancer April 22. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, located in Memphis, Tennessee, is one of the world’s pediatric cancer...

Chauvin receives guilty verdict

Mia Morgillo On April 20, former Minneapolis police officer, Derek Chauvin, was found guilty on all charges for the death of George Floyd. The video footage of his death May 25, 2020 shocked, not only the nation, but was...

Seniors petition for guests at graduation          

Mia Morgillo        While graduates are now able to walk the stage to get their diploma, commencement this year at SUNY Plattsburgh will still look a little different. Although the administration is working to comply with all state and county guidelines,...

Plattsburgh revamps waterfronts

Mia Morgillo The City of Plattsburgh is currently in the process of drafting a new Comprehensive Plan, something the city hasn’t done since 1999. In 2016, Lakefront Water Revitalization Plan was drafted to focus on improvements that would come to...
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Women’s soccer team notches first win

Drew Wemple The Women’s soccer team collected its first win of the season this past sunday Sept. 5 vs. Russell Sage College. The Lady Cardinals...

Volleyball ends weekend with one win

Garrett Collins The Cardinals were looking to make a statement last weekend in the North Country Classic, Which saw the Cardinals take on Clarkson, St....

Tennis Drops 2 in Double Header

Garrett Collins Women's tennis has ended a long road stretch in this early season that saw them face SUNY Oswego, SUNY Cortland, and last weeked...
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