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Herzog named SUNY Plattsburgh provost, VP

By Mary Massaquoi Dr. Anne F. Herzog has been named SUNY Plattsburgh’s new provost and vice president of academic affairs this semester, and she’s here to educate and experience the North Country during this challenging time. Herzog grew up north of...

Campus life reshaped by COVID-19

By Lisette Linares 2020 has been a very hectic academic year. Schools were shutting down, and students were adjusting to distance learning via virtual platforms such as Zoom amidst the coronavirus pandemic. In March, the New York State and SUNY...

Title IX Office implements programs

By Emma Vallelunga SUNY Plattsburgh’s Title IX Office wants to hear from you. They see you, you matter and they are here because of you. This semester, the Title IX office is planning to increase collaboration between campus departments and...

Enyedi issues suspensions for 43 students

By Fernando Alba Forty-three students were issued interim suspensions by President Alexander Enyedi last Wednesday for gathering at a party at Sailor Beach Aug. 21. The students were suspended because they allegedly broke campus health and safety protocols such as...

Newly appointed SUNY chancellor visits campus

New State University of New York Chancellor Jim Malatras visited SUNY Plattsburgh last Tuesday for the first time as chancellor. President Alexander Enyedi accompanied Malatras as they announced the launch of pooled surveillance testing for COVID-19 on the SUNY...

Wahab fills VP of enrollment, student success vacancy

By Mary Massaquoi Rehnuma Lizzie Wahab, who normally goes by her middle name, has been named SUNY Plattsburgh’s new vice president of enrollment and student success. Wahab is originally from a small country in Asia called Bangladesh. At the age of...

Plattsburgh State establishes working groups to plan for fall semester

With spring 2020 coming to an end, many are wondering if distance learning will continue throughout next fall. As students head into finals week online, five working groups have been formed to see what Plattsburgh State’s options are. PSU has...

Faculty and administration respond to March’s Speak Out

Plattsburgh State held a virtual session yesterday afternoon where students could hear back from faculty and administration members after the Speak Out that was held March 5 in Memorial Hall earlier this semester. The Speak Out gave students the opportunity...

Campus crime dwindles after majority of students go home

COVID-19 has quieted Plattsburgh State during the second half of the spring semester, but offices like University Police and Emergency Management are doing what they can to ensure safety for the about 200 students remaining on campus and the...

SA weighs possibility of emergency meetings, close out semester

During its final meeting of the semester, the Plattsburgh State Student Association Senate made two announcements via its bi-weekly Zoom meeting Wednesday afternoon, and there was some discussion on how the fall semester would be conducted SA Vice President Jennifer...
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University Police takes on new responsibilities as COVID-19 reshapes campus

By Drew Wemple COVID-19 has reshaped SUNY Plattsburgh’s campus, but it’s also changed its University Police. UP Chief Pat Rascoe believes he and his team...

Thorne cuts deep into OnlyFans creators

By Jess Johnson Close your web-cams and your wallets — Bella Thorne is on the loose once again. Childhood Disney Channel star Bella Thorne made headlines...

‘Start Smart’ This Semester With The Learning Center

By Natalie St. Denis Since its start in 1989, The Claude J. Clark Learning Center has remained focused on serving the students of SUNY Plattsburgh...

Prude’s death parallels killing of George Floyd

By Mataeo Smith There are parallels between the George Floyd case and the Daniel Prude case. Has anyone noticed how both men died in an...
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