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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...

Festival of lights celebrated

Katie Kallamni Starting Nov. 11, the SUNY Plattsburgh Theater Department will present Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town.” This new and modern interpretation of the classic play features translations into Spanish by playwright Nilo Cruz and celebrates the fictional town of Grover’s...

Platts and Clinton launch programs

Aleksdandra Sidorova The SUNY Plattsburgh website announced the launch of the dual admissions program in collaboration with Clinton Community College Oct. 27. The agreement represents a partnership between the two institutions that hopes to provide better educational opportunities for students...

Black Lives Matter mural inauguration in ACC

Sydney Hakes A new mural celebrating the Black Lives Matter movement was unveiled in Angell College center Nov. 1, the same day as Black Solidarity Day. The mural is about a year in the making, started by artist and former Student...

Students rally against cancer

Mia Morgillo The No More Cancer fundraising campus group kicked off their annual fundraising Nov. 5. With games, music, food and dancing, students who fundraised for St. Judes Children’s Hospital came together in the ACC ballroom to celebrate their achievements. To...

Enyedi releases dashcam footage

Alana Penny A week after a two-minute video of a SUNY Plattsburgh student being pulled over by University Police went around on Instagram, President Alexander Enyedi shared the full dashcam footage and police report. The dashcam footage is an hour...

Platts students go bald for boobies

Mia Morgillo Every year, Alpha Epsilon Phi (AEPhi) hosts an annual Bald for Boobies event for its philanthropy, Sharsheret. Students at SUNY Plattsburgh signed up to have their heads shaved to raise money for the breast cancer education, support and...
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Men’s basketball falls to Bears

By Liam Sample The Plattsburgh State men’s basketball team lost their SUNYAC conference debut against The Potsdam Bears 84-80 Nov. 30 at Memorial Hall. In the...

Chancellor resigns

By Alana Penny State University of New York Chancellor Jim Malatras resigned Dec. 9, effective Jan. 14 2022. This came after both the Faculty Council...

Beat and bruised by Bears

By Garrett Collins The Cardinals returned home versus the Potsdam Bears in Memorial Hall Nov. 30. It was a game that grinded out to the...

Cardinals swoop away with win

By Drew Wemple The SUNY Plattsburgh Women’s hockey team took to the road this past weekend with two conference games ahead of them. Their first...
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