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SA rejects bill for $95 fee

The SA meeting March 4 saw the student representatives reject a bill that would set the SA fee at $95 for the 2021-22 school year, higher than the 2020-21 fee of $55. The SA mandatory fee was $105 prior to...

Virtual Empowerment Day deems success

Over 800 students attending SUNY Plattsburgh utilize the services from the Student Accessibility Services. Students can receive accommodations for extended time on exams, note-taking services, tutoring, access mobility services, registering emotional support animals, housing and advocacy services. On Feb....

Clinton returns to silverware

Clinton Dining Hall has changed it’s COVID-19 restrictions from last semester. The rules are less strict, but still aid in following the social distancing guidelines. Specifically, the plates, silverware, and cups are now all reusable, the drink station is...

Retired executive assistant to the dean dies

Retired Executive Assistant to the Dean of Arts and Sciences Albert Mihalek—who spent nearly 43 years of his life a part of the SUNY Plattsburgh community—died in his Plattsburgh home Feb. 14 leaving behind a benevolent memory among friends...

Online Master’s program launches for supply chain management

Ever since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, SUNY Plattsburgh students' lives have changed one way or another. Many students have been taking more online classes than ever anticipated in their collegiate career. Nothing about online schooling has been...

SA discuss student activity

By Adeeb Chowdhury The SA meeting on Feb. 17 saw the appointment of three new senators: Laman Hanifayeva, Amy Imbaquingo and Carter Mosher. The freshly approved leaders took the oath of office and officially joined the Student Association. Each expressed...

Alumnae speak out about hackers

By Olivia Bousquet Former SUNY Plattsburgh students Michael Fish and Nicholas Faber pleaded guilty Feb. 8 for hacking into social media accounts to steal nude images from women. Faber admitted that from 2017 to 2019, he worked with Fish to...

Psych program gets re-accredited

By Alexa Dumas As many students count down the days until their undergraduate degree is complete, some may decide to continue to pursue higher education. SUNY Plattsburgh offers multiple graduate programs, which includes the recently re-accredited psychology master’s and certificate...

PSUC starts weekly testing

By John Church The fourth week of the Spring semester at SUNY Plattsburgh is in full swing, and so is COVID-19 testing. Just last Wednesday, 987 students were tested for COVID. However, things have changed since last semester and students...

Shine On! gets NASA downlink

By Mataeo Smith The cancellation of the SUNY Plattsburgh Shine On! Program’s 2020 conference featuring a NASA astronaut inspired the editorial board to “go big” for 2021. Following a 30-page proposal to NASA containing 18 letters of support from politicians,...
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This Week in Photos: Semester Recap (May 7, 2021)

Nursing students work at the vaccination clinic in Memorial Hall and pose together for a group photo.

Student Art Spotlight: Jade Nguyen (April 30, 2021)

Hi, my name is Jade and I am a senior graphic designer and photographer from Vietnam. The Clay Pot Eatery and Bar is a...

This Week in Photos: SUNY Fest (April 30, 2021)

Despite having Kesha perform for this year’s virtual SUNY Fest, about nine students showed up to Memorial field for the showing of the concert.

Student Art Spotlight: Audrey Lapinski (April 23, 2021)

Hi! I’m Audrey and I’m a senior B.A. student concentrating in graphic design. A lot of my work focuses on the more mundane moments...
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