Monday, October 25, 2021

Editorials

EDITORIAL: No more stolen sisters

For a country that prides itself on diversity, most cases of missing and murdered Indigenous women get swept under the rug. The National Crime Information Center reported 5,712 Native women and girls were missing as of 2016. This number...

EDITORIAL: Stand up for your rights

Show up, stand up and speak up. These attributes can be associated with fighting for the rights of not only yourself, but the rights of others. Since the passing of the Texas law that prohibited abortions past the detection...

EDITORIAL: Representation Matters

Love, relationships, gender identity and sexuality are the forefront of young adult societal issues. More media is being produced that displays progressive views on how love should be portrayed. It’s real and deep, but sometimes messy nature can be...

EDITORIAL: Lawmakers must stop limiting reproductive rights

Abortion access and women’s healthcare is under siege in Texas. The state has become a battleground over a basic women’s reproductive right; the right to choose when to become a mother.  Texas’ new law prohibits abortions after cardiac activity is...

EDITORIAL: Stay safe this semester

Welcome back, Cardinals! It feels like a breath of fresh air to be back in-person and on campus. After three semesters of battling online classes and meeting on Zoom, the pandemic has been an uphill battle. After the Pfizer...

EDITORIAL: Students need mental health break

Cardinal Points The spring semester is finally coming to an end. The unconventional 2020-2021 school year has caused mental and emotional burnout for most students. The stress of the pandemic, the move to remote learning and the limited social interaction...

EDITORIAL: End anti-transgender legislature

Cardinal Points If the onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t hard enough, 2021 became the record-breaking year for anti-transgender legislature, according to the Human Rights Campaign. April saw a rise in discriminatory bills passed by Republican states toward people who...

EDITORIAL: Black Lives Still Matter

Cardinal Points Cardinal Points would like to start the editorial by celebrating the guilty verdict in the three-week Derek Chauvin trial. While this outcome is but a fragment of true justice, it instills a sense of hope that equity will...

EDITORIAL: Students must get vaccinated

Cardinal Points The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted life and made society reshape what normalcy is. Masks, hand sanitizer and social distancing are all terms that created the “new normal.” Almost a year later, receiving the COVID-19 vaccine can help stop the spread...

EDITORIAL: Cardinal Points’ Responsibility

Cardinal Points Every Friday, Cardinal Points hits the newsstand for the SUNY Plattsburgh community to read. Each week, articles about various topics can be seen in our main three sections; news, opinions and FUSE. Cardinal Points’ goal is to provide...
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To the left: SUNY Plattsburgh women’s volleyball seniors Meghan O’Brien, Alicia Fisher, Maddy Zophy, Allyssa Rock, Olga Muka, Ann Beauchamp and Kaitlyn Bjelko smile...

Women’s hockey returns

Drew Wemple It’s been a long time coming, but the Plattsburgh State women’s hockey team is officially back in action this Friday at 7 p.m....

Plattsburgh Volleyball snaps losing streak

Drew Wemple Lady Cardinal’s volleyball team swept Northern Vermont University-Johnson at home this Wednesday. With that win, the team snapped its seven game long losing...

Mens soccer on a 4 game winning streak

Garrett Collins The SUNY Plattsburgh men’s soccer team came into Tuesday’s game versus the SUNY Canton Kangaroos with a record of 7-6-1 and right in...
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