Friday, December 9, 2022

Editorials

Editorial: What to do after school

In an economy where the job market is considerably more competitive than ever before, it is integral for colleges and universities to prepare their graduates to enter the workforce. Cardinal Points staff writer Tim Lyman reported this week that “Students...

Editorial: Freedoms worth the fight

Sometimes it takes tragedy to remind us of what’s important. This week in Cardinal Points, news editor Maggie McVey wrote about Plattsburgh student Nicole Sarai’s experience as she witnessed first-hand the terrorist attacks that occurred Jan. 7 against satirical magazine...

Editorial: SUNY unaware of needs

Recently, SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher has been at the center of some controversial news regarding her annual pay. After CUNY Chancellor James Milliken assumed his post in June to the tune of $670,000, the SUNY Board of Trustees acted...

Editorial: Open minds better for change

In this week’s issue of Cardinal Points, managing editor Brian Molongoski reported on the area’s new energy and heating plan that will call on utilizing natural gas. Town Supervisor Bernie Basset views the new plan as “safe, clean and efficient,”...

Following money not always best

What’s more important: money or happiness? In this week’s issue of Cardinal Points, staff writer Thomas Marble reported on the relationship between adjuncts and the colleges they work for. As Marble noted throughout the article, professors don’t make exorbitant amounts of...

Editorial: Consent app misleads users

In this week’s issue of Cardinal Points, staff writer Lisa Scivolette examines failed smartphone application “Good2Go,” which was developed with the intention of promoting a culture of consent between sexual partners. While any attempt to bring awareness to this subject...

Editorial: Overpricing of books leading to illegal downloads

In case people haven’t noticed, being a college student is a pretty expensive undertaking. Students are not only worrying about getting good grades and having a fun time, but covering all their expenses becomes quite the endeavor. As news editor...

Editorial: PSUC fights sexual assault

Sexual assault is a real problem. As reported in this week’s issue by news editor Maggie McVey, a study by the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control found that one in five women experience sexual assault in her...

Editorial: Faith practiced freely at PSUC

Sometimes it can be tough to differentiate qualification from discrimination. As reported by Cardinal Points staff writer Jessica Miles in this week’s publication, 23 California state schools have derecognized their chapters of the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, which also has a...

Editorial: Entry-level jobs disappearing

Reality becomes more present as four years of college pass by. Students pass through the doors, prepared for learning, fun and what comes next. Most emerge victorious with varying degrees in tow. Whether students accept it or not, college’s...
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This Week in Photos: African Wedding

Bride Demetria Baptiste and groom Christian Morgan hold hands as they walk past a lively crowd. They had just gotten “married.” The theme for the...

WHKY loses, then sinks rival

By Collin Bolebruch  Winning is fun, but it can’t last forever. The Plattsburgh Cardinals women’s hockey team held a regular season conference undefeated streak of...

Q&A with Eli Shiller

By Liam Sample Eli Shiller is a first-year goaltender for the Plattsburgh men’s hockey team. Since making his start Nov. 11 against Brockport, where he...

Issue 11 Cardinal Clips

Dakota Gilbert / Cardinal Points Men’s Basketball By Liam Sample The Plattsburgh men’s basketball team (3-6) traveled to Oneonta (6-2) and New Paltz (5-2) for its...
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