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Warm weather impacts campus life

Natalie St. Denis After a long and winter at SUNY Plattsburgh, days are finally starting to get warmer. The first few warm days of the year sent almost every student on campus outside, making the college feel lively again. This...

In the Reels: ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ battles on HBO

Cameron Kaercher The creation of Godzilla is rooted in history. While the original film depicted man in a rubber monster costume stomping on miniature cities is funny to look at, there is a darker history to the monster that not...

Remembering Eddie Van Halen

Hales Passino The death of Eddie Van Halen was a sad day in the rock and roll world. After a long, severe battle with various health issues in his latter years, including late-stage throat and lung cancer, the guitar-god passed away...

By the Books: Cleary’s legacy lives on in novels

Carly Newton The accomplished and successful children’s book author Beverly Cleary passed away at 104 years old this past March. Cleary was best known for her books about Ramona Quimby, a young girl who had childhood experiences that young readers...

Education majors adapt to adversity

Alexa Dumas The field of education has faced many challenges in the past years, due to a teacher shortage. The COVID-19 pandemic has not helped with this issue. Not only are students heavily affected, but so are professors. While students...

Master’s Speech-Language Pathology Program Earns Reaccreditation

Mia Morgillo For those who wish to go into clinical work for speech, language and communication disorders, completing a graduate degree at an accredited speech-language pathology program is a necessity. SUNY Plattsburgh just received such reaccreditation from the Council on...

Tech fee increase proposed for next year

Adeeb Chowdhury Proposals for an increased 2021-22 Educational Technology fee as well as the optional Green Fee were presented during the SA meeting March 13. Dean of Library and Information Technology Services Holly Heller-Ross, presented the proposal for the 2021-22 Educational...

College Honors victims of Sexual Assault

John Church This April, SUNY Plattsburgh Title IX and RADIUS is taking the time to honor individuals who have experienced sexual assault. Since April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, SUNY Plattsburgh is bringing awareness to campus. Throughout the month, the...

In the Cards

Joseph Kile, a public relations major at SUNY Plattsburgh and member of the men’s hockey team, has felt frustration and dismay toward this hockey season due to the pandemic. He is itching to play a true game. “It has been...

Programming Advocate role opens up

Natalie St. Denis Campus Housing and Community Living is welcoming a new position to residential life. A Programming Advocate has the role of creating programs for students, which is something Community Advocates currently have to tackle on top of their...
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In the Reels: ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ battles on HBO

Cameron Kaercher The creation of Godzilla is rooted in history. While the original film depicted man in a rubber monster costume stomping on miniature cities...

Remembering Eddie Van Halen

Hales Passino The death of Eddie Van Halen was a sad day in the rock and roll world. After a long, severe battle with various health...

By the Books: Cleary’s legacy lives on in novels

Carly Newton The accomplished and successful children’s book author Beverly Cleary passed away at 104 years old this past March. Cleary was best known for...

Education majors adapt to adversity

Alexa Dumas The field of education has faced many challenges in the past years, due to a teacher shortage. The COVID-19 pandemic has not helped...
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