Thursday, February 25, 2021

Archive

Counseling center provides support for quarantined students

By Jeremy Binning Mental health has been a major concern with people in isolation and stuck in quarantine trying to combat the coronavirus. The SUNY Plattsburgh health center holds counselling sessions on Zoom every Monday and Friday at 3 p.m....

Sundance Film Festival flourishes online

By Cameron Kaercher Last fall, the New York Film Festival proved that the film festival platform can exist online. While nothing can come close to the theater-going experience, all you really need for a festival is a collection of great...

Two is better than one

Stay safe. Keep your distance. Wear a mask. These three guidelines can be heard everywhere. Since the outbreak of COVID-19 last March, the rules for limiting exposure have been changing. The first was keeping a distance of six feet,...

SA unveils plans for digital mentorship program

By Adeeb Chowdhury The Student Association meeting saw the long-awaited unveiling of plans for MentWork, a digital application that will enable members of the State University of New York community to communicate with each other for networking and mentorship purposes. MentWork...

‘My Favorite Murder’ thrills listeners

By Alexa Dumas Spooky, scary, dark and disturbing. Stories of serial killers, cults, disappearances and murder victims may turn people away from the true crime genre. Could learning about these crimes be used for good, or even for a laugh? “You’re...

Alvarado applies research to herself, others

By Alana Penny Lily Alvarado, a senior double major in English literature and gender and women’s studies and minor in professional writing, hopes to attend graduate school, after she graduates next semester, for library and information science. “I really want...

SUNY Plattsburgh reacts to 2020 elections

By Channing Prins The 2020 presidential election left the country at a stand-still for more than five days, waiting for every vote to be counted between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. In the end, Biden secured...

Sexual misconduct survivors share their campus stories

By Fernando Alba Almost anyone on SUNY Plattbsburgh’s campus can say how much of a problem sexual misconduct is on campus. But not many hear about it directly from survivors. The Instagram account @shareyourstoryplattsburgh changes that. It’s a page run by...

SUNY mandates COVID-19 testing before leaving for fall break

By Drew Wemple Things will look quite different this year when students depart for Thanksgiving break. Last week, the SUNY system approved SUNY Plattsburgh’s plan for fall departure testing.  What used to be a time of melancholy toward leaving friends...

Pass-fail option granted for students’ courses

By Adeeb Chowdhury Following recent efforts by Student Association leaders, the Office of the Provost announced Tuesday that a modified pass/fail option for this semester and next semester, as well as a course withdrawal deadline extension, would be made available...
- Advertisement -

Latest

Two fitness and wellness students win awards at Sports Medicine conference

By Olivia Bousquet Two fitness and wellness leadership students received top prizes for their submitted research from the Greater New York American College of Sports...

Kent Hall residents get new microfridges

By Natalie St. Denis Kent Hall residents returned to their dorms at the start of the Spring semester to find a microfridge in each...

Feinberg Library utilizes curbside pick-up

By Alexa Dumas The start of the spring semester has been met with many difficulties, not just for students, but for faculty and staff as...

Students celebrate black history

By Mataeo Smith This black history month, students are challenged with educating themselves on the fundamentals of activism through the struggles of early black americans....
- Advertisement -