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Scorpios stay in the shadows

By Abigail Azadian Scorpios spend so much time trying to keep their walls up. As a water sign, Scorpios put out the fire. Sagittarians and Scorpios both contain depth, but their outlooks are fundamentally different. Sagittarians are too happy-go-lucky for Scorpios....

Fitness center moves classes outside

By Nickie Hayes At the SUNY Plattsburgh Fitness Center, Group Exercise Director Connie Fesette has started outdoor fitness classes. They provide a way for students to get out of their dorms, enjoy the momentary warm weather and get them moving....

In the Reels: ‘She Dies Tomorrow’ puts tone before story

By Cameron Kaercher One aspect horror films do not get enough credit for is how they can act as a reflection of our society at that time. David Cronenberg’s version of “The Fly” came out during the height of the...

Cardinal Watch: Pezzolesi commits career to helping others

By Ashley St. John, Acadia Pezzolesi, a senior human development and family relations major, has always felt like she wanted to do something to help others. Her freshman year of high school, she was diagnosed with Lyme disease and had to...

By the Books: ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’ ages with next generation

By Mahpharah Khan “I don’t know if you’ve ever felt like that. That you wanted to sleep for a thousand years. Or just not exist. Or just not be aware that you do exist. Or something like that.” Yes Charlie, every...

Campus Blotter: Crime logs for Sept. 7 – 11

Sept. 7 University Police located an individual unaffiliated with the college in a vehicle parked in the east lot by the Field House in possession of a small amount of marijuana.   Sept. 8 A UP officer identified a student publicly...

In the Stars: Horoscopes for the week of Sept. 25

Read according to your rising sign Aries: You might have felt like you have reached an understanding of yourself, but not going back to see if that’s who you really are. It’s okay if this process is recursive. Taurus: Exhaustion is...

Partying policies push campus safety

By Olivia Bousquet It’s time to put down the red solo cups and put on a mask, SUNY Plattsburgh students. President Alexander Enyedi cracked down on immediate suspensions after 43 students were caught partying at Sailor’s Beach Aug. 21. A police...

Libras lack own personality

By Abigail Azadian Libras — grab some tissues, because no one is actually going to continue to buy into your fake persona. You’re not innocent. Libra suns tend to trigger savior complexes in people, mostly Earth signs. However, Capricorns are out...

‘Anna and the French Kiss’ story line runs sour

By Mahpharah Khan “I’m weird. I’m a weirdo. I don’t fit in, and I don’t want to fit in.” The “I’m not like other girls” epidemic has unfortunately reached young women for quite some time now. This phenomenon states that some...
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University Police takes on new responsibilities as COVID-19 reshapes campus

By Drew Wemple COVID-19 has reshaped SUNY Plattsburgh’s campus, but it’s also changed its University Police. UP Chief Pat Rascoe believes he and his team...

Thorne cuts deep into OnlyFans creators

By Jess Johnson Close your web-cams and your wallets — Bella Thorne is on the loose once again. Childhood Disney Channel star Bella Thorne made headlines...

‘Start Smart’ This Semester With The Learning Center

By Natalie St. Denis Since its start in 1989, The Claude J. Clark Learning Center has remained focused on serving the students of SUNY Plattsburgh...

Prude’s death parallels killing of George Floyd

By Mataeo Smith There are parallels between the George Floyd case and the Daniel Prude case. Has anyone noticed how both men died in an...
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