Tuesday, October 27, 2020

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Passion leads way to climate change

Sitting on the dusty piano bench, his fingers touched the keys as if he was inviting a beautiful melody bound to get stuck in your head for hours. It was as though he was ready to give a performance...

Music student featured in Lion King

For some, the circle of life can make dreams come true. This is certainly true for Germaine Wilson, a former Plattsburgh State student. Wilson was a music major before she auditioned and received the role of Shenzi, one of the...

InterVarsity club deals with discrimination

InterVarsity chapters were derecognized from 23 California state schools because they require their leaders to have Christian beliefs. What does this mean for the future of the chapter here at Plattsburgh State? InterVarsity Christian Fellowship is an organization where students...

Healthy life with a side of wine

It’s been a long day. You spilled coffee on your pants, your boss yelled at you and your date was cancelled. So now you’re cozied up on the couch with your favorite television show and a big glass of...

Cardinals prepare for conference opponents

It would seem that Plattsburgh State is finally starting to mesh, just in time for the approaching conference schedule. The Cardinals placed second in the Best Western-Ground Round Cardinal Classic last weekend, after wins against Elms College and Bridgewater...

Cardinals ready for Johnson State

Going to Union College after the matches against New Paltz and SUNY Cortland in Cortland, Plattsburgh State was ready to compete. The Cardinals lost 7-2 to Union College on Sept. 14 and their record is 1-4 and 0-3 in the...

Cards search for consistency

The Plattsburgh State women’s soccer team’s streak of not allowing a goal came to an end Tuesday night after falling to Middlebury College 1-0. The Cards who have started the season at 4-2-0, entered the match having not conceded a...

PSUC preparing for longer distance

In a race with Division I and II schools, the Plattsburgh State men’s and women’s cross-country team competed with heart. The race was filled with schools that were above PSUC’s level, but the Cardinals were able to run keep pace...

Freshman ready for improvement

Taking a nearly four-hour trip from Poughkeepsie to Plattsburgh, freshman tennis player Taylor Perre feels right at home. Perre came to PSUC as an undeclared freshman, giving her a lot of options during the process of choosing a college. Perre...

Offense picks up pace

Plattsburgh State men’s soccer has started coming on strong, going on a three-game winning streak after beating Clarkson, Union and Castleton. Before playing Clarkson the team believed that the offensive was really starting to click. Now, the Cardinals believe...
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COVID-19 cases spike over past 12 days

By Drew Wemple After almost seven weeks of pooled COVID-19 testing with zero positive cases, SUNY Plattsburgh is now beginning to see its first spike. Administrators...

Flu shot importance rises with COVID-19

By Emma Vallelunga Fall means the beginning of flu season, but with the coronavirus still a major health concern across the U.S., some are contemplating...

Gen Z could determine future of U.S.

By Olivia Bousquet Move out of the way Boomers, it’s time for Generation Z to flood the voting booths and mail-in sites Nov. 3. The 18...
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