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Women battle for SUNYAC chance

With conference games winding down, the Plattsburgh State women’s soccer team found themselves in and out of playoff contention as they loss to Fredonia and beat Buffalo State last weekend. Looking to rebound after two straight losses, the...

Cards out of playoffs, excited for spoiler role

The Plattsburgh State volleyball team is looking to play spoiler against its SUNYAC opponents. This past weekend, the Cardinals broke their eight-game losing streak with a win over Utica (8-19). Following this win, PSUC held its own against two...

Courses offer helpful lessons

When things go wrong, people need to be prepared to take action. Plattsburgh State offers courses to prepare people for worst-case scenarios. Some of the programs here at PSUC are non-credit CPR/First Aid/AED instructed courses, which train students to...

Quigley sentencing raises drug concerns

The sentencing of former Plattsburgh State student Kevin Quigley to four years in prison determinate, passed down on Oct. 16, has broadened the conversation of the increasing illicit drug problem in the North Country. Quigley, who was sentenced by Clinton...

Adjuncts talk pros, cons of working at universities

Since 1969, when the number of part-time professors working at higher education institutions represented only 18.5 percent of academic staff, colleges and universities have continued to increase their use of adjunct professors, raising the number of part-time professors 300...

LAST DRAGS

With focus shifting to leading healthier lifestyles, Plattsburgh State has found another way toward encouraging that goal. As of June 2015, PSUC will become a tobacco-free campus as part of the larger “SUNY and a Healthier New York” initiative. In...

PSUC evaluating budget for 2015-16

Next year, Plattsburgh State may have to use more of its reserve funds to cover contractual salary increases, Budget Officer Clark Foster said. For the 2014-15 academic year, Foster said PSUC had to use approximately $3.5 million to balance...

PSUC reacts to Keene riots

In the wake of the Keene Pumpkin Festival riots last weekend, law enforcement officials have facilitated conversation about how it may have been handled had it happened at Plattsburgh State. College students at PSUC and across the country witnessed thousands...

Law enforcement cracking down on illegal ink

Tattooing is an art form that uses the human body as the canvas where the artist inserts ink into the dermis layer of the skin to change the pigment. If done improperly, it can cause serious health risks and...

SA election draws closer

The Plattsburgh State Student Association is now accepting petitions to join the new legislation that will begin in the spring semester. All SA seats, including president, executive vice president and speaker of the Senate are up for grabs. Petitions...
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Morrison’s legacy lives on in lyrics

Hales Passino He was “The Lizard King,” and he could do anything. Jim Morrison was a true poet in the music industry, and it’s debatable whether...

Caitlyn Jenner considers governor run

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Gabbie Hanna plays victim to criticism

Alexa Dumas Drama-seeking and narcissistic are two of the best words to describe internet personality Gabbie Hanna. Recently, Hanna has been harassing internet personalities online...
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