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In the Reels: ‘Borat 2’ documents difficult reality of American politics

By Cameron Kaercher When the mockumentary ”Borat,” starring Sacha Baron Cohen, released in 2006, it set the world on fire. It appeared on many film critic’s lists of best movies of the year, and Michael Hirschorn of The Atlantic said...

Student Association finalizes spring budget and student fees

By Adeeb Chowdhury The Student Association Senate meeting Oct. 29 saw significant revisions of the SA budget for the upcoming spring semester. Most of these adjustments stemmed from the need to address the COVID-19 pandemic and its consequences, in particular...

Students buy bus tickets for end of the semester

By Ashley St. John Many SUNY Plattsburgh students rely on the school-provided bus transportation each semester to travel home and back. Regular travel companies such as Greyhound and Amtrak are not providing transportation like usual due to COVID-19 concerns, but...

Decanio juggles leadership positions, studies

By Natalie St. Denis Kiersten Decanio is a senior at SUNY Plattsburgh’s Queensbury branch, located on the SUNY Adirondack campus. She graduated high school from Lake George High School. After attending a college in New Jersey for a semester, she realized...

Domestic Violence Awareness Month concluded with film screening

By Nickie Hayes The Title IX office at SUNY Plattsburgh held events all October., recognizing Domestic Violence Awareness Month. To end the month, Title IX showed the documentary “Audrie & Daisy,” as an event for students to learn more about...

Campus Blotter: Crime logs for Oct.28-Nov. 4

Oct. 18 Residence Life staff in Wilson Hall reported a loud party to University Police. Six students were referred to Student Conduct for violating housing regulations and possessing alcohol.  Oct. 28 Residence Life staff in Adirondack Hall reported alcohol violations...

SUNY Plattsburgh safely celebrates Halloween

By Olivia Bousquet Positive COVID-19 cases are continually increasing at SUNY Plattsburgh. As Halloween approaches, concerns have come into play for how college students will partake in Halloween festivities. The weekend-long party for Halloween will be a grim comparison from last...

Plattsburgh gears up for 2020 election

By Fernando Alba With the 2020 elections just days away, members of the Plattsburgh community set their yard signs, demonstrated, counter demonstrated and cast their ballot in early voting in anticipation of the nation-defining race. Early voting started in Clinton County...

Editorial: Future looks bleak with Barrett

There is no collection of words that can sum up the tremendous loss of the beloved Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sept. 18. And unfortunately now, we face the loss of her legacy she left in her seat in Congress —...

SUNYAC winter sports season canceled

By Drew Wemple Men’s and women’s basketball, hockey and indoor track and field will not be returning to SUNY Plattsburgh, or any SUNY, this season. The State Universities of New York Athletic Conference made the decision to cancel the winter...
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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...

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...

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...

Long-time editor says goodbye

By Fernando Alba I read an article by the Washington Post back in September on how student journalists across the country are reporting on how...
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