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Softball makes SUNYACS

By Melanie Lanzo This past weekend the Cardinals softball team had back-to-back games against Buffalo State. These games were very close ties, but by winning the second game the girls managed to achieve their goals and gave it their all. ...

Men’s lax finishes season

By Collin Bolebruch When there is seemingly nothing left to lose, there is everything left to gain. Sitting at the bottom of the SUNYAC standings, the Plattsburgh Cardinals men’s lacrosse team played out their final two games last week. The Cardinals...

Cards stay in playoff race

By Liam Sample In a series that defined the fate of their season, the Plattsburgh baseball team kept their playoff hopes alive, taking two out of three games against the SUNY Oneonta Red Dragons April 29 and 30 at Chip...

Kooky Koncert spreads laughter

By Miranda Velez  Symphonic Band’s “Return of the Kooky Koncert” was a feel-good and bizarre experience for all those who attended. Each performer, as well as Director Dan Gordon, showed off their talents in a laid-back and entertaining way. There...

JEDI Dance production hosts showcase

By Daniela Raymond Students poured into Glitz Auditorium, showing their tickets and chattering in anticipation of the showcase students have been discussing all week. This past Saturday, April 30, JEDI Dance Production hosted their first showcase event. The event integrated...

Horoscopes Issue 11

By Sydney Hakes Aries: Your daily life is steady and stable, although not particularly exciting or unusual. This is an excellent time to make steady, practical progress in your life. Patient, dynamic and responsible activity brings long-term, practical benefits at...

Muslim students celebrate Eid

By Laraib Asim As the Holy month of Ramadan started to end, preparations for Eid ul Fitr, a three day  ceremony that starts at the beginning of the next Islamic month Shawwal began.  In the morning of the first day of Eid,...

Editorial: Possible overturn, Roe V. Wade

The amount of times any minority has needed to defend their right to their own body, at this point, has been exhausting and ridiculous. Those who are having these rights threatened are tired of wasting their breath on a partisan...

SA fee passes during revote

By Aleksandra Sidorova Every two years, the Student Association holds a vote on whether the SA fee should be mandatory. For the first time in the memory of SA adviser Jacob Avery, students voted “no” April 19. Every college department...

Hollywood stars testify, Depp V. Heard trial

By Jess Johnson After meeting 13 years ago, going through a very public divorce, and now testifying in a lawsuit — Johnny Depp and Amber Heard have been consistently in headlines across the country over the past two weeks since...
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Cardinals Beat Saints

By Melanie Lanzo St. Lawrence University and the Plattsburgh Cardinals have a long history with previous back-to-back losses the Cardinals have experienced back in 2021....

Rugby punches ticket to nations

By Liam Sample The Plattsburgh men’s rugby team’s “miracle” run continued as they finished the regular season by winning the TNT Tournament at Memorial Field...

New, old clubs expand campus culture

By Sydney Hakes While higher education is a place for fine tuning one’s skills and defining career goals, campus life plays an important role in...

Issue 12 Horoscopes

By Sydney Hakes Aries: Taking practical action to bring a dream of yours to life should reward you today. Once you get going, a financial...
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