Sunday, April 11, 2021

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Catering manager livens up Chartwells

Chris Jarreau sat in her small office in the back of the Sundower. Papers filled her desk and needed organizing. It was a busy day, but three weeks into her new position, Jarreau is used to her job’s daily...

CARDINAL WATCH: Environmental science major always passionate

Loving, grateful and generous are only a few words to describe Moriah Santiago. This environmental science major from Long Island is dedicated to giving back and seeing the beautiful side of life. President of The Food Group here on...

Curle accepted into new role

With a new coach and a young team, the Plattsburgh State tennis team is expecting an exciting season. New head coach Annmarie Curle is a first-year coach of tennis at any level and is an avid player herself....

Education taken for granted

My days started at 6 a.m. Most times I was slightly hungover from whiskey and ginger-ales. Work starts at 7, but the clock there is seven minutes fast, so technically I need to clock in at 6:53. I’d have...

Rose determined to keep running

Injuries are one of the downfalls that come along with competing in sports. Junior cross-country runner Zach Rose suffered a football injury in high school that altered his athletic career. Hailing from New City, New York, Rose always enjoyed...

Editorial: Taking risks doesn’t hurt

It’s easy to have an idea, but how easily can that idea become a reality? Casey Neistat, a once impoverished wannabe filmmaker turned YouTube sensation and Independent Spirit Award winner, said it best in March 2014: “Ideas are cheap. Ideas...

New students greeted with opportunities

Well, after what seems to be the longest few days in recent memory, my first week here at Plattsburgh State is finally coming to a close. At the time of this writing I will have been living in Macomb...

Weighing spending options produces beneficial results

Move-in weekend is always a nightmare that’s impossible to escape. The influx of cars lined up along Rugar Street kick-start students’ stress levels as they prepare to spend hundreds of dollars on textbooks. Starting a new school year, however,...

Police brutality rampant among minorities

Whenever a police car appears next to me on the road, a sour taste in my mouth and an unsettling feeling in my tummy can’t help but appear with it. Unnecessary panic strikes as I stealthily check I’m not...

Ice bucket challenge more than cold chills

Among the latest trends of the summer is something called the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Ice Bucket Challenge, a fun way to raise money and awareness of what is also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. ALS is a neurodegenerative...
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In the Reels: ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ battles on HBO

Cameron Kaercher The creation of Godzilla is rooted in history. While the original film depicted man in a rubber monster costume stomping on miniature cities...

Remembering Eddie Van Halen

Hales Passino The death of Eddie Van Halen was a sad day in the rock and roll world. After a long, severe battle with various health...

By the Books: Cleary’s legacy lives on in novels

Carly Newton The accomplished and successful children’s book author Beverly Cleary passed away at 104 years old this past March. Cleary was best known for...

Education majors adapt to adversity

Alexa Dumas The field of education has faced many challenges in the past years, due to a teacher shortage. The COVID-19 pandemic has not helped...
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