Tuesday, March 2, 2021

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Wise balances lacrosse, job preparation

By Jonas Ward Senior accounting major Justin Wise is a men’s lacrosse team leader who recently finished an internship at IBM. After he graduates, Wise...

Arts Council connects students, visual artists

By Christyn Pettway Last Monday, graphic designer and printmaker Katie Garth, was the guest for the Campus Arts Council’s Visual Artists Series. Hosted by SUNY...

Yemiru works for women’s rights across globe

By Alana Penny Ethiopia Yemiru was the first international student to apply to SUNY Plattsburgh as a gender and women’s studies major. She later added...

Pop art exhibit opens in Burke

By Jeremy Binning Pop for the People, a pop art themed exhibit, opened Feb. 15 in the Burke Gallery. It features art from famous pop...

opinions

The Weeknd stuns, sparks memes

By Natalie St. Denis R&B singer The Weeknd kicked off the Super Bowl LV’s Pepsi Halftime Show sitting in a vintage car, as a figure...

Woodstock music festival revisited

By Hales Passino From Aug. 15 to Aug. 18, 1969, nearly half a million free-spirited souls from all walks of life gathered on a small...

‘iCarly’ stirs up nostalgia on Netflix

By Natalie St. Denis The smash hit sitcom “iCarly” was a memorable part of many childhoods. The show features a group of friends from Seattle,...

In the Reels: Judas and the Black Messiah’ rewrites history

By Cameron Kaercher Last fall, Fred Hampton, the deputy chairman of the Chicago chapter of the Black Panther Party, was featured in “The Trial of...

By the Books: ‘The Woman in Cabin 10’ talks mental health, anxiety

By Carly Newton Laura “Lo’’ Blacklock, a 32-year-old travel journalist, finally gets a big break in her career. The big break comes in the form...
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news

EDITORIAL: Celebrate your voice on Student Press Freedom Day

  What are the benefits of a student-run newspaper? Some students find the significance of reporting on important issues on and off-campus, while others gain...

SA discuss student activity

By Adeeb Chowdhury The SA meeting on Feb. 17 saw the appointment of three new senators: Laman Hanifayeva, Amy Imbaquingo and Carter Mosher. The freshly...

PSUC sports begin practicing

By Mataeo Smith & Olivia Bousquet SUNY Plattsburgh student-athletes experienced many unknowns about competing and practicing since the beginning of the pandemic, but Tuesday brought...

Alumnae speak out about hackers

By Olivia Bousquet Former SUNY Plattsburgh students Michael Fish and Nicholas Faber pleaded guilty Feb. 8 for hacking into social media accounts to steal nude...

Psych program gets re-accredited

By Alexa Dumas As many students count down the days until their undergraduate degree is complete, some may decide to continue to pursue higher education....

PSUC starts weekly testing

By John Church The fourth week of the Spring semester at SUNY Plattsburgh is in full swing, and so is COVID-19 testing. Just last Wednesday,...

Sports

In the Cards: Stan stays positive amidst pandemic

By Angelica Melara With the school semester coming to a close, sports teams have had a tough time being able to train in groups and...

Women’s soccer registers players to vote in election

By Ashley St. John With the presidential election quickly approaching, many people are registering and advocating for registration, especially for first-time voters. The SUNY Plattsburgh...

In the Cards: Hale adjusts to unconventional season

By Angelica Melara Sophomore hockey forward and business administration and supply chain management major Mitchell Hale was excited to start back up with practices and...

In the Cards: Aislyn McDonough

By Angelica Melara At SUNY Plattsburgh, it’s not often an athlete switches the sport they play midway through college. But Aislyn McDonough is a former soccer...

Photo Galleries

Photo Gallery: Counter demonstrations on Route 3 Oct. 24, 2020

Trump supporters held a demonstration alongside Route 3 in the old Friendly’s parking lot Saturday as they’ve done...
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CAMPUS BLOTTER

Campus Blotter: Crime logs for Nov. 5-10

Nov. 5 A community advocate reported the odor of marijuana on the fifth floor of Wilson Hall to University Police. Two students were identified,...

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...

Campus Blotter: Crime logs for Oct. 25-28

Oct. 25 A student called University Police to report another student “out of control” in deFredenburgh Hall, allegedly under the influence of drugs and...

weekly Horoscope

Weekly Tarot Reading

By River Ashe Maynard This week’s reading comes from the Kryon Oracle deck by Lee Carroll. This set of cards is full of abstract, beautifully...

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