Friday, May 14, 2021

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Disc gold course opens

Mataeo Smith Whether it be a hobby or professional endeavor, Disc Golf offers entertainment for all. A nine-hole, standard three Frisbee golf course has been designed...

Virtual play festival held

Christyn Pettway Friday and Saturday, the SUNY Plattsburgh Theatre Department held its first annual 10-Minute-Play Festival. Although the entirety of the event lasted for almost...

Chancler creates ‘Nature Concert Series’

Thomas Bouchard Rose Chancler’s goal was to become a college professor and be a concert pianist. Chancler’s first job was at a University in Alaska...

BFA students exhibit artistry

Alana Penny Paintings, illustrations, digital art, sculptures and photographs sit strategically placed about the Myers Lobby Gallery and the Joseph C. & Joan T. Burke...

opinions

In the Reels: Odenkirk throws punches in ‘Nobody’

Cameron Kaercher Graphics: nobody-nghi When an actor plays specific type of character for a long time, it is difficult to get a job playing something other...

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

Carly Newton Another year, another celebrity announces they are running for political office. The most recent celebrity to kick-start their bid for higher office is Caitlyn...

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...

Pandemic affects Academy Awards

Natalie St. Denis The 93rd annual Academy Awards, also known as the Oscars, had the lowest audience to date. Only 9.8 million Americans tuned into...
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news

DEI office offers solidarity for Chauvin verdict

Johanna Weeks SUNY Plattsburgh’s Diversity, Equality and Inclusion office offered solidarity following the Derek Chauvin verdict for the killing of George Floyd. Students could attend...

SA discusses high textbook costs

Adeeb Chowdhury The SA meeting April 28 saw a presentation and discussion regarding an issue most students are all too familiar with — the excessive...

No More Cancer rally raises more than $20,000

Johanna Weeks SUNY Plattsburgh’s Greek life virtually hosted the annual “No More Cancer Rally” to help raise money and awareness for childhood cancer April 22. St....

Chauvin receives guilty verdict

Mia Morgillo On April 20, former Minneapolis police officer, Derek Chauvin, was found guilty on all charges for the death of George Floyd. The...

Seniors petition for guests at graduation          

Mia Morgillo        While graduates are now able to walk the stage to get their diploma, commencement this year at SUNY Plattsburgh will still look a...

Plattsburgh revamps waterfronts

Mia Morgillo The City of Plattsburgh is currently in the process of drafting a new Comprehensive Plan, something the city hasn’t done since 1999. In...

Sports

Cards lose double header to Red Dragons

Garrett Collins On Tuesday May 4th the SUNY Plattsburgh Men’s Baseball Team took on the SUNY Cortland Red Dragons in a two-game double header.  The...

In the Cards: Barber inspires, supports track and field teammates                                                                                             

Jonas Ward                                                                                                                Janyll Barber is a double major at SUNY Plattsburgh and also on the women's track team. Her majors are Fitness and Wellness Leadership...

In the Cards: Bryant plays the most games at shortstop

Jonas Ward Stephen Bryant recently became the all-time leader in games played at shortstop in Cardinal baseball history. When he’s not fielding balls at shortstop,...

Cardinals lose to Cortland in season finale

Garrett Collins The Plattsburgh Women’s lacrosse team was looking to end their rather disappointing season on a high note with a three game winning...

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

River Ashe This week’s reading comes from The Divine Feminine Oracle deck by Meggan Watterson. This vibrant, beautiful deck contains 53 goddesses, saints and powerful...

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