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Monthly Archives: November, 2014

Women’s hockey take home win in first home matchup

The Plattsburgh State women’s hockey team opened up on their home ice for the first time in their 2014-15 campaign since beginning conference play....

Teaching science through chalk

Chalk in hand, he starts walking to the pavement. He draws a yellow path, then an orange tower foundation with purple representing the cables...

Religious studies minor gains popularity

Students at Plattsburgh State are looking deeper into the spirituality of the world, both past and present, with the religious studies minor. Coordinated by Associate...

Love is missing, not lost

I anxiously sit in my Romance, Sex, Love, and Marriage class with my legs crossed, my foot shaking uncontrollably. As my professor goes on...

Master’s student holds passion for science

Michelle Melhuish was not your typical little girl growing up. Instead of playing with toys society would deem fit for a girl her age,...

All women film tour hits PSUC campus

It’s a documentary film about women, for women and by a woman. The film “Pretty Faces” comes to Plattsburgh State tonight. The film will...

Weaving minds

The classroom fills, mumbling recedes and your professor declares the beginning of your group project — here come the groans. As the room divides...

Shock comedy shakes things up on TV shows

Comedy is the best medicine for anybody feeling down. Laughter evokes a release of our pent-up emotions whether it’s anger, sadness or anxiety. However,...

Mattress movement makes way to UVM

“Mattress girl” has become well known throughout Columbia University for carrying around the mattress she was sexually assaulted in with her every day because...

Entitlement requires hard work, responsibility

This generation of 18 to 24-year-olds is sadly disappointing. We live in a world where many students have the privilege of being able to...

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Students hope for normal semester

Natalie St. Denis After another long, pandemic-ridden semester, many students are looking forward to the fall semester. President Alexander Enyedi sent an email to...

EDITORIAL: Students must get vaccinated

Cardinal Points The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted life and made society reshape what normalcy is. Masks, hand sanitizer and social distancing are all terms that created...

In the Reels: ‘Concrete Cowboy’ saddles up on Netflix

Cameron Kaercher The western is a classic American genre of filmmaking. Cowboys, riding into a town overrun with outlaws to restore order, were staples of...

Inappropriate ‘Spongebob’ Episodes Cut

Carly Newton Two episodes of the cartoon “Spongebob Squarepants” were recently removed from syndication due to the potential offensive content. One episode that had gone...