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Monthly Archives: November, 2015

Pres. Clayton delivers State of SA address

Plattsburgh State Student Association President Kevin Clayton gave his State of the SA speech Monday, which summed up where the SA has gone from...

Don’t take it for granted

What takes only a few minutes of your time and could improve all areas of your life immensely? Is it a morning stretch, a...

Let’s stay uncomfortable, PSUC

Last week Plattsburgh State got uncomfortable, and the plan for the future is to stay uncomfortable. In an open discussion with President John Ettling and...

PRSSA hosts fourth annual #MULLET event

Plattsburgh State’s Public Relations Student Society of America chapter highlighted opportunities in nonprofit organizations during its fourth annual Mullet event Tuesday. The Mullet event —...

Somebody to love

When you are single, you feel a certain freedom: a freedom to go anywhere and do anything. The problem with that freedom is you...

E.coli spells trouble for Chipotle

Many news releases in Oregon linked forty recent E.coli cases to Mexican restaurant chain Chipotle. The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) said Washington health representatives...

Don’t fear what you can’t see

Xenophobia is the irrational sensation or fear because of a person, group of people or situation perceived as strange or foreign. It’s the fear...

PSUC keeps up hot streak

The Plattsburgh State women’s hockey team is no stranger to success, and their 4-0 start to the season is a testament to that. The...

Bug infestation coming North

The Plattsburgh State Wildlife Club is bringing attention to an insect, the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid, which could affect the Adirondack Mountains in the near...

Chromaldry, students’ new way to distress

College is a time when stress levels increase and students’ exhaustion takes over. With the new app Chromaldry, students can unwind with a touch...

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Sibley continues to provide child care during pandemic

By Drew Wemple SUNY Plattsburgh’s Child Care Center in Sibley Hall has had to evolve during the pandemic. Reopening in early June, the center has once...

Spring 2021 calendar changes with COVID-19

By Emma Vallelunga Next semester won’t be the same. The concerns of college reopening plans during the coronavirus pandemic has caused the administrative staff at...

Editorial: Farewell RBG

The world, as crazy and unpredictable as it may seem right now, lost another hero Sept. 18. We know her as Supreme Court Justice...