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Monthly Archives: November, 2015

Strangers fund education

College debt is a topic every college student dreads dealing with. Seventy-one percent of all students graduating from a four-year college have student loan...

“Publish Our Thoughts”

These are the unedited statements submitted by attendees of AKEBA's open forum in response to the racially offensive graphic printed in the Oct. 23...

Open up for that ‘O’

An equation for you: Sex minus open communication equals what? You guessed it: bad sex. To say I’ve been in a couple awkward or...

Students garden, educate, donate

The average college student generates 142 pounds of food waste per year, according to a program in Massachusetts called Recycling Works. Plattsburgh State and...

Sigma Lambda Upsilon celebrates 10th year

A decade of sisters are coming together to celebrate their organization’s founding. Plattsburgh State’s Sigma Lambda Upsilon sorority will host an event Nov. 14...

Women’s soccer team grows into family

After securing an action-packed playoff victory against Brockport at home last Saturday, the Plattsburgh State women’s soccer team traveled to Buffalo State Wednesday afternoon,...

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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...