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Monthly Archives: February, 2016

Plattsburgh ‘Feels the Bern’

People of all ages will rally and “March for Bernie” tomorrow. A mix of Plattsburgh State and Clinton Community College students and community members will...

Averill’s PSUC career paves way to success

If your roommate came into your room one day and asked you to join a collegiate team, would you do it? What if you...

Editorial: Artists shine light on issues

For 50 years, the Super Bowl has been an annual event Americans have anticipated throughout the 17-week football season. The best teams of the...

PSUC parks, notes space

At Plattsburgh State, parking on campus can be an easy experience for some students, but for others, it could be a struggle. Many...

Organizations defy stereotypes

Fraternities and sororities at Plattsburgh State have are beginning to start new member education programs for the semester, looking for new members to join...

Cards enter postseason

With the regular season complete and the SUNYAC regular season title captured, the Plattsburgh State men’s hockey team is focusing all its attention toward...

PSUC alum assists the Trump campaign

Plattsburgh State alumnus Dan Scavino, Jr. graduated in 1998 and now runs social media for businessman Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. Scavino came from humble...

Beyoncé educates audience on culture

Beyoncé dropped a bomb at this year’s Super Bowl halftime show, and she doesn’t even care. During her performance, Beyoncé debuted her new single...

Take responsibility to look out for peers

Last weekend, I was at the bar with my friends sipping a vodka soda and letting the libations fuel my dancing. It was like any...

PSUC travels to Brockport for SUNYACs

The Plattsburgh State track and field team traveled to Utica last weekend for the last time this season as they prepared to compete in...

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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...