Saturday, October 1, 2022

Cardinal Watch

Cardinal Watch: Pepin’s passion for social work aids kids

By Sydney Hakes In a small department at a small college, social work major Rebekah Pepin is anything but small with her ambitions.  At 34, Pepin has lived all over the country before settling in Plattsburgh. From Portland, Oregon to St....

Cardinal Watch: Pecoraro spotlights Platts stages

By Luca Gross SUNY Plattsburgh junior Kaleb Pecoraro is turning his dreams into a reality with the Theatrical Production & Technology Certificate program.  Pecoraro has been doing theater production for about seven years, starting in his freshman year of high school.  “In...

Cardinal Watch: Petro travels new roads

By Luca Gross Nathan Petro is a sophomore majoring in public relations and entrepreneurship spends the warmer months detailing. He runs his own business and has called it “Miyagi Approved Detailing.” Petro did not add the entrepreneurship major until spring semester of...

Cardinal Watch: Shahzad uses leadership skills, serves community

By Adeeb Chowdhury While describing some memorable moments during her childhood, Beenish Shahzad recalled that she had gotten into a fight with her principal during her first week of school. Her principal had said something she didn’t quite agree with,...

Cardinal Watch: Serafini finds second home at Honors Center

Serena Ganesan Nina Serafini is a lot of things, but one thing that overpowers others is that she is often described as a “badass.” As a triple English major, of writing arts, language arts, and literature accompanied by a psychology...

Cardinal Watch: Diaz uses exchange program to promote mental health awareness

Adeeb Chowdhury When asked about his arrival to the United States, Fernando Diaz responds by playing the opening scene from the 1983 Hollywood gangster film “Scarface.” The movie opened with the Cuban refugee-turned-drug-lord Tony Montana, played by Al Pacino, being questioned...

Cardinal Watch: Mohammed takes risks, expands business

Fernando Diaz  Almost 7000 miles away from home, today on our campus there is a student leader who represents the values of hard work, adaptation, and passion. Her name is Ebtisam Abdulhadi Mohammed, born in Ethiopia and CEO of IV...

Cardinal Watch: Townes finds herself, new passions

Natalie St Denis Senior Madison Townes has had a passion for her major, TV and video production since she was young. “I’ve always wanted to be an actress since I was really little, and I’ve always loved editing videos and just...

Cardinal Watch: Kelly constantly learns, grows, explores

Adeeb Chowdhury Jeraya Kelly is, above all else, an explorer. Since a young age, her life and work has been defined by a restlessness of the best kind — an adventurous spirit yearning to try new things, never intimidated by...

Cardinal Watch: Schrader gains practical experience at PSTV

Christyn Pettway Gillian Schrader, a double major in broadcast journalism and television video production from Saratoga Springs is currently the manager and executive producer of PSTV—SUNY Plattsburgh’s student television station. Offered to communications, TV video, broadcast journalism and digital media...
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P-Funk, Platts’ Ultimate Club

By Collin Bolebruch College sports are often associated with hard work, dedication and competition. PFunk just wants to have fun. PFunk is Plattsburgh’s student-operated ultimate club....

Vasquez fuels men’s soccer’s first conference win

By Collin Bolebruch In its first conference win of the season, the Plattsburgh Cardinals men’s soccer team proved that it can rise to the occasion...

Women’s soccer searching for first conference win

By Liam Sample The Plattsburgh women’s soccer team experienced an agonizing sports phenomenon: outplaying an opponent and losing. In its recent conference game against the...

Volleyball crushed by conference foes

By Melanie Lanzo The Plattsburgh women’s volleyball team went to Oswego State Lakers’ Max Ziel Gymnasium Sept. 23 to compete in its opening SUNYAC game....
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