Friday, December 9, 2022

Cardinal Watch

Cardinal Watch: Santana focuses on social justice, helping community

Adeeb Chowdhury Miabella Santana’s persistent drive to be an agent of social justice can be summed up in one word that has defined much of her life and work: community. Engaging in thoughtful, earnest conversations with diverse minds from all...

Cardinal Watch: Sidney empowers communities with projects

If one were to ask what has driven her lifelong passion for storytelling and visual arts, Querida Sidney’s response would be clear and confident; her belief that the simple act of telling a story can be a radical tool...

Cardinal Watch: Allen stays politically active, focuses on present

Guided by her unwavering ambitiousness, junior Lucy Allen has truly embodied her personal philosophy that students should strive to make the most of every opportunity they are given. Her long standing sense of initiative and drive, both in the...

Cardinal Watch: Yemiru works for women’s rights across globe

By Alana Penny Ethiopia Yemiru was the first international student to apply to SUNY Plattsburgh as a gender and women’s studies major. She later added a second major, psychology, and a minor, economics. “I knew I wanted to work with women,...

Cardinal Watch: Alvarado applies research to herself, others

By Alana Penny Lily Alvarado, a senior double major in English literature and gender and women’s studies and minor in professional writing, hopes to attend graduate school, after she graduates next semester, for library and information science. “I really want...

Cardinal Watch: Stacey serves community, pursues passion

By Natalie St. Denis Emily Stacey is a senior criminal justice major born and raised in Plattsburgh. She holds an associate of science degree in criminal justice and is attending SUNY Plattsburgh to further her education. Stacey is a single...

Cardinal Watch: Decanio juggles leadership positions, studies

By Natalie St. Denis Kiersten Decanio is a senior at SUNY Plattsburgh’s Queensbury branch, located on the SUNY Adirondack campus. She graduated high school from Lake George High School. After attending a college in New Jersey for a semester, she realized...

Cardinal Watch: Tascione thrives in leadership positions

By Natalie St. Denis Sam Tascione is a junior in the childhood education and special education combined program at SUNY Plattsburgh. Being a teacher was always something that lingered in the back of his mind because it’s his mom’s profession. But...

Cardinal Watch: Perez puts care into producing PSTV

By Natalie St. Denis Alexandra Perez, a senior TV video production major, hopes to become a producer for ESPN. She could also see herself being a news producer because she has grown to love news being a part of Plattsburgh...

Cardinal Watch: Monette embraces change, new goals

By Alana Penny Senior marketing major Makayla Monette came to SUNY Plattsburgh to study nursing, but her passion changed while working at American Eagle. Monette grew up in Plattsburgh and attended Clinton Community College for two years to complete her general...
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This Week in Photos: African Wedding

Bride Demetria Baptiste and groom Christian Morgan hold hands as they walk past a lively crowd. They had just gotten “married.” The theme for the...

WHKY loses, then sinks rival

By Collin Bolebruch  Winning is fun, but it can’t last forever. The Plattsburgh Cardinals women’s hockey team held a regular season conference undefeated streak of...

Q&A with Eli Shiller

By Liam Sample Eli Shiller is a first-year goaltender for the Plattsburgh men’s hockey team. Since making his start Nov. 11 against Brockport, where he...

Issue 11 Cardinal Clips

Dakota Gilbert / Cardinal Points Men’s Basketball By Liam Sample The Plattsburgh men’s basketball team (3-6) traveled to Oneonta (6-2) and New Paltz (5-2) for its...
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