Thursday, May 6, 2021

Fuse

Students showcase research for Earth Day

Adeeb Chowdhury The Earth Day Student Research Showcase was held virtually April 22, organized by the Center for Earth and Environmental Science. Students delivered presentations on various topics of research pertaining to ecology, pollution, biodiversity and other wide-ranging fields of...

Weekly Tarot Reading

River Ashe This week’s reading comes from the Mists of Avalon Oracle deck by Rose Inserra, featuring art by Nadia Turner. This deck is inspired by Druidic lore and English mythology, with gorgeous art depicting famous characters such as...

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...

Poetry slam focuses on identity

Christyn Pettway SUNY Plattsburgh Student Support Services held its annual Poetry Slam Tuesday. TRIO SSS is an academic support program on campus that provides access, opportunities and support to eligible students for free. SSS helps students graduate on time by...

Fratino makes most of extra free time

Eddie Rock International law is preventing Micheal Fratino from teaching SUNY Plattsburgh students. Michael Fratino is an adjunct lecturer in the music department. Normally, he teaches guitar class, guitar lessons as well as the guitar ensemble. However, due to the ongoing...

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...

Panel focuses on masculinity’s impact on men, society

Christyn Pettway The Title IX Office held their Men and Masculinity Panel over Zoom Tuesday. Moderated by Title IX’s Violence Prevention Education and Outreach Coordinator, Zyaijah Nadler, with the help of LGBTQ+ Resource Committee intern Ciarah Richmond, the panel served...

Weekly Tarot Reading

River Ashe This week’s reading comes from the Linestrider Tarot Mini deck by Siolo Thompson. Using the traditional names and suits of the tarot, this deck uses watercolor art that is unique to each individual card. All exact card meanings have...

Pomerance orchestrates drive in

Eddie Rock More than 600 — that is how many articles Benjamin Pomerance has written for Lake Champlain Weekly, a weekly magazine that covers The North Country. The topics range from interviews, to concert reviews and previews, to the history...

Dionne navigates virtual instruction

Tyler Dawson Between juggling being a mother and piano instructor, Plattsburgh alumna and current Professor Louise Dionne has found the pandemic troublesome. As a member of the music faculty since 2001, Dionne is the instructor of the group keyboard courses...
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