Thursday, February 25, 2021

Fuse

Horoscopes

By River Ashe This week’s reading comes from the Universal Waite Tarot, also known as the Rider-Waite Tarot. This deck is a standard tarot deck and is perfect for the first reading of the semester. The meanings of the cards...

Title IX hosts consent week events

By Christyn Pettway Throughout last week, Title IX hosted daily events for Consent Week, Title IX’s annual week of educating students about consent and their rights as SUNY Plattsburgh students. Title IX’s hour long Compliance Session, hosted by Violence Prevention...

Counseling center provides support for quarantined students

By Jeremy Binning Mental health has been a major concern with people in isolation and stuck in quarantine trying to combat the coronavirus. The SUNY Plattsburgh health center holds counselling sessions on Zoom every Monday and Friday at 3 p.m....

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...

Local music duo releases Spotify single

By Nickie Hayes A new music duo out of Plattsburgh is producing unique and inventive music. Daniel Piper and Alex Puchalski are the minds behind the electronic pop band Cudos. Piper is currently a senior at SUNY Plattsburgh majoring in...

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...

Domestic Violence Awareness Month concluded with film screening

By Nickie Hayes The Title IX office at SUNY Plattsburgh held events all October., recognizing Domestic Violence Awareness Month. To end the month, Title IX showed the documentary “Audrie & Daisy,” as an event for students to learn more about...

NSE allows students to explore country

By Nickie Hayes For students looking to enhance their college experience, the National Student Exchange program can provide that. SUNY Plattsburgh is one of the 170 schools in the National Student Exchange or NSE program. Students can go to school for...

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...
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Two fitness and wellness students win awards at Sports Medicine conference

By Olivia Bousquet Two fitness and wellness leadership students received top prizes for their submitted research from the Greater New York American College of Sports...

Kent Hall residents get new microfridges

By Natalie St. Denis Kent Hall residents returned to their dorms at the start of the Spring semester to find a microfridge in each...

Feinberg Library utilizes curbside pick-up

By Alexa Dumas The start of the spring semester has been met with many difficulties, not just for students, but for faculty and staff as...

Students celebrate black history

By Mataeo Smith This black history month, students are challenged with educating themselves on the fundamentals of activism through the struggles of early black americans....
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