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Cardinal Points moves online

By Olivia Bousquet After printing hand-held newspapers for the past 53 years, Cardinal Points will become a solely digital news source starting in fall 2022. SUNY Plattsburgh students, faculty, staff and alumni will continue receiving the weekly edition through a...

UP officer sues

By Alana Penny A University Police Lieutenant filed a lawsuit against the SUNY Plattsburgh assistant director of human resources. He filed this lawsuit after he was disciplined, when the human resources department found out he has been in a romantic...

Caregiver program gets grant

By Laraib Asim SUNY Plattsburgh’s Alzheimer’s Disease Caregiver Support Initiative celebrated in mid April the approval of a $8.25 million grant from the New York State Department of Health. The grant allows Caregiver Support to expand a series of free...

Journalism program’s founder retires

By Aleksandra Sidorova Dr. Ronald Davis, founder of the journalism program at SUNY Plattsburgh, is retiring at the end of the semester after 51 years of teaching. According to the two remaining journalism professors, Jack Downs and Shawn Murphy,...

SA senator organizes protest

By Olivia Bousquet As the end of the semester draws near, the Student Association senate meeting May 4 had little new business to discuss.  Senator Mary Stockman presented a resolution to the senate to condemn the Supreme Court’s draft decision for...

SA fee passes during revote

By Aleksandra Sidorova Every two years, the Student Association holds a vote on whether the SA fee should be mandatory. For the first time in the memory of SA adviser Jacob Avery, students voted “no” April 19. Every college department...

Shine On! Hosts 80 girls for conference

By Sydney Hakes SUNY Plattsburgh’s girl’s empowerment organization, Shine On!, held its 14th annual conference, titled Mighty Girls Move Mountains: Explore Your Character Compass, this past weekend. It was the first in-person conference since COVID-19 began.  The survival-themed conference stemmed from...

60th elected leg.

By Alana Penny The Student Association held elections for its 60th legislation, April 19. Each elected official comes from a different leadership background and set of goals for the coming academic year.  Taiba Azeem, a sophomore double majoring in sociology and...

SA votes 2022-23 budget

By Olivia Bousquet A trifecta of meetings occurred April 27 for the Student Association. The evening consisted of three back-to-back meetings involving a joint meeting with the executive committee and the senate, then an executive meeting and ending with a...

Resident threatens Black student

By Aleksandra Sidorova Plattsburgh City Police arrested resident Dustin Ormsby, 27, for verbally harassing a Black SUNY Plattsburgh student named David Harris April 14. Ormsby was arrested for aggravated harassment in the second degree.  College President Dr. Alexander Enyedi addressed the...
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Cardinals Beat Saints

By Melanie Lanzo St. Lawrence University and the Plattsburgh Cardinals have a long history with previous back-to-back losses the Cardinals have experienced back in 2021....

Rugby punches ticket to nations

By Liam Sample The Plattsburgh men’s rugby team’s “miracle” run continued as they finished the regular season by winning the TNT Tournament at Memorial Field...

New, old clubs expand campus culture

By Sydney Hakes While higher education is a place for fine tuning one’s skills and defining career goals, campus life plays an important role in...

Issue 12 Horoscopes

By Sydney Hakes Aries: Taking practical action to bring a dream of yours to life should reward you today. Once you get going, a financial...
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