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University Police takes on new responsibilities as COVID-19 reshapes campus

By Drew Wemple COVID-19 has reshaped SUNY Plattsburgh’s campus, but it’s also changed its University Police. UP Chief Pat Rascoe believes he and his team have been critical for the reopening of campus. “We’ve been wearing a lot of hats,” Rascoe...

‘Start Smart’ This Semester With The Learning Center

By Natalie St. Denis Since its start in 1989, The Claude J. Clark Learning Center has remained focused on serving the students of SUNY Plattsburgh through numerous services. These services were discussed Wednesday at a Zoom informational session put on...

Executive Council speaks with SUNY Student Assembly candidate, prepares for upcoming election

By Adeeb Chowdhury Leadership and its accompanying responsibilities were a common theme in the Student Association Executive Council’s meeting Sept. 15. The council discussed the upcoming SUNY Student Assembly elections, spoke with an eager candidate, and contemplated opportunities for greater...

Campus Blotter: Crime logs for Sept. 7 – 11

Sept. 7 University Police located an individual unaffiliated with the college in a vehicle parked in the east lot by the Field House in possession of a small amount of marijuana.   Sept. 8 A UP officer identified a student publicly...

Zero cases recorded after first pool tests

By Drew Wemple SUNY Plattsburgh marked the launch of its COVID-19 pool testing last Wednesday.The college tested 449 students in Algonquin Hall in its first round of pool testing. Additional rounds were scheduled for Wednesday and next week. SUNY Plattsburgh adopted...

Pi Kappa Phi, nine members suspended from campus following party

By Fernando Alba Pi Kappa Phi was issued a cease and desist activities order, and nine of its student members have been issued interim suspensions, President Alexander Enyedi announced to students via email last Friday. The cease and desist order came...

Dining prices raised

By Emma Vallelunga On-campus food and dining is different at SUNY Plattsburgh during the coronavirus pandemic. Some aspects have changed, some remain the same and some might never return. VENUES CUT IN HALF Before distance learning began last semester, there were eight...

Large in-person classes move to ACC

By Ashley St. John A part of SUNY Plattsburgh’s solution to in-person instruction during the pandemic includes holding large classes in the Angell College Center. The Warren Ballroom and the Alumni Conference Room in the ACC have been used so that...

SA Senate presents revised budget, appoints senators

By Adeeb Chowdhury Even in the midst of uncertainty, the Student Association remains steadfast in its goal to support, lead and inspire the SUNY Plattsburgh community. The semester’s first student senate meeting saw the approval of a revised budget, introduction...

Campus Blotter: Crime logs for Aug. 21 – Sept. 4

  Aug. 21   University Police assisted the Plattsburgh City Police Department with an investigation into a violation of the NYS Pause Act, where a large group of students were gathering at Sailor Beach.    Aug. 22   A call was placed to University...
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University Police takes on new responsibilities as COVID-19 reshapes campus

By Drew Wemple COVID-19 has reshaped SUNY Plattsburgh’s campus, but it’s also changed its University Police. UP Chief Pat Rascoe believes he and his team...

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‘Start Smart’ This Semester With The Learning Center

By Natalie St. Denis Since its start in 1989, The Claude J. Clark Learning Center has remained focused on serving the students of SUNY Plattsburgh...

Prude’s death parallels killing of George Floyd

By Mataeo Smith There are parallels between the George Floyd case and the Daniel Prude case. Has anyone noticed how both men died in an...
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