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Campus, town united for seven years

By Kennedy Tavares The Town of Plattsburgh came together with the SUNY Plattsburgh campus for an evening of celebration Friday, Sept. 23, for the 7th annual CommUNITY Night that was hosted at Hawkins Pond. Entertainment groups Jedi Dance Productions, Spicy...

UP holds shooter trainings

By Jessica Landman and Aleksandra Sidorova University Police conducted active shooter exercises for its officers in late August, as well as training for various groups of staff throughout the summer. This week, UP trained SUNY Plattsburgh faculty by offering active...

Alumnus returns with stand-up

By Aleksandra Sidorova Comedian Jimmy McCartney, a Plattsburgh native and SUNY Plattsburgh alumnus, performed at the Warren Ballrooms at Angell College Center Tuesday, Sept. 20. The audience was small but highly receptive. A baseball cap sitting backward atop long, curly brown...

Clinton, Sundowner ban scooters

By Kennedy Tavares Around the SUNY Plattsburgh campus, the rise of scooters has been prevalent as the semester unfolds. With the number of scooters increasing, the number of rules and regulations around campus have as well. Clinton Dining Hall and the...

Burghy’s Lounge returns to ACC

By: Jessica Landman The natural light shone through the floor to ceiling windows illuminating the wood floors and green couches lining the walls of the room. The brown, green and orange decorations along the walls gave the lounge an early...

SA welcomes members, funds bikes

By: Aleksandra Sidorova The Student Association approved new members at its executive and senate meetings Sept. 12 and 14. The SA also granted the club Biketopia “up to $650” to spend on bike parts. A major theme at both meetings...

Government funds student mental health resources

By: Aleksandra Sidorova President Alexander Enyedi sent out a campus-wide email Sept. 2 announcing an expansion of mental health resources available to students thanks to financial support from the federal Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund. The new programs, some launching...

SA pres. answers nepotism concerns

By Aleksandra Sidorova The Student Association hosted an executive meeting Monday, Sept. 5, and a senate meeting Wednesday, Sept. 7. The meetings officially established the SA’s 60th legislation.  Both meetings showed unanimous approval for the appointment of various adviser positions to...

Student involvement soars

By Aleksandra Sidorova The new semester welcomed 1,761 new students, with 903 of them being undergraduate freshmen, to the SUNY Plattsburgh campus, according to Dean of Students Stephen Matthews. And already, student involvement is higher than it has been in...

Platts begins transition to Brightspace

By Aleksandra Sidorova A new button appeared on the MyPlattsburgh portal over summer break — an orange circle with a white “B” in it. The icon is situated to the right of Moodle, the learning management system SUNY Plattsburgh has...
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P-Funk, Platts’ Ultimate Club

By Collin Bolebruch College sports are often associated with hard work, dedication and competition. PFunk just wants to have fun. PFunk is Plattsburgh’s student-operated ultimate club....

Vasquez fuels men’s soccer’s first conference win

By Collin Bolebruch In its first conference win of the season, the Plattsburgh Cardinals men’s soccer team proved that it can rise to the occasion...

Women’s soccer searching for first conference win

By Liam Sample The Plattsburgh women’s soccer team experienced an agonizing sports phenomenon: outplaying an opponent and losing. In its recent conference game against the...

Volleyball crushed by conference foes

By Melanie Lanzo The Plattsburgh women’s volleyball team went to Oswego State Lakers’ Max Ziel Gymnasium Sept. 23 to compete in its opening SUNYAC game....
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