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CCC progresses in campus move

  By Carly Newton Carly Newton is a staff writer for the Press-Republican. Clinton Community College President John Kowal says its accrediting agency has granted permission to submit a substantive change request for campus relocation. This was a big step toward making the...

Classes open for children 5 to 17

  By Brionne Thompson Camp Cardinal is being reintroduced this year, and the classes are aimed at different students than usual.  Camp Cardinal has three week-long sessions spanning July 8 to 26 and featuring a variety of classes, such as cooking, engineering,...

Greek life students meet with neighbors, mayoral candidate

Mayoral candidate Iris Cain (right) speaks with long-time Plattsburgh resident Emmy Bodrogi while (from left) Antonio Romano, Dylan Canarvis and John Carpentier III talk among themselves Saturday, May 4.     By Aleksandra Sidorova College towns are rife with parties and mayhem as...

Mayor fills University Council seat

Plattsburgh Mayor Chris Rosenquest.     By Aleksandra Sidorova Gov. Kathy Hochul appointed Plattsburgh Mayor Chris Rosenquest to the SUNY Plattsburgh University Council on Tuesday, May 7. The University Council serves as “an advisory and oversight body to the campus and to the president...

SA Senate rewards support staff to wrap up school year

Senators cast their votes for the three awards recognizing student, staff and support staff contributions at the Student Association Senate meeting April 30.   By Aleksandra Sidorova The Student Association Senate gave away the last of its additional allocations, approved a new...

Student researches Trump supporter presence online

Nadia Potts presents her advanced honors project on the political right and alt-right online presence in the Alumni Conference Room on May 1.   By Kolin Kriner Gauging the depths of politics in social media, Nadia Potts, a junior public relations and...

Campus stretches legs for suicide prevention cause

Out of Darkness walk participants wear colorful beads. Teal signifies support for suicide prevention, while other colors can honor a partner, relative or a friend lost to suicide. Beads can also signal the wearer’s own struggle with suicide.   By Kolin...

Incoming SA president, VP discuss goals

From left: Kalema Gooding and Sandesh Poudel were elected president and vice president, respectively, of the 62nd legislation of the Student Association.   By Aleksandra Sidorova Student votes yielded a new president and vice president for the upcoming academic year  the general Student...

SA Senate belatedly approves 5 clubs for permanent status

  By Aleksandra Sidorova The Student Association Senate approved five clubs for permanent status at its meeting April 23, months overdue. The five clubs approved were the Hospitality Management Club, the Cooking Club, the Environmental Club, Female Excellence in Science and Technology...

SUNY honorees reflect on journeys

From left: Kara Oatman and Christine Parmeter were this year's two recipients of the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence.   By Aleksandra Sidorova Two SUNY Plattsburgh seniors received the highest honor SUNY can bestow. One spread her wings spending five years...
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