Wednesday, October 27, 2021

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CAS refutes SA

Aaron Huneck The Student Association has been working on a range of issues that affect student life with College Auxiliary Services, a non-profit organization that manages a variety of campus services. The SA has been fielding complaints and concerns from students...

TRIO program provides support

Aleksandra Sidorova Midterms can be a challenging and stressful time for all college students, but it can be especially difficult for students with disabilities. According to the National Center for College Students with Disabilities (NCCSD), as of 2017, 19% of...

Rocky Horror at the Strand

Mia Morgillo It is officially spooky season, and the City of Plattsburgh is filled with festive activities for all to enjoy this Halloweekend. The cult classic “Rocky Horror” will be live Oct. 29 at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 30 at 7:30...

Carless students seek a ride home

Sydney Hakes The closing of the North American border that separates the United States and Canada has complicated the lives of many Plattsburgh students. With the return of in person classes, students are once again flooding the campus and populating...

CEES dept. chilling with chili

Matthew Wendler On Oct. 1, Dr. Ed Romanowicz, the director of the Center for Earth and Environmental Science department as well as an associate professor of geology, organized an event with the department in which professors presented free chilli, apple...

University rep. approved

Katie Kallamni In the Student Association Senate meeting Sept. 27, Michael Casey, University Representative candidate,  joined via Zoom to speak on his behalf to get approved for the spot as University College Representative of SUNY Student Assembly.  Casey is a junior...

Platts hosts annual pride event

Aleksandra Sidorova The Adirondack North Country Gender Alliance (ANCGA) hosted its sixth annual LGBTQI+ Pride event Saturday, Oct. 2 at Trinity Park. The event featured live music, tents set up by the event sponsors, raffles and a drag show. The event...

Vaccination rates continue to rise

Mia Morgillo This academic year, students were required to be vaccinated to return to school. However, exemptions were taken into consideration for those who would be fully remote and for health or religious purposes. Although uncommon, with a student vaccination...

Upcoming climate change conference

Sydney Hakes The North Country Climate organization will be hosting their annual climate conference on Oct. 21 to discuss effective climate action in a polarized world.  The conference is from 3 to 5 p.m. and will have two keynote speakers, Katharine...

Shine On! prepares for conference

Mia Morgillo This fall, Shine On! is looking for new mentors for their annual spring conference. Leaders at SUNY Plattsburgh are encouraged to get involved this semester to help with the overnight programming for girls at the April conference. Shine On!...
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This Week in Photos: Senior Athletes

To the left: SUNY Plattsburgh women’s volleyball seniors Meghan O’Brien, Alicia Fisher, Maddy Zophy, Allyssa Rock, Olga Muka, Ann Beauchamp and Kaitlyn Bjelko smile...

Women’s hockey returns

Drew Wemple It’s been a long time coming, but the Plattsburgh State women’s hockey team is officially back in action this Friday at 7 p.m....

Plattsburgh Volleyball snaps losing streak

Drew Wemple Lady Cardinal’s volleyball team swept Northern Vermont University-Johnson at home this Wednesday. With that win, the team snapped its seven game long losing...

Mens soccer on a 4 game winning streak

Garrett Collins The SUNY Plattsburgh men’s soccer team came into Tuesday’s game versus the SUNY Canton Kangaroos with a record of 7-6-1 and right in...
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