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Professors join Ramadan observations

By Laraib Asim As the days get longer, so does the fast for Muslim students and faculty at SUNY Plattsburgh. The fast, which starts at about 4 a.m. every morning and ends at sunset around 8 p.m., lasts almost 16...

Students vote down SA fee

By Olivia Bousquet The biggest statement at the Student Association senate meeting April 20 came from Adviser Jacob Avery while addressing the Student Association mandatory fee being voted “no” for next academic year.  The SA fee supports services such as the...

Chartwells to increase pricing

By Aleksandra Sidorova Chartwells, the company providing campus dining, hosted a focus group to with Housing and Community Living at Moffitt Hall Thursday, April 21. The event was open to students living in DeFredenburgh, Moffitt and Wilson Halls. Currently, the Anytime...

Student Association election results

All voting results are based on 1,011 participants.

SA approves $11,000 to clubs for different events

By Olivia Bousquet About $11,000 was approved for three different clubs at the Student Association senate meetings April 13. The biggest and most notable was Jedi Dance Productions’ request of $7,700 for a celebrity guest to perform at their event,...

Guzzetta places first at conference

By Aleksandra Sidorova  Lindsay Guzzetta, Kyle Pellerin, Jasmine Piper and Luke Rapaport presented their research in a competition at the American College of Sports Medicine’s (ACSM) Annual Spring Meeting in New York City Saturday, April 9. Guzzetta won first place...

Metwaly pulls out SA election

By Laraib Asim In the early morning of April 12, Ahmed Metwaly, the president of the Student Association, dropped out of the elections for the 60th Legislation’s presidential elections. The report in the executive council meeting minutes stated Ahmed’s announcement,...

Students learn to dine

By Laraib Asim The American Marketing Association (AMA)  hosted its annual Dining Etiquette event April 13. Guest speaker Nancy Church encouraged students to wear business casual outfits. She was dressed in a vintage style business dress with a yellow top...

Student Association presidential, vice presidential election candidates

By Aleksandra Sidorova The Student Association is holding its election for its 60th legislation Tuesday, April 19. Two students — Robert Henn and Taiba Azeem — are running for president, and the two candidates for vice president are Mary Stockman...

Students observe Ramadan

By Laraib Asim In the teaching kitchen of Kent Hall, about 20 students gathered  together April 2 at about 7 p.m. to break their first fast of Ramadan, which is a holy month of fasting followed according to the lunar...
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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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