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2021-22 SA budget revealed

Adeeb Chowdhury The Student Association budget for the 2021-22 academic year was presented during the meeting April 14, reflecting more optimistic albeit cautious expectations of what to expect next year. “Coming up with this budget was actually difficult in some ways,”...

 Two students receive Chancellor Award

Johanna Weeks Two SUNY Plattsburgh Students, Kassandra Doran and James Faraci, won the Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence. The award is presented to students who have demonstrated integration of academic excellence with other aspects of their lives, including leadership, campus...

In-person graduation brings mixed feelings

Adeeb Chowdbury Seniors express mixed feelings about graduation after SUNY Plattsburgh announced  plans for an in-person commencement ceremony April 9. Student reactions ranged from questioning the logic behind not allowing parents; to being grateful for the opportunity to walk across...

Plattsburgh students lose faith in DEI

Mataeo Smith Given the disclosure of a racist comment posted on Facebook by a SUNY Plattsburgh Administrator last May, students of color have found difficulty maintaining their trust of the diversity office. A 2014 graduate of SUNY Plattsburgh, troubled by a...

Hiking requires reservation

Mia Morgillo As many of Plattsburgh’s avid hikers may know, The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and Adirondack Mountain Reserve has piloted a new reservation system beginning May 1 and lasting through Oct. 31. The new, no-cost system will...

Memorial Hall hosts vaccine clinic for students

Johanna Weeks As the world slowly receives more vaccines to reach herd immunity, SUNY Plattsburgh has contributed to this by offering a vaccination clinic for any students. SUNY Plattsburgh’s Health Center Staff and Director Dr. Katheleen Camelo set up vaccination...

Master’s Speech-Language Pathology Program Earns Reaccreditation

Mia Morgillo For those who wish to go into clinical work for speech, language and communication disorders, completing a graduate degree at an accredited speech-language pathology program is a necessity. SUNY Plattsburgh just received such reaccreditation from the Council on...

Tech fee increase proposed for next year

Adeeb Chowdhury Proposals for an increased 2021-22 Educational Technology fee as well as the optional Green Fee were presented during the SA meeting March 13. Dean of Library and Information Technology Services Holly Heller-Ross, presented the proposal for the 2021-22 Educational...

College Honors victims of Sexual Assault

John Church This April, SUNY Plattsburgh Title IX and RADIUS is taking the time to honor individuals who have experienced sexual assault. Since April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, SUNY Plattsburgh is bringing awareness to campus. Throughout the month, the...

Programming Advocate role opens up

Natalie St. Denis Campus Housing and Community Living is welcoming a new position to residential life. A Programming Advocate has the role of creating programs for students, which is something Community Advocates currently have to tackle on top of their...
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Women’s soccer team notches first win

Drew Wemple The Women’s soccer team collected its first win of the season this past sunday Sept. 5 vs. Russell Sage College. The Lady Cardinals...

Volleyball ends weekend with one win

Garrett Collins The Cardinals were looking to make a statement last weekend in the North Country Classic, Which saw the Cardinals take on Clarkson, St....

Tennis Drops 2 in Double Header

Garrett Collins Women's tennis has ended a long road stretch in this early season that saw them face SUNY Oswego, SUNY Cortland, and last weeked...
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