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Back in black-and-white: printing again

  By Collin Bolebruch If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance it’s on a piece of paper. Cardinal Points has dutifully served the SUNY Plattsburgh community since 1969. The independent student-run newspaper has aimed to keep students, faculty and alumni up...

Young people avoid voting

  By Aleksandra Sidorova The lineup for the upcoming presidential election of current President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump discourages some young people from voting at all. Voters 18 to 35 said they found candidates unrelatable due to their age....

‘BROUGHT ME BACK TO LIFE’: Senior premiering cancer documentary

Cole Kachejian, a graduating senior, stands next to the poster promoting the showing of his film, “Paused: A Cancer Documentary.”     By Aleksandra Sidorova When Cole Kachejian was diagnosed with leukemia in late 2021, he had no guarantee he would make it...

SA Senate, BSU debate $866

  By Kamiko Chamble The Student Association Senate and a club requesting funding had a two-hour argument over $866 in the Senate’s meeting April 16. The SA Senate approved requests for funding the Black Onyx: The Black Student Union’s Freaknik BBQ taking...

SA calls general election, referendum results

The Student Association held its general election and SA fee referendum yesterday, April 25. In total, 671 students voted. The SA fee passed with 84% of votes. It will remain mandatory for SUNY Plattsburgh students. Kalema Gooding was elected president with...

UP deploys therapy dogs

University Police Officer Christina Bedard holds Caamp, one of UP’s three therapy dogs.     By Brionne Thompson At SUNY Plattsburgh’s University Police station, the police officers are incorporating therapy dogs in their work.  UP officers Nate Yeager, Lauren Dube and Christina Bedard went...

4 parking lots closing today for upgrades

Lot 27 makes up a quarter of all available parking spaces and will be closed throughout the summer.   By Aleksandra Sidorova On-campus parking may become harder to find as one of the off-campus student parking lots closes tonight, April 19, for...

Clubs turn to alternative sources for event funding

SA Vice President Kalema Gooding calls the SA Senate meeting to order April 9.   By Aleksandra Sidorova The Student Association Senate approved the club African Unity’s event funding request at its meeting April 9. The amount is the least the club...

Professor Christy tells tale of two totalities

Andrew Christy and his group view the 2017 eclipse in its totality while set up in the Bridger-Teton National Forest in northwestern Wyoming.   By Andrew Christy Assistant professor of psychology Andrew Christy wrote this guest essay from a first-person perspective to...

SA finalizes most election candidates, extends deadline

  Elections for the 63rd legislation of the Student Association will be held Thursday, April 25. The deadline for students wanting to run in the Student Association’s general elections was April 15, but has since been extended to noon today, April...
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