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Half a Senate approves new artwork purchase

The Student Association Senate approved several students as voting members of the Art Acquisition Board in a meeting that took place Nov. 8.   The meeting was called to order at 9:32 p.m. by Vice President Kalema Gooding. Roll call was...

SA President addresses poor student behavior

By Aleksandra Sidorova The President of the Student Association Carter Mosher emailed club members, advisers and administrators Wednesday, addressing "severe issues when it comes to being respectful and professional in an office setting." The email indicates that some club members were...

Open House welcome potential students

By Rebekah Riley SUNY Plattsburgh opened its doors to high school students from all around New York, for an Open House on Nov. 4. Open House allows students in high school who are interested in SUNY Plattsburgh and to tour...

Students protest, demand ceasefire

Students hold signs as they protest in Amitie Plaza.   By Aleksandra Sidorova The Muslim Student Association and the Desi Club held a protest in Amitie plaza,  outside of the Angell College Center calling for a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip at...

College observes second Black Solidarity Day

With Sibley 324 filled to capacity, attendees of Professor of History Wendy Gordon’s 9 a.m. lecture on Native American resistance to expansion sit on the windowsill.   By Aleksandra Sidorova SUNY Plattsburgh held its second annual Black Solidarity Day social justice teach-in...

SA low on remaining club allocation funds

  By Hayden Sadler The Student Association Senate deliberated on granting $5,000 in additional allocations to Biketopia, African Unity and Black Onyx during what was one of the longest Senate meetings in recent history. Due to the fact that the additional...

SA Senate looking to involve more students

By Kamiko Chamble Staff Writer The Student Association recently approved requests for funding and devised methods of engaging students on campus.. The SA Senate approved multiple requests of funding for different programs. Coordinator of the Arts Alexander Finkey  requested a table...

Feelings lukewarm for campus heating

By Aleksandra Sidorova Editor in chief College staff and students, especially those living in dorms, noticed it took longer for heating to turn on this year. The fluctuating temperatures don’t make it easy on the college either.  In a written response, Executive...

Plattsburgh now a bronze certified climate-smart community

  By Courtney Meisenheimer The City of Plattsburgh proudly announces that it has been awarded Bronze Certification by the New York State Climate Smart Community program, a landmark achievement. This status  was gained Oct. 2, with an official announcement by Governor...

Know your campus: Accessibility Resources

By Hayden Sadler   The Accessibility Resources Office will be moved to a new location next spring. With recent increases in funding to SUNY colleges focused on improving student accessibility the ARO will not only be able to move locations, but...
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