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Downtown Trick-or-Treat to return

  On Saturday Oct. 28, the city of Plattsburgh will be full of spooks, treats and maybe even a few tricks. The fourth annual Downtown Trick-or-Treat event will be held from noon to 2p.m.   The City of Plattsburgh is hosting the...

Forbes recognizes Platts online programs

Online accounting program graduates and their families pose in front of the Field House this May. Amelia Lushia Jason Lee (center) holds a sign to represent the online accounting degree completion program. He is joined by (left to right) accounting...

Cheerleaders bring back stunting

By Daniela Raymond   Cheerleading whether at the sport or club level is an interactive sport. Audiences love to see cheerleaders launched into the air, performing intricate routines and amazing flips, all while landing safely in each other’s arms. While stunts...

Kiosks shift campus dining landscape

Students queue up at Kent Cafe waiting to place their orders on the kiosks.   By Hayden Sadler Dining spots across campus have adopted order kiosks as a replacement to traditional, in-person ordering methods. In past semesters,  students would stand in line...

SA Senate swears in clubs and orgs coordinator

By Hayden Sadler   The Student Association Senate approved and swore in a new coordinator of clubs and organizations Oct. 4. The Senate assembled in the Angell College Center Cardinal Lounge at 9:30 p.m. for the second week in a row. Previously,...

Kehoe flood displaces admin. offices

Bins gather water dripping from the ceiling as a result of pipes bursting on the fifth floor of Kehoe Administration Building Sept. 18.   By Kennedy Tavares The Kehoe Administration Building fell victim to a massive flooding incident caused by a pipe...

SA Senate approves club trip to Boston

By Hayden Sadler The Student Association senate approved the Accounting and Finance Club’s request for $2,000 for an upcoming trip to Boston during its latest meeting Wednesday, Sept. 27.   Representatives of the club were present at the meeting to explain the...

Biketopia, UP take on bicycle thefts

University Police attached a tag to the handlebar of a bike left unsecured, alerting the owner.   By Aleksandra Sidorova University Police is leaving tags on bicycles students leave unlocked, in hopes of preventing bike thefts and bringing students’ attention to securing...

Cardinal Cupboard evolves

By Hayden Sadler   The Cardinal Cupboard, SUNY Plattsburgh's food shelf, has expanded greatly in size. It has moved to the space in Burghy’s Den that WQKE Radio used as its studio, in the Angell College Center.  The Cardinal Cupboard provides a...

SA Senate swears in newly elected senators

  By Hayden Sadler The Student Association met in the Angell College Center Wednesday, Sept. 20. The meeting was about 20 minutes long and saw new senators sworn into their positions. With unanimous approval to amend the agenda in favor of swearing...
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