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Involvement Fair set for today

urgh State’s clubs and organizations can give students unfamiliar with the campus a chance to get involved. The Involvement Fair will take place today from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Warren Ballrooms in the Angell College Center. PSUC...

PSUC revises sexual violence policy

Plattsburgh State recently revised its sexual violence and sexual harassment policy in order to better serve survivors of sexual violence on campus and keep them safe. Part of this comes in the wake of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Enough is Enough...

DEC advises hikers about lack of snow

With Plattsburgh State students returning for the spring semester, they might find themselves in search of new adventure activities in which to take part. According to a recent Department of Environmental Conservation report that was put out on December...

SA commences training for new legislation

The start of a new semester at Plattsburgh State has brought about many changes to the Student Association. More than 20 new officers have been appointed, including a new president and new senators. Members of the Student Association began extensive...

Social media use proves significant

People live in a world where being constantly connected is something to be expected. Like many other schools, Plattsburgh State uses social media to connect with a number of audiences, including alumni, current students, parents of students and potential...

PSUC named StormReady

Plattsburgh State has just recently been given StormReady status by the National Weather Service, a mark that is fairly rare among colleges, especially the Northeastern United States. Scott Whittier, a warning coordination meteorologist at the NWS headquarters in Burlington, Vermont,...

Diversity Task Force continues mission

The Plattsburgh State Diversity Task Force has been around since 2001, with a hiatus from 2013 to the summer of 2015, and it has always held true to one simple ideal: to encourage diversity and inclusion on campus and...

Podium latest addition to repairs

One building at a time, Plattsburgh State is renovating its campus dormitories to provide students a better­-quality living space. This year’s project is Moffitt Hall, which is scheduled to be completed by July 2016, PSUC Director of Housing and Residence...

Michael Kimmer to succeed Clayton

Students recently voted Michael Kimmer to succeed Kevin Clayton as president of the Student Association, and he has had a turbulent ride to the top. He will work alongside Isabella Sofia, the new executive vice president of the Student...

Minimum wage headed to $9 an hour

In accordance with legislation passed in 2013, New York State’s minimum wage will increase from $8.75 to $9 an hour Dec. 31. In addition to the general increase in minimum wage, New York state will also raise the minimum wage...
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