Saturday, October 1, 2022

Editorials

Editorial: Hurricane Ian Destroys Homes

Any Floridian knows that living on the Southwestern coast of the U.S. is a venture, considering how close some live to water in Key West. Many residents are usually avidly prepared for a large storm, typically experiencing one once...

EDITORIAL: NYC masking signs cause controversy

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been clear controversy over differing opinions on wearing a mask. Some argue forcing one to wear a mask infringes on personal liberty and freedom of expression, while others believe it is a piece...

Editorial: Abortion bans attack autonomy

The access to safe abortions is becoming more restricted, as Texas, Idaho, and Tennessee began to enforce “trigger laws” August 25.  As Roe v. Wade was struck down June 24, after the Supreme Court overturned the almost 50-year-old constitutional right...

Editorial: Transgender rights restricted

Transgender individuals are being discriminated against once again, as Missouri lawmakers hosted a public hearing April 21 where they introduced  House Bill 2649. Discussion surrounded the notion that gender-affirming care should not be made available to young adults younger...

EDITORIAL: Brooklyn subway shooting injures many

The students at SUNY Plattsburgh stand in solidarity with the five critically injured individuals, the nearly two dozen injured people and those affected in the mass Brooklyn subway shooting April 12. Right before 8:30 a.m., during the shooting, the...

EDITORIAL: ‘Lake of blood’ protests war

The invasion of Russia into Ukraine is still happening — and Russian residents are now fighting back through protest.  April 7, in Vilnius, Lithuania, a “lake of blood” has been created in front of the Russian embassy, to signify to...

Editorial: Climate restoration calls for action

There is no Planet B.  This is all we have. Therefore, we need to begin to protect it, not with just legislation proposed, but with non-performative activism and practicing sustainability in our everyday lives.  In 2021, the United Nations released a...

EDITORIAL: Woman nominated, Supreme Court

It is time for change.  President Joe Biden nominated Ketanji Brown Jackson to sit on the Supreme Court, Feb. 25. She could be the first Black woman to be appointed and confirmed — a monumental, positive shift for our government,...

EDITORIAL: Bill passes through Senate

Disclaimer: There is strong language and subject material in this article. After more than 200 failed attempts of the U.S. government to pass one of the most important legislations toward righteousness, the Senate finally passed a bill March 7, that...

Editorial: We stand with Ukraine

We are in a time of uncertainty.  Ukraine has now been fighting every day to protect their land from Russia, which is being bombed and destroyed during the most aggressive attack since World War ll.  Ukraine became independent, a sovereign state...
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P-Funk, Platts’ Ultimate Club

By Collin Bolebruch College sports are often associated with hard work, dedication and competition. PFunk just wants to have fun. PFunk is Plattsburgh’s student-operated ultimate club....

Vasquez fuels men’s soccer’s first conference win

By Collin Bolebruch In its first conference win of the season, the Plattsburgh Cardinals men’s soccer team proved that it can rise to the occasion...

Women’s soccer searching for first conference win

By Liam Sample The Plattsburgh women’s soccer team experienced an agonizing sports phenomenon: outplaying an opponent and losing. In its recent conference game against the...

Volleyball crushed by conference foes

By Melanie Lanzo The Plattsburgh women’s volleyball team went to Oswego State Lakers’ Max Ziel Gymnasium Sept. 23 to compete in its opening SUNYAC game....
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