Saturday, January 28, 2023

Editorials

Editorial: EIC reflects on experience, says goodbye

Editor in Chief Olivia Bousquet graduates after being a part of Cardinal Points for two and a half years. When joining Cardinal Points, I did not anticipate that I would be spending more than 16 hours a week dedicated to...

Editorial: Respect for Marriage Act passes Senate

American queers rejoiced and celebrated June 26, 2015, when same-sex marriage was ruled legal. Anyone in the states could marry who they love. However, then the Supreme Court became ultra-conservative thanks to the likes of former President Donald Trump....

Editorial: Americans suffering to survive

 In modern times, many on the left side of the political spectrum have gripes with former President Ronald Regan. Due to Reagan’s policies, the federal minimum wage no longer coincides with the cost of living. If it had, federal...

Editorial: Voting impacts local community

Yearly elections are often overshadowed by presidential elections, but they are just as important, especially midterms. Midterm elections were held this year Tuesday, Nov. 8. The results of these polls can easily sway the political landscape for the remainder...

Editorial: November marks Alzheimer’s awareness

November is full of celebrations and history. It’s the month for the American Thanksgiving, Black Solidarity Day and, of course, Black Friday. However, it is also an awareness month, just like the other months of the year. This November,...

Editorial: Loan forgiveness begins, students save

President Joe Biden has finally released the student loan debt relief application after making promises back in August. The relief program will relieve up to $20,000 for students who receive Pell Grants, and up to $10,000 for those who...

Editorial: Mahsa Amini death sparks protests

An outcry for change within Iran has been prevalent through protest, a protest that began Sept. 21 against the Islamic Republic. Why? The death of a 22-year-old woman, Mahsa (Zhina) Amini, who was in police custody after she was...

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...
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This Week in Photos: African Wedding

Bride Demetria Baptiste and groom Christian Morgan hold hands as they walk past a lively crowd. They had just gotten “married.” The theme for the...

WHKY loses, then sinks rival

By Collin Bolebruch  Winning is fun, but it can’t last forever. The Plattsburgh Cardinals women’s hockey team held a regular season conference undefeated streak of...

Q&A with Eli Shiller

By Liam Sample Eli Shiller is a first-year goaltender for the Plattsburgh men’s hockey team. Since making his start Nov. 11 against Brockport, where he...

Issue 11 Cardinal Clips

Dakota Gilbert / Cardinal Points Men’s Basketball By Liam Sample The Plattsburgh men’s basketball team (3-6) traveled to Oneonta (6-2) and New Paltz (5-2) for its...
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