Saturday, October 1, 2022

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: SA President clarifies call for Whiteface dorm name change

There has been some confusion and concern about the possible name change of Whiteface Hall. This idea was brought forward at the Student Association Senate meeting on April 11. A bill was brought forward by the Vice President for...

Letter to the editor: Student disagrees with absentee ballot

This week, as part of a Residence Life initiative, my team and I held a station where residents could come and fill out a voter registration form, as well as an absentee ballot form. The voter registration form takes...

Letter to the editor: Misused word chance to learn about culture

I was quite surprised to see the headline on page 7 of the most recent Cardinal Points that read: “Music lovers gypped by big business”. It may not be as commonly known as other ethnic slurs, but the term...

Letter to the editor: Looking past privilege to understand issues

I happened to read the opinions article written by Emily Kim concerning athletes who don’t salute the flag during the national anthem. The article is rigged with privileged ignorance. The article’s point was that athletes should stop being bad examples...

Letter to the editor: Student encourages well-informed thoughts

It is evident from the column “NFL players sit in spotlight” that there is a major disconnect in what Black Lives Matter means. Let’s begin by defining it: the Black Lives Matter movement focuses on bringing awareness to the public...

Letter to the editor Adjunct’s deserve better conditions

I had the pleasure of having Professor Richard Aberle, an adjunct lecturer of English, as my English 101 instructor in my first semester here. My experience in his class was wonderful and helped to positively shape my college career,...

Letter to the Editor: Faculty responds to ‘easy’ classes

In “Easy: PSUC students must choose fate” (Feb.12), Julia Overton-Healy remarks that employers look for communication skills, such as “writing, public speaking, sitting across the table from each other and making eye contact. Employers want communication skills and you...

Concerned LGBT faculty member

SUNY Plattsburgh has a new Chief Diversity Officer, Dr. J.W. Wiley. I would like to detail an interaction I had with this individual. Several months ago, I was speaking with Dr. Wiley regarding some of my experiences as an out...

Letter to the editor: PSUC students show initiative, remove posters

Last week, we were shocked to learn that someone felt the need to post signs in the college center downplaying sexual violence, displaying lines such as “don’t be that girl” with regards to rape. Originally, we thought responding to such...
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