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Student Association

SA funds Afrofest, targets safety

By Aleksandra Sidorova After some deliberation, the Student Association Senate decided to allocate $1,465 to the club African Unity and announced the 60th legislation’s finance policy at its meeting Wednesday, Sept. 21. SA President Taiba Azeem also announced working with...

SA welcomes members, funds bikes

By: Aleksandra Sidorova The Student Association approved new members at its executive and senate meetings Sept. 12 and 14. The SA also granted the club Biketopia “up to $650” to spend on bike parts. A major theme at both meetings...

SA pres. answers nepotism concerns

By Aleksandra Sidorova The Student Association hosted an executive meeting Monday, Sept. 5, and a senate meeting Wednesday, Sept. 7. The meetings officially established the SA’s 60th legislation.  Both meetings showed unanimous approval for the appointment of various adviser positions to...

Student Association presidential, vice presidential election candidates

By Aleksandra Sidorova The Student Association is holding its election for its 60th legislation Tuesday, April 19. Two students — Robert Henn and Taiba Azeem — are running for president, and the two candidates for vice president are Mary Stockman...

OurBus route proposed, SA waits to speak with admin

By Olivia Bousquet The biggest topic of discussion at the Student Association senate meeting April 6 was about a potential service called OurBus, an intercity and commuter busing company. Alexis Zhou, a representative from OurBus, presented via Zoom about the benefits...

By-law constitutionality questioned at SA meeting

By Olivia Bousquet Constitutionality was challenged at the two-hour long Student Association senate meeting March 30. Former Senator Ryan Ferguson challenged an executive by-law presented to the senate by Senator Lisette Linares. The by-law would change the wording and voting procedures...

SA funds Black Onyx pageant event, $2,600

By Olivia Bousquet The Student Association held its weekly meeting March 23, but without much to discuss on the agenda.  The biggest financial request for the meeting was from Black Onyx for its eighth annual pageant. The two representative members of...

SA approves budget changes

By Olivia Bousquet The Coordinator of Activities, Laman Hanifayeva, asked the Student Association Senate for money in the Activities Coordination Board entertainment budget to be moved around for better activities. The first vote unanimously passed to move $925 of the...

Rep. speaks to SA senate

By Olivia Bousquet A representative from the SUNY Student Assembly Michael Casey presented two resolutions to the Student Association Senate Feb. 16.  Casey was not asking for verbal support from the SA, but to bring awareness to the two resolutions that...

SA kicks off semester

By Olivia Bousquet One hundred and one days to do something great was the message Student Association Advisor Jacob Avery left the senate thinking about after its first meeting Feb. 9. Information from last semester was reviewed, such as approving December’s...
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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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