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Forever a Cardinal, Kyle Richardson

By Collin Bolebruch & Liam Sample Kyle Richardson, alumnus and former Cardinal basketball captain, died last week at the age of 28. The loss weighs heavy over the heads of the SUNY Plattsburgh community and students both current and former.  The...

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. Unlike other athletics on campus, PFunk doesn’t have multiple games a week or vigorous practices....

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 in the face of adversity. The Cardinals (5-2-1) visited the Geneseo Knights (6-3) Sept. 24 for...

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 Geneseo Knights, the Cardinals fell 1-0 in heartbreaking fashion. A goal at the 82-minute mark...

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. Oswego has had a winning history, with a past record of 10 wins against Plattsburgh....

Platts community reads banned books

By Kiyanna Noel Feinberg Library’s Director Elin O’Hara-Gonya hosted the annual Banned Books Read Out Sept. 21 from noon to 2 p.m. Approximately 25 students and faculty gathered in the Reading Room located on the third floor of Feinberg Library...

Study hours focus on student success

By Jessica Grigolava  Almost six weeks into the semester, students may be finding themselves struggling in classes. Focus may be dropping, and procrastination may be rising. Student Support Services’ study hours and tutors are eager to help students combat that.   The...

Issue 3 In the Stars

By Kiyanna Noel   ARIES March 21 - April 19 The 7 of Worlds card represents having a breakthrough. You may overcome obstacles and mental barriers this week.   TAURUS April 20 - May 20 The Ace of Worlds card represents success. You may experience...

Late Night for the Planet returns

By Sydney Hakes  Music could be heard echoing up the sidewalk before reaching the door of Olive Ridleys Tuesday, Sept. 20. It was local band The Gallery, opening for the main event of the night, Late Night for the Planet.  The...

North Country portrays beauty

By Rocco Golden At a glance, the Town of Plattsburgh may come off to the average person as just another town in Northern New York. Many people don’t really know all too much about the history and the culture of...
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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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