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Jarrett finds new perspective amidst pandemic

Ryan Evans Out of all the faculty members working within the Myers Fine Arts building, few have been blocked off musically in the way that professor Gabe Jarrett has. Jarrett, a jazz drummer and an adjunct faculty member, primarily gives...

Jarrett finds new perspective amidst pandemic

Ryan Evans Out of all the faculty members working within the Myers Fine Arts building, few have been blocked off musically in the way that professor Gabe Jarrett has. Jarrett, a jazz drummer and an adjunct faculty member, primarily gives...

Weekly Tarot Reading

River Ashe This week’s reading comes from the Kuan Yin Oracle deck by Alana Fairchild. This Eastern-themed deck is full of stunning art by Zeng Hao, depicting multiple interpretations of the divine feminine and objects representing her. The cards themselves...

Film Club celebrates, criticizes, produces films

Christyn Pettway SUNY Plattsburgh’s Film club is open to all students interested in talking about all things film. According to the club’s president, Cole Kachejian, a sophomore double majoring in psychology and TV/video production, the Film Club is a community...

Pandemic challenges studio lessons

Bach Do Arts are hands-on disciplines. The nature of the disciplines requires interaction and direct communication between the faculties and students to yield the best results. Hence, studio lessons have been essential for the arts. However, due to COVID and...

EDITORIAL: Cardinal Points’ Responsibility

Cardinal Points Every Friday, Cardinal Points hits the newsstand for the SUNY Plattsburgh community to read. Each week, articles about various topics can be seen in our main three sections; news, opinions and FUSE. Cardinal Points’ goal is to provide...

Celebrities speak out against hate

Carly Newton This past year has been hard on many people all over the world due to the pandemic. COVID-19 has brought out some of the best and the worst in humanity. The U.S. saw a glimpse of the worst...

Female musicians shape industry

Hales Passino Rock and roll is a playground of limitless potential and groundbreaking creativity. It is built on the foundations of going against expectations of the music industry, defying societal norms and having fun while you’re at it. Throughout the...

Students push for wellness days

Natalie St. Denis SUNY students were struck with some bad news during the fall semester. Spring break 2021 was canceled. Colleges around the state made the decision to cancel spring break to decrease the potential spread of COVID-19, as students...

EDITORIAL: End sexism in sports

Cardinal Points The highly anticipated National Collegiate Athletic Association basketball tournament kicked off in early March, after a year hiatus due to COVID-19. Larger colleges around the United States that fall under the Division One category participate in “March Madness,”...
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In the Reels: ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ battles on HBO

Cameron Kaercher The creation of Godzilla is rooted in history. While the original film depicted man in a rubber monster costume stomping on miniature cities...

Remembering Eddie Van Halen

Hales Passino The death of Eddie Van Halen was a sad day in the rock and roll world. After a long, severe battle with various health...

By the Books: Cleary’s legacy lives on in novels

Carly Newton The accomplished and successful children’s book author Beverly Cleary passed away at 104 years old this past March. Cleary was best known for...

Education majors adapt to adversity

Alexa Dumas The field of education has faced many challenges in the past years, due to a teacher shortage. The COVID-19 pandemic has not helped...
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