Tuesday, June 15, 2021

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Tea time

A supplement that boosts metabolism, helps with weight loss, soothes people and tastes great? No, it’s not a new weight loss plan — it’s tea. Like other colleges, Plattsburgh State is a latte-drinking, ice cappuccino-ordering and overall coffee-loving campus. But...

Cardinals pull a 1-0 win over Brockport

The Plattsburgh State men’s hockey team moves to 2-0-0 after beating Brockport (0-2-0) 1-0 Friday night. The Cardinals kept up the offensive attack all night with Brockport’s goalie Jared Lockhurt turning away 33 of the 34 shots he faced. After a...

Study shows core subjects ignored

According to a survey of over 1,000 public and private four-year colleges and universities in the United States, only three percent require economics courses to graduate. The study, released by The American Council of Trustees and Alumni, a nonprofit...

PSUC community ready to stay Up ‘Til Dawn for charity

All semester long, teams at Plattsburgh State have been raising money for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, a medical facility dedicated to treating children’s cancer, and now they’re celebrating their efforts with the Up ‘Til Dawn event, which takes...

PSUC grad finds success in book

Plattsburgh State graduate Matthew Gaul, who graduated with a degree in English in 1998, has recently seen much success with the publication of his book “Tales of Glory: The Stories Icons Tell,” a book that focuses on Byzantine iconography...

Statewide charity group celebrates 50 years

The Plattsburgh State chapter of the New York State Employees Federated Appeal recently hosted a fundraiser to increase donations in the region. Started 50 years ago this year, the New York State Employees Federated Appeal, commonly referred to as SEFA,...

Former PSUC student arrested for sexually assaulting resident

After a female Plattsburgh State student came forward and reported an act of sexual assault, Richard A. Smith, a PSUC student who was asked to leave the college following the week’s events, was arrested Wednesday night and charged with...

Plattsburgh State’s beloved dining hall cashier retiring in December

Most Plattsburgh State students are familiar with the changes Chartwells has made to various campus dining locations, including the reduction of hours that Algonquin Dining Hall is now open and the addition of Einstein Bros. Bagels to Hawkins Hall. But...

McIntosh leader for younger Cards

Shamoy McIntosh came into college with the mindset that nothing really mattered — that college life was all about having fun. He said he started as a freshman who didn’t have direction, and then he grew into one of...

Following heart-breaking loss to Brockport, Cards shift focus toward next season

The Plattsburgh State men’s soccer team came into the year expecting to repeat as SUNYAC champions. This season, the Cardinals finished in seventh place in the SUNYAC conference, missing out on a postseason opportunity. Head coach Chris Waterbury said the...
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This Week in Photos: Semester Recap (May 7, 2021)

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Student Art Spotlight: Jade Nguyen (April 30, 2021)

Hi, my name is Jade and I am a senior graphic designer and photographer from Vietnam. The Clay Pot Eatery and Bar is a...

This Week in Photos: SUNY Fest (April 30, 2021)

Despite having Kesha perform for this year’s virtual SUNY Fest, about nine students showed up to Memorial field for the showing of the concert.

Student Art Spotlight: Audrey Lapinski (April 23, 2021)

Hi! I’m Audrey and I’m a senior B.A. student concentrating in graphic design. A lot of my work focuses on the more mundane moments...
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