Sunday, April 11, 2021

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Off the Hookah hosts 18 and older event

As you’re walking down a dimly-lit hallway and making your way into a large, brightly-colored room, you can hear the DJ playing R&B music as you see a dance floor packed with bodies. It’s just another Thursday night at...

Students pair up for developmental delays

Talented performers will be competing for the win at the Duet for Disabilities event Oct. 7 at 7 p.m. in the  Angell College Center Ballrooms hosted by the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. There will be singing, dancing and maybe...

‘Death of a Salesman’ comes to PSUC

The play “Death of a Salesman” will be presented by Saranac Lake‘s Pendragon Theatre on Oct. 8 at Hartman Theatre in the Myers Fine Arts building. The play will be directed by Bonnie Brewer, director for Pendragon Theatre. Brewer said she...

Students learn from visuals

We all watch the news, or at least we try to because sometimes it just gets a little boring. We turn off evening news shows with Katie Couric and Brian Williams and flip over to Comedy Central for some...

What’s up with our generation?

Millennials are considered people who reach adulthood after the year 2000, the first generation to do so. These are people who are typically born in the late ’80s and ’90s, and according to an article by the Associated Press,...

Team consistency huge for Cards

The Plattsburgh State tennis team thinks consistency will be the key to winning games as the season progresses. Sophomore Jackie Ciriello said the Cardinals played great against St. Lawrence and put their best foot forward, but they need to be...

Editorial: Overpricing of books leading to illegal downloads

In case people haven’t noticed, being a college student is a pretty expensive undertaking. Students are not only worrying about getting good grades and having a fun time, but covering all their expenses becomes quite the endeavor. As news editor...

Cross-country team using week off for healing, training

The PSUC cross-country teams competed in the SLU Hoffman Invitational last weekend and now have a week to prepare for the Hamilton College Invitational and the road to the SUNYAC and regional races. On the men’s side, Nathan Doyle and...

Women find silver lining in difficult stretch

The Plattsburgh State volleyball team’s coaching staff and players are trying to learn and move on from a disappointing first set of conference matches. The Cardinals, 4-9 overall and 0-3 in conference, dropped three matches this past weekend to Geneseo,...

Competitive spirit helps Miller excel

To be a volleyball player, you have to have strength, muscular endurance and mental toughness. Middle hitter Emily Miller fits all these categories. “I’m mentally tough, but people like to call me stubborn,” she said. “They say ‘do something this...
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