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‘13 going on 30,’ 20 years 

  By Kolin Kriner “13 Going On 30,” directed by Gary Winick, celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. With that, I wanted to take the opportunity to take a deep dive into the true theme hidden behind this fun and ditzy...

Incoming SA president, VP discuss goals

From left: Kalema Gooding and Sandesh Poudel were elected president and vice president, respectively, of the 62nd legislation of the Student Association.   By Aleksandra Sidorova Student votes yielded a new president and vice president for the upcoming academic year  the general Student...

Outside view on U.S. culture 

  By Victoria Campbell Americans are stereotyped to be more selfish compared to other cultures. A reason for why Americans might be perceived this way is that they tend to be more individualistic, which causes the impression of selfishness.  The United States...

Speaking out against mental health stigma

  By Victoria Campbell Mental health is a sensitive topic in our society. Some openly talk about it, some ignore it and some think struggling is a sign of weakness. Discomfort in speaking about mental health does have a connection to...

April highlights ending sexual violence

  By Nadia Paschal April — Sexual Assault Awareness Month — is a time for survivors and those passionate about fighting the issue to come together and rally support for the cause.  Dedicating a whole month to the topic shines a brighter...

SA Senate belatedly approves 5 clubs for permanent status

  By Aleksandra Sidorova The Student Association Senate approved five clubs for permanent status at its meeting April 23, months overdue. The five clubs approved were the Hospitality Management Club, the Cooking Club, the Environmental Club, Female Excellence in Science and Technology...

SUNY honorees reflect on journeys

From left: Kara Oatman and Christine Parmeter were this year's two recipients of the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence.   By Aleksandra Sidorova Two SUNY Plattsburgh seniors received the highest honor SUNY can bestow. One spread her wings spending five years...

Ask an Athlete: Grace Yarkosky

Grace Yarkosky competed in both track and field and hockey this year.   By Collin Bolebruch Grace Yarkosky, a Plattsburgh State women’s hockey player and nursing student, decided she didn’t have enough on her plate — so she joined the track &...

BSU, UP team up for hoops

Jeremy Love-Smith rises to block a layup in the semifinal game April 27.     By Kamiko Chamble Members of University Police ditched their uniforms and radios for jerseys and play calls as they faced off with students on the basketball court. The University...

Burghy: the face of Plattsburgh State

Naomi Bradshaw, the creator of the first Burghy, catches up with Burghy at her home May 1.   By Collin Bolebruch & Michael Purtell The 1980-81 Plattsburgh State Cardinals men’s ice hockey team blew the doors open for what the program would...
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