Tuesday, April 20, 2021
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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...

Master’s Speech-Language Pathology Program Earns Reaccreditation

Mia Morgillo For those who wish to go into clinical work for speech, language and communication disorders, completing a graduate degree at an accredited speech-language...

Tech fee increase proposed for next year

Adeeb Chowdhury Proposals for an increased 2021-22 Educational Technology fee as well as the optional Green Fee were presented during the SA meeting March 13. Dean...

College Honors victims of Sexual Assault

John Church This April, SUNY Plattsburgh Title IX and RADIUS is taking the time to honor individuals who have experienced sexual assault. Since April is...

In the Cards

Joseph Kile, a public relations major at SUNY Plattsburgh and member of the men’s hockey team, has felt frustration and dismay toward this hockey...

Programming Advocate role opens up

Natalie St. Denis Campus Housing and Community Living is welcoming a new position to residential life. A Programming Advocate has the role of creating programs...

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...

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...

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,...

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...

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Students hope for normal semester

Natalie St. Denis After another long, pandemic-ridden semester, many students are looking forward to the fall semester. President Alexander Enyedi sent an email to...

EDITORIAL: Students must get vaccinated

Cardinal Points The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted life and made society reshape what normalcy is. Masks, hand sanitizer and social distancing are all terms that created...

In the Reels: ‘Concrete Cowboy’ saddles up on Netflix

Cameron Kaercher The western is a classic American genre of filmmaking. Cowboys, riding into a town overrun with outlaws to restore order, were staples of...

Inappropriate ‘Spongebob’ Episodes Cut

Carly Newton Two episodes of the cartoon “Spongebob Squarepants” were recently removed from syndication due to the potential offensive content. One episode that had gone...