The annual Chazy Central Rural School music department holiday Concert will be held on Sunday, Dec. 8, at 2 p.m. in the school auditorium.
With Lake Champlain in their backyard, it makes sense that Plattsburgh State’s fishing club is making a splash with their bass fishing talents.
At its November meeting, the SUNY Plattsburgh College Council approved resolutions temporarily renaming the new business and computer science building, while giving permanent names to a conference room and terrace.
The Model UN delegation from SUNY Plattsburgh has just brought home the Best Large Delegation Award from the fourth annual Cornell International Affairs Conference, held Oct. 17 - 20 at Cornell University.
SUNY Plattsburgh has ranked among the top 120 four-year schools in the country for veterans.
Cardinal Points, SUNY Plattsburgh’s student-run newspaper, was named to the Associated Collegiate Press’s Best of Show list at the National Collegiate Media Association convention in New Orleans, Oct. 23 through 27.
New York State Department of Labor Secretary Peter Rivera attended a ribbon-cutting at the new CV-Tech satellite campus off Rugar Street Oct. 24.
Kent State’s College of Education, Health and Human Services recently honored a SUNY Plattsburgh lecturer with the 2013 Recent Alumni Hall of Fame Award.
An internationally recognized expert on criminal justice, Dr. Tom Nolan, has joined the SUNY Plattsburgh criminal justice faculty as its chair.
Officials from SUNY Plattsburgh will unveil a portrait of Dr. Mary Roden-Tice, the college’s newest distinguished teaching professor, at a 4 p.m. ceremony, Monday, Oct. 21, in Feinberg Library.
Plattsburgh High School Superintendent James M. Short announced recently that due to the dwindling number of players, the Plattsburgh High School varsity football team has been forced to cancel the remainder of its season.
Every community has something that is the backbone of it. For some it’s a church, a football team or a person. For New York State the SUNY system is its backbone. At a forum on Thursday, Sept. 26 at Clinton Community College a discussion was held about the opportunities that can be found in SUNY in the North Country. This particular event was part of a series of four discussions that will take place across the state. The discussion held at Clinton Community College was the first in the series.
More and more students are applying to Plattsburgh State University College, allowing the college to invite the highest quality of students into the Plattsburgh community. “I think students who are here and those who have attended Plattsburgh State are telling people about their education here and letting people know how much we have to offer,” said Michelle Oullette, Director of Public Relations at Plattsburgh State University College (PSUC). “Our ultimate goal is to find students that are the best fit for what we have to offer and will be able to thrive here and add to our college campus.”
Paul Smith’s College will continue to allow students to hunt on college owned land.
“There’s nothing in the SAFE Act that prevents a college from allowing a student to store a firearm on a campus,” said Phil Fiacco, Director of Campus Safety at Paul Smith’s.
Literacy Volunteers of Clinton County is in need of new tutors.