After a two-year break from the tradition, Homecoming is returning to its October home. The college took a different track with this longtime SUNY Plattsburgh tradition in 2010 and 2011, pairing Homecoming with Family Weekend, held earlier in the fall. Read more.
Weddings can bring forth feelings of love, times of celebration and acts of complete debauchery. At least that’s the case in “Tony n' Tina’s Wedding,” a hit that’s been performing its notorious nuptials since 1988.
This year, three SUNY Plattsburgh alumni are rejoining the Proctor’s Theatre cast for the Schenectady, N.Y., performances, Jan. 12-15. Read more.
For SUNY Plattsburgh Professor Justin Gustainis, 2011 was a banner year for communicating — not just in the communication department, where he celebrated 29 years on faculty — but in the realm of fiction writing.
He even caught the attention of Hollywood. Read more.
Sixty youth and adults will travel across the globe this year — from sub-Saharan Africa all the way to SUNY Plattsburgh — for short-term study through the new Youth Leadership Program with Francophone Africa.
The program offers lessons on youth leadership, American government and more. Awarded to SUNY Plattsburgh and PAGE Inc., this $330,000 grant was the only one of its kind to have been given this year. Read more.
On any given day in the United States from 20 to 25 percent of men and 30 to 40 percent of women are trying to lose weight. Most of that weight, however, does not come from seasonal overindulgence.
Studies have shown that the average person only gains one or two pounds over the holidays. The problem is, over time, those pounds can add up. Read more.
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