All Points Now is student-produced, brought to you by the journalism students of SUNY Plattsburgh. Our mission is to inspire and motivate all things lifestyle, providing our busy readers with quick but valuable insights into fashion, entertainment, arts, food, health and wellness throughout their week. Whatever it is, we’ve got you covered.

If you have questions about APN or would like to share comments and feedback, please email us at apnmagonline@gmail.com.

Our archives are currently under construction, but we will gladly furnish files of previous content upon request.

We’d love to hear from you!


Kaylee Adams


Kaylee Adams is a senior at SUNY Plattsburgh from Fort Covington, New York. She is double majoring in multimedia journalism and magazine journalism, as well as minoring in photography. In her free time, Kaylee’s a creative writer and avid concert-goer. She would love to one day write for Rolling Stone Magazine or pursue a career as a concert photographer.

Sophia DeVito

Web Editor

Sophia DeVito is currently a senior at SUNY Plattsburgh, majoring in magazine journalism with a minor in marketing. Sophia is from a small town near Saratoga Springs, New York. In her future she envisions herself working in the fashion field as a buyer for a brand name clothing store. Additionally, Sophia wants to work at a fashion magazine like Vogue or Cosmopolitan, writing about fashion and beauty. She plans to start her own lifestyle blog sometime in her career.

Anthony Bubbico

Staff Writer

Anthony Bubbico is a junior at SUNY Plattsburgh. He majors in magazine journalism and has a minor in English. In his free time, Anthony enjoys playing the drums and writing fiction. In the future, Anthony hopes to work for Entertainment Weekly, as well as write and publish his own volume of short stories.

Cole Garrow

Contributing Writer

Cole Garrow is a senior in his final semester at SUNY Plattsburgh. He majors in both business administration and entrepreneurship. He is originally from Louisiana; however, he has spent most of his life in upstate New York. While out of class, he enjoys reading classics and learning new skills. In the future, he has aspirations of making products people may someday use and perhaps building a business out of that.

John Melegos

Staff Writer


Letter from the Editor:

As the winter snow melts and the warmer weather returns, APN is back with some big changes.

Welcome, my name is Kaylee Adams, and this is my second semester as the editor-in-chief. Somehow the APN crew has become even smaller than before. Joining me is Sophia DeVito, my trusty sidekick and web editor. With only two regular staff writers and one contributing writer, we still plan to bring our readers a sufficient amount of content.

You may have noticed our recent name change on social media or our previous web page. APN now stands for All Points Now. The acronym previously stood for All Points North; however, since the creation of our sister-publication, DoNorth, APN didn’t have a proper name. This change isn’t very big, but felt necessary in order to complete our rebranding that has been in process for a while.

As always, APN is working toward finding new ways to branch into the multimedia world. We encourage our readers to reach out on social media if they see something they like or if there’s something they would like to see more of.




  1. Adam Szot


    My name is Adam Szot. I was actually the founding editor-in-chief for All Points NORTH back in the spring of 2002, when it launched under the guidance of Professor Gretel Schueller.

    May I ask why the name of the magazine was changed from All Points North to All Points NOW?

    Anyway, I like the clean layout of the website and I’m glad to see you’re still in operation!




    1. apnmag

      Hi, Adam. We chose the new name this semester because we thought it would better reflect the website, as we aim to provide our readers with up-to-date content in many departments. We haven’t been All Points North for a while. The name was just APN. As you’ve probably noticed, the website is no longer tourism-based. This is a result of the creation of the print publication, DoNorth. You can visit them at donorthmag.com.


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