The SUNY New Paltz Biology Department welcomes all students to the campus greenhouse outside the Coykendall Science Building every Thursday beginning Oct. 10. Students can attend between 1-4 p.m. until Thursday, Dec. 5. The event is open to the public. The department aims to educate students and the community about […]

In 2008,  the turnout of voters between the ages 18-29 was the second highest in history as young people rallied behind Barack Obama and propelled him to victory, according to CIRCLE, a nonpartisan research center at Tufts University. According to a study by the Pew research center, young voters made […]

Edited and packaged by Austin Kong How can a nonprofit, educational and cultural charitable theater survive during the COVID-19 pandemic? Movie theaters are among many entertainment businesses that don’t have a clear pathway to recovery.  The Rosendale Theatre Collective is a nonprofit, independent company dedicated to preserving the historic Rosendale […]

Republished with permission from the Legislative Gazette On November 10th, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the legislation S.52A/A.5991A into law that would protect New Yorkers’ First Amendment rights from strategic lawsuits aimed at intimidating critics, journalists, or activists.  In a SLAPP lawsuit, an acronym for a “strategic lawsuit against public participation,” […]

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Do you know where your nearest #foodpantry is? Check out this helpful video that highlights three #newpaltz food pantries. Looking for more? http://regionalfoodbank.net is a great resource! 🍎🍏🍋🍊

“I can definitely tell my mental health is deteriorating, I always kind of feel like I am walking on a tight rope almost,” Emily Tabor, a fourth-year education major at SUNY Brockport says about how the pandemic has effected her. Read more on the @littlerebellion #COVID19 #dmj453

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