Directed and produced by Alex DePinto, Deanna Dibenedetto and John Mingione This documentary on homosexuality looks through the lives of five individuals, explains struggles that homosexuals have gone through and still are going through in order to be treated equally. Directed and produced by Alex DePinto, Deanna Dibenedetto and John […]

The Inaugural Mr. New Paltz: Male Beauty Pageant fundraiser was held on December 8, 2010 at 9 p.m. in the Student Union Multi-Purpose Room. Sponsored by Student Association and Residence Hall Student Association, this is the first male pageant hosted by SA. This event was created as a fundraiser for Pakistan […]

A lot of people like lucky numbers. How is this one for you? 596. According to the documentary Gasland, which was screened at SUNY New Paltz just before Thanksgiving break, that is the number of chemicals that are placed into the hydrofracking mixture used to bring up natural gas from […]

Students in England attacked Prince Charles’ car this week because of a proposed tuition hike. They smashed a window and threw paint on the car. No one was hurt. Considering SUNY’s current situation, maybe we should follow suit? Suits are the staple of business attire. But if you’re a philosophy […]

Summer beckoned. Twenty-seven students could hear it out the window, kicking at spring’s heels to move on. It was the last day of classes. The students’ final projects, printed out and punctured with a Swingline, were now in their professor’s black leather briefcase. For some, it was the last day […]

The Kinks, The Mekons, Tall Dwarfs, The Clash and The Velvet Underground. These are the top five all-time favorite bands of John Lefsky, the owner of Jack’s Rhythms in New Paltz. The walls of Jack’s are plastered with posters of Joy Division, Elliott Smith, Fugazi and The Cramps: Lefsky’s list […]

Karen Wallace, an accomplished children’s and young adult author, graced SUNY New Paltz with her very pleasant presence on Dec. 3.She came to welcome the start of the play Wendy, based on her young adult novel of the same title. She also gave a lecture and conducted a writing workshop, […]

Whether we like it or not, the world is on it’s way to becoming completely digitized. Those who continue to deny the technological revolution, with newspapers and CDs clutched tightly in their hands, will simply be left behind. The United States military forces have been quick to recognize this and […]

A young priest walks into a prison and is immediately stripped of his identity. The security guards take his license, wallet, and cross necklace. He hears the echo of the stone walls, sees the dullness of color and begins to feel disoriented. It’s like living in a gymnasium. He notices […]

With the economy continuing to struggle, many colleges, both public and private, are being forced to cut their budgets significantly. The SUNY system has reallocated more than $400 million in the past two years, forcing the reduction of programs across several campuses. Despite this, one thing that has not taken […]

We love astronomy news and news about extraterrestrial life, and this one is the best yet. Scientists have discovered a new form of life, and it doesn’t have any of the properties that harbor life on Earth! These babies are made out of straight-up ARSENIC. This could revolutionize bioenergy. In […]

Kevin Dougherty is a second year student at SUNY New Paltz. In addition to that, he is a martial artist, a purple belt at the Orango Karate System. Karate is in all aspects of Kevin’s life; not only does it’s teachings effect fighting, but also his schoolwork, interpersonal relations, and […]

Dexter Pabulayan has an infectious craving for human flesh. Not literally though. Pabulayan is one of the bandana-wearing, Nerf blaster-armed students, creeping and running around campus playing Human vs. Zombies (HvZ). “It’s basically a glorified and addictive game of tag,” said Pabulayan, a third-year student and president of HvZ at […]

After the departure of six seniors last season, four of which were starters, the leadership of the women’s basketball team has fallen into the hands of the three-year guards Kaitlin Clifford and Caitlin Irwin. Clifford, who sports the number 11, has stepped into the role of starting point guard, replacing […]

After an exciting 79-77 win in their first game this semester, the SUNY New Paltz women’s basketball team came into their Nov. 17 game against the Mt. Saint Mary Knights raring to go. They came into the game hard, and dominated in rebounds, but struggled in shot selection and free […]

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