For the past 11 years, for a few days in October, film lovers flock to the small town of Woodstock in upstate New York, hoping […]
Alex Storozynski graduated from New Paltz in 1983 with a degree in political science and minors in journalism and law & politics, and has […]
Katie Koch graduated from New Paltz with a bachelor’s degree in communication disorders in December 2009, with no job prospects, and no idea what her […]
Don’t kill your TV just yet! Production freelancer and businesswoman Ivey Elizabeth Haber designs sets for film and TV, like Play-Doh’s “Shape and Spin Elmo,” […]
Anilsa Nunez had only lived in the United States for three years before she started at New Paltz, and the transition to college life was […]
On Sunday morning, Meg Zanetich left her house with a notebook, a pen, and an agenda – cover the Boy Scout pancake breakfast. “Yes, the […]
It was the bottom of the seventh inning on Thursday, May 6 and the State University of New York (SUNY) at New Paltz Hawks softball team was beating the hosted SUNY Cortland Red Dragons, the dominating school of the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC). After a defensive error by the Hawks, they lost the lead and lost the game.
Should a mosque be built just two blocks north of Ground Zero? Supporters cite their constitutional rights to build and pray, and claim that those […]
We can sit back and make as many excuses as we want, OR we could play active roles in improving our health, happiness and future.
If you’re looking to eat well and support local farms, Taliaferro Farms has a wide of range organic products (fruits and veggies, freshly baked artisan breads, meat and dairy products, local honey and maple syrup), and is located just a short distance from Main Street in New Paltz.
I like Chinese food. In fact, I once got a fortune that said just that: You love Chinese food. So it’s always been a huge bone of contention that when I come to New Paltz, I don’t have very many options. Now there’s even less. Sigh.
This summer’s state cigarette tax has caused many to snuff out their addictions, but this is not the case for many SUNY New Paltz smokers. […]
At first glance, there won’t seem to be anything different about Rosendale from any other quaint little upstate town, save for the historical Rosendale Theatre, which opened its doors more than 60 years ago in February 1949.
I wrote this article to remind myself of, and to share with you, the remarkably rewarding benefits of drinking more water! Mayoclinic.com states that the […]
The State University of New York (SUNY) at New Paltz took a step towards the future on Oct. 5 when Congressman Maurice Hinchey (D-Hurley) announced […]
If you were to look up the word “cougar” on Merriam-Webster.com, the result would be, “a large, powerful, tawny-brown cat.” But over the last few […]
Due to the acoustic friendly environment, many musicians such as “Weird Al” Yankovic and Vinnie Martucci record music in their bathrooms. Up until now, that […]
Scores of families and their pets congregated on Oct. 3 to celebrate the anniversary of the Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park and the […]