The era of the envelope is approaching extinction. Technology is clawing into nearly every facet of our lives, and paper documents are being replaced by a left click of a mouse or a touch on a Smartphone display. Nothing is safe from the switch—including the student financial aid process. The […]
Month: March 2012
Kaitlyn Vella asks students why they decided on SUNY New Paltz.
Victoria Morrell interviews students on SUNY New Paltz attendance policy.
Colleen Stewart interviews students about how they decided on their majors.
Kerri Potter explores what image students have of New Paltz.
As I’m struggling to zip up my long winter jacket while balancing my backpack and cell phone, I realize the only time I have to call my mom for her birthday is during my walk to my 8 a.m. class. I dial the home number. When she softly answers, “Hello,” […]
Hannah Nesich inquires about activities New Paltz students do.
The Recycling Club held its second annual Game Night March 15 in the Student Union Building multipurpose room. Ten teams of members from different clubs and organizations competed in game show-themed activities based on recycling and protecting the environment. The game show-themed games played included Jeopardy, The Price is Right, Wheel […]
The New Paltz Slam Team hosted the third annual Wade-Lewis Poetry Slam Invitational from March 2 until March 4. The event featured competition and workshops in rap and spoken word. The event featured two nights of poetry by performers from different schools, and the third night consisted of performances by […]
Elan Abreu, a third-year psychology major, with a concentration in biology, and evolutionary studies minor, will be attending the 2012 North Eastern Evolutionary Psychology Society conference to present her research on Impulse Control Disorders. Abreu will construct a poster displaying her research in order for people to view and ask […]
Bob Waugh Poetry Reading on PhotoPeach
Most people are busy working a few jobs in the current economic climate. This is especially true for recently graduated college students. For one SUNY New Paltz alumni, busyness is an afterthought. Lara Hope is more concerned with entertaining, while also helping people along the way. Lara Hope, 25, a […]
When people think about Greek life, they may think about big houses with exclusive parties filled with students who haven’t got a care in the world. Well this idea is far from the truth, according to current Greek life members. Greek life has struggled with a bad reputation, such as […]
“You want to know, and we want to tell you.” This slogan has covered bulletin boards, lamp posts, T-shirts, and bright green fliers placed on tables and desks across the SUNY New Paltz campus. The TRANSaction event that this slogan advertised, organized by the LeFevre Hall staff and Residence […]
SUNY New Paltz has increasingly become a local melting pot, attracting students from all parts of the world with its exceptional academic and diverse appeal, according to New Paltz’s study abroad website. New Paltz’s distance from New York City also appealed to many students interested in studying in America. “I […]