Two 14-year-old boys are being held by Hudson Police after they allegedly robbed two men at gunpoint. The Pakistani government has offered more than a $100,000 award for anyone who “identifies” the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) members who shot a 14-year old blogger in the head. The girl, who the TTP claimed […]
Alyssa Haining asks SUNY New Paltz students about the best and worst foods on campus. What Do You Think About The Food On Campus? from J1 videos on Vimeo.
“Undiscovered New Paltz” is an assignment undertaken by students in Lisa Phillips Feature Writing class. In the series, student journalists chronicle their experiences with the roads less traveled in New Paltz, shedding light on the seemingly-mundane, under-appreciated corners of the town. I passed by a large white farmhouse on Huguenot […]
“Blasphemous” religious imagery sparks mass protests—by Orthodox Christians in Belgrade. More than 18,000 illegal online pharmacies shut down by FDA. Last speaker of Scottish dialect dies—one of the 3,000 languages estimated to perish by century’s end dies with him. Scottsdale Police Officer cleared of all charges after he kills unarmed man holding grandson—sixth person killed by the officer […]
An Ulster County resident is making a big splash in Hollywood. Andrew “Andy” Pagana, who shares a home between Ulster County and Burbank, California, has been working hard to brand himself and pave his own path in Hollywood. Born and raised in Newburgh, Pagana always had a penchant for film. […]
Michael Gold walks down the stairs into a dimly lit room. He flicks the switch and hundreds of faces stare back at him. Former first lady Hilary Clinton, former Vice President Walter Mondale, Tito Puente, boxer Floyd Patterson and the founder of Cablevision Alan Gerry, are all assembled along Gold’s […]
With the presidential election a little over a month away and the deadline to register to vote, Oct. 12, only a week away, political fervor is in the air. As a result of the first debate on Oct. 3, social media was overrun with opinions and comments regarding the statements […]
Third-year English and public relations major Nicole Brinkley sits hunched over her laptop, her “Doctor Who” calendar — dedicated solely to her blogging schedule — resting in her lap. With only a few empty squares left on the October page, her Young Adult (YA) book blog, WORD for Teens, will […]
Students on campus at SUNY New Paltz will notice a new set of solar panels at the South Classroom Building after October 1. After a setup lasting four days, the school is now operating a twenty-panel solar system that is estimated to contribute 6,000 kilowatt hours per year to the […]
What’s wrong with drinking a large, refreshing soda after a hard day of work? Well, according to New York City Mayor Bloomberg, a lot. The soda buzz sparked back in May when the Bloomberg administration proposed the ban of large sugary drinks exceeding 16 fluid ounces. On Sept. 13, Bloomberg’s […]
A tiny 80-year-old Japanese man with a wispy grey mohawk rolls out a bright green suitcase in front of a wall-length canvas. He puts it down and begins to unpack its contents onto the tarp he is standing on. Ushio Shinohara pulls out a pair of boxing gloves with foam […]
Zack Mcgrath from Kimberly Ruth’s Journalism 1 class asks students who they will be rooting for in the MLB playoffs. UPDATE: Since the video was made the Oakland Athletics and New York Yankees won their respective divisions.
No Way! News is real news you may not have heard…. Los Angeles chef kills his wife, cooks her body and proceeds to jump off an 80 foot cliff. NHL canceled the rest of the 2012 preseason Thursday. German woman accused of killing five babies. Anti-government protests in Madrid result in rioting. This video shows some more […]
For one commuter student, the start of the fall 2012 school semester began with an accident which placed her in the hospital. According to a Times Herald Record press release, “a SUNY New Paltz student was critically injured when she was struck by a car” on the morning of Aug. […]
Students react to Mitt Romney’s 47% comment Question of the Week: How does Romney’s 47 percent comment affect your view of the election? from Journalism One on Vimeo.
In true narcoleptic fashion, I’m choosing to dedicate this week’s post to sleeping. And by sleeping, I mean napping. Napping can be a college student’s best friend or arch nemesis, depending on how long the nap lasts. Back in my glory days, when I took AP Psychology in High School, […]
By Darcy Reddan Sam Lachow “Nothing’s Gonna Change” from Darcy Reddan on Vimeo. Despite Sam Lachow’s removal from the first annual Hazfest on Sept. 13, University Police said the artist is not banned from the campus. Lachow was removed because of disparaging remarks he made about the university and its […]
By Maria Schettini The S-Stop, located on the first floor of Hasbrouck Dining Hall, is now open to students who are looking for late night snacks or drinks. The S-Stop used to serve as an extension of the Hawk Street Station that served sandwiches, pizza, soups and other food items. […]