Once upon a time, a sorority was defined as “a society for female students in a university or college, typically for social purposes.” The women who joined these organizations longed for a place to belong on their college campuses and sought to make a positive difference to their communities. But […]

At SUNY New Paltz, the honors program is the place for great minds to develop and explore new intellectual territory. Students in the program can either enter from high school or apply while enrolled in college. They must complete four seminars and in their senior year create, write and present […]

With two stages and 15 hours of live music and art, the fifth annual Forest Fest was back and bigger than ever. A steady flow of attendees flocked by car, shuttle and even bike to enjoy one of the warmest days of the year at the Center for Symbolic Studies. […]

A typical Sunday evening was unfolding. His friends had just returned to his college apartment, where they went to work breaking up the 30mg pill on the kitchen table. Some chose to eat their portion while others pinched one of their nostrils shut, leaned forward, and inhaled. In no time […]

Rob Miraldi: An innovator, reporter, professor, and friend. Every journalism major remembers their first journalism class. I certainly remembered mine. Waiting for class to begin, I remembered watching my professor walk in. He was casually dressed in jeans and a polo shirt. He was balding but he made up for […]

Our generation is among the most well educated to date, according to the latest government information available, compiled for the National Center for Educational Statistics. On our campus at SUNY New Paltz, the number of students completing their degrees continues to rise, but the disparity between men and women enrolling […]

At SUNY New Paltz, acceptance into the BFA painting program is coveted. Each semester, a spot only becomes available when another student leaves — sometimes it’s ten, sometimes it’s just one. Once they’re admitted, students are given their own studio space to work in at any time, and they do. […]

A study by the American Sociological Association says students who binge drink are happier than those who do not. What about the non-partiers? Are they, as the study suggests, bound to be less content? What do they do on the weekends? SUNY New Paltz Correspondent Ricardo Hernandez decided to find […]

When looking at your tuition bill for each semester, have you ever wondered what the extra fees are for? For an undergraduate student under the “Student Accounts” section of my.newpaltz.edu, aside from the tuition bill there is a student service fee of $581.50, a college fee of $12.50, and a […]

On Feb. 2, more than 200 people were crowded in the SUNY New Paltz Multi-Purpose Room. Fifty to 60 of them were poets, who sat in chairs and waited impatiently for an answer they began preparing for months before. Students from Harvard occupied one row of the audience, while N.Y.U. […]

With graduation approaching on May 19, graduating seniors are reflecting on their past four years at New Paltz and are starting to plan for their futures. Liana Messina, a public relations major, is currently finishing up her internship at Rogers & Cowan in Manhattan while job searching for the summer. […]

On a cold January weekend, Tyler Adams, 16, went with a friend to shop for a new outfit to wear to a school dance. At Hoosic Valley High School in Schaghticoke, N.Y., the winter semi-formal was a well-attended event that students looked forward to for weeks. With cash from babysitting […]

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