The Farmers Market moved from its usual spot on the Academic Concourse to Old Main Quad for Farm Fest on April 25. SUNY New Paltz’s organizations, Students for Sustainable Agriculture and Oxfam America, held the event. The ceramics department provided vases, mugs and pottery for sale all made by students. […]

A CALL TO SUNY NEW PALTZ: TOWARDS A STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENT OF RACIAL EQUITY This message is directed to the students and faculty of this college, and also its administrators who are delegated to implement and sustain a mission of “diversity.”[1] The same administration that has yet to admit that the […]

I’m used to tokenism. I come from a small town. All throughout elementary school, I was the only person of color in my classes. In the entire school, including my brother and myself, there were about seven of us. I was used to all of my friends being white. It […]

I am ‘other.’ Being an individual with an equally divided ration of two separate identities, I am not alone as “other.” According to a 2010 Census Bureau report, 9 million people reported as identifying as more than one race. As a Colombian and Croatian, I fall into that 3 percent […]

On the second Saturday of each month, the Winter Sun Indoor Farmer’s Market comes to New Paltz. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. local farms and businesses display their produce and goods. Winter Sun also offers sign-ups and pick-ups for shares. The market is located in the Community Center, behind Town […]

We need to take back our water. Its time to get disposable water bottles off our campus. On April 29, at noon in SUB MPR, come sign our petition and show support for a cause worth making noise about. Pressure SUNY New Paltz administration to renovate our water fountains, and […]

Ryan Fasciano and John Tappen recap the NCAA Men’s College Basketball Tournament. They discuss how difficult it is to predict the tournament’s outcome and all the amazing upsets that happened. They also share their admiration for another great tournament. [soundcloud url=”http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/89058136″ params=”” width=” 100%” height=”166″ iframe=”true” /]

As a zero waste initiative village, New Paltz practices ways to reduce its environmental impact all year, not just in April. This spring, the newest venture underway in New Paltz is a Repair Café, intended to be a place for community members to take their broken items and not only […]

Humans Vs. Zombies (HvZ) is a moderated game of tag played outdoors on college campuses throughout the SUNY system and around the world. It involves two teams, “Humans” and “Zombies”. Every semester at SUNY New Paltz, there is typically a one week-long game of HvZ.

On April 22, SUNY New Paltz students showed their support for environmentally-friendly practices by celebrating Earth Day. The Eco-friendly spirit didn’t stop there. Festivities took place all week on campus and in town to celebrate our Earth and promote sustainable living. Check out The Little Rebellion’s coverage of Earth Day […]

[View the story “No Way! News” on Storify] No Way! News All the news you didn’t know you missed. Storified by The Little Rebellion· Thu, Apr 18 2013 14:45:58 Twitter launches music app to deepen multimedia offeringCredit: Reuters/Regis Duvignau An illustration picture shows the logo of the Website Twitter on […]

Christopher Valdez from Washingtonville, New York graduated from SUNY New Paltz in 2011 with a degree in journalism and minors in both communication and sociology. After working for a short time as a sports reporter for the Daily Mail and Register Star, Valdez now works at the Poughkeepsie Journal where […]

  Jessica Pasko, 29, has been working as a breaking news reporter for the Santa Cruz Sentinel since August 2011. Her primary coverage includes crime, courts and schools. Pasko graduated from SUNY New Paltz in 2005 with a major in journalism and a minor in English. She also worked as managing editor […]

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