This week we ask students about voting and the upcoming election. What New Paltz Students Have To Say About Voting from Erica Ascher on Vimeo.   More Videos of the Week: Mae Bonnaci asks students how they feel about parking on campus. Alex Perlman asks students what they’re doing for […]

Americans use approximately 50 billion water bottles each year, resulting in severe environmental issues and costing the average American over $100 per year. SUNY New Paltz is well on its way to banning bottled water because of the H2Occupy movement, led by Austin Schatz, a 24-year-old alumnus. H2Occupy is a […]

Originally posted October 27, 2014 in the Legislative Gazette. SUNY campuses across the state announced they would be implementing policy modifications as a precautionary measure against Ebola. In a memo sent to campus officials, Chancellor Nancy Zimpher said the statewide network of colleges will be taking several measures to address the Ebola […]

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In just a blink of an eye, Robin Dzembo’s world caved in, keeping any light from entering. On a warm deceiving night in September of 2009, Robin was diagnosed as legally blind after a terrible migraine led to a vision loss– one that called for several lifestyle readjustments and countless […]

Lt. Dan Choi has been referred to as a cadet, a soldier, an activist, a political figure, a pothead, a heavy drinker, a terrorist, a grand marshal, a saint, and a sinner. Now, Lt. Choi is a student and a candidate for the board of trustees at the City College […]

Locals from the village of Saugerties, New York and surrounding areas were brought to the 49th annual Mum Festival on Oct. 5 to celebrate this local tradition. The Mum Festival has been held in Seamon Park in Saugerties since 1965. When the space first opened to the public in 1910, […]

Battle lines have been drawn.  New York has entered the final phase of the siting process to determine where in the Catskill/ Hudson Valley Region the next casino will be authorized. Residents from all corners of the region, even some from outside, attended the public comment event last month in Poughkeepsie to discuss […]

Our days begin with the ringing of the van den Berg bell. It reminds us to pick up the pace. We’re on campus a majority of the week and we hear the same sounds: chatter in the hallways, doors squeaking, determined footsteps and the hustle and bustle of Main Street […]

By Harris Yudin   For third-­year communication disorders student and SUNY New Paltz Relay For Life co-chairperson Alexa Bourous, Relay For Life is about more than just raising money. It is about making an effort to take down the very thing that has greatly affected her family. Bourous lost her […]

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If you didn't know, these past five months have been awesome for us. Annemarie and Nadine, two SUNY New Paltz students ran the publication this semester. We wanted to thank faculty, students and our readers for contributions, loyalty and support! We wish everyone the best!

Feeling stressed? Anxious due to the ramifications of the pandemic? Don’t fear, Nick Califra writes about how to manage all of these feelings. On our website now!

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