Thanksgiving is approaching and many college students are preparing to pack their bags and head home for the extended weekend. Thanksgiving is a holiday spent with family and lots and lots of food. Aside from the Secret Santas that college students participate in amongst friends, some college students create “college-friendly” […]

From wing nights at McGillicuddy’s to Happy Hour at P&G’s, SUNY New Paltz students face tons of temptations that can lead to unwanted weight gain. With classes, after school clubs and going to work, it’s often a mystery how college students can find time to stay in shape. Luckily, SUNY […]

By: Katie Cusack On an early October morning, dozens of educators and researchers from various disciplines and universities across the northeast filed into the Student Union building of SUNY New Paltz. Entering the downstairs conference room permeated with the smell of brewing coffee and baked goods, they murmured introductions and […]

Students from Professor Howard Good’s Being Digital class created one minute visual interpretations of a technological ideology. For the fall 2015 semester, the students had a choice of many multimedia options, such as stop-frame animation, traditional animation or simply a video. In a dystopian technologically-infused world, we will see no […]

By Ryan Donohue Harvey Gregory, 65, sits with his wife Jessica in his man cave, decorated in shades of beige and brown featuring copious bird figurines. Meanwhile, real birds chirp happily outside the window, eating from the several feeders hanging outside. They fly back and forth as the sunlight dims, […]

Students of Lisa Phillips’ fall 2015 Literature of Journalism class were asked to interview everyday working people about their jobs, and frame the first-person commentaries in the style of Studs Terkel’s book “Working, People Talk About What They Do All Day and How They Feel About What They Do.” Subjects […]

Students of Lisa Phillips’ fall 2015 Literature of Journalism class were asked to interview everyday working people about their jobs, and frame the first-person commentaries in the style of Studs Terkel’s book “Working, People Talk About What They Do All Day and How They Feel About What They Do.” Subjects […]

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