By Ophelia Xie and Max Freebern As the 2020 Census steadily approaches, the federal government will once again attempt to count every resident in the United States. According to the U.S. Census Bureau website, the Census has served as one of the most vital sources of data for all levels […]
Cortland, NY — The State University of New York at New Paltz Swimming team opened up its meet season by traveling to SUNY Cortland for the Pumpkin Relays Oct. 26. The Hawks men’s team posted a third-place finish with 237 points, trailing SUNY Cortland (306 points) and Nazareth College (324 […]
Brittany Weg of Jane Martin’s Fall 2019 photojournalism class captured the fall festivities at Apple Hill Farm on Oct. 5.
By Jennifer Bianco Republished with permission from The Legislative Gazette Do you know what’s in your tampons and pads? If not, soon you will, thanks to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s new law that requires menstrual product manufacturers to print their list of ingredients on the packages sold in New York State. […]
By Kelly Zhang SUNY New Paltz student Kelly Zhang puts together a composition for Kimberly Ruth’s Spring 2019 Digital Storytelling “The Brooklyn video was an idea that came to me after my study abroad in London. I was traveling around Europe and people just assumed that I was from Asia. […]
Rachel Muller of Jane Martin’s Fall 2019 photojournalism class captured the SUNY New Paltz weekly farmers market in a series of photos from Sept. 19 and Sept. 26.
Binghamton, NY — For the second-consecutive year, the SUNY New Paltz women’s tennis team is State University of New York Athletic Champions. The top-seeded Hawks, with a record of 9-1 overall and 7-0 within their conference, had a rematch of last year’s title game with Catskill Cup rival No. 2 […]
By Joshua Joyner SUNY New Paltz student Joshua Joyner puts together a composition for Kimberly Ruth’s Spring 2019 Digital Storytelling class to evoke viewers’ feelings of nostalgia through eerie music and visuals.
SUNY New Paltz will host its distinguished speaker series on Monday, Oct. 28 at 7:30 p.m. in Lecture Center room 100. Emmy Award-winning journalist Janus Adams and award-winning author and activist Ilyasah Shabazz will engage in an intergenerational discussion about personal and social responsibility. The event is open to the […]
UlsterCorps will host the 10th annual Zombie Escape on Saturday, Oct. 26 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Williams Lake located in Rosendale, New York. The rain date is scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 27. The event includes a free 1K “Fun Run” for kids, a 5K timed race and […]
The SUNY New Paltz English Department will host a reception to honor the life of poet, scholar and professor Pauline Uchmanowicz. The event will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 18 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Coykendall Science Building auditorium. The event is open to faculty, staff, alumni […]
New Paltz community volunteers built a new playground in Hasbrouck Park in just five days, from Sept. 25 to Sept. 29. The structure, made of recycled wood composite, features a large sandbox, shaded seating area and lots of room for climbing. It also promises to be safer than the original […]
By Erika Wadleigh SUNY New Paltz student Erika Wadleigh produces a short video for Kimberly Ruth’s Spring 2019 Digital Storytelling class about grappling with insecurities and learning to embrace them with love.
By Henry Mandel Warning: This video contains strong language, consumption of alcohol and drug use. This may not be suitable for younger audiences. Discretion advised. A SUNY New Paltz student-made film by Henry Mandel for Kimberly Ruth’s Spring 2019 Digital Storytelling class. Students in Ruth’s class were tasked to experiment […]
The SUNY New Paltz Biology Department welcomes all students to the campus greenhouse outside the Coykendall Science Building every Thursday beginning Oct. 10. Students can attend between 1-4 p.m. until Thursday, Dec. 5. The event is open to the public. The department aims to educate students and the community about […]
Updated as of Thursday, Oct. 10: On Thursday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that illnesses linked to vaping has grown by more than 200 cases in a week, now totaling 1299. Officials say that 27 people in total have died from vaping-related illnesses. On Tuesday, Gov. Cuomo […]
By Emma Reifschneider, Kerri Kolenski and Tessa Stroud In spring 2019, the School of Engineering and Science and the digital design and fabrication program sponsored a Harrington STEM seminar on the future of 3D printing. Students from Professor Kimberly Ruth’s Spring 2019 Digital Storytelling class interviewed educators and students about […]
By Samuel Yakubowski and Cole Finnecy Professor Kimberly Ruth’s Spring 2019 Digital Storytelling class interviewed students on campus about Brexit. Their efforts reveal the lack of knowledge surrounding the intricacies of Brexit and the European Union (EU).