The TACT Club

Wyatt Jersey, founder of the TACT Club, on Old Main Quad. Source: Wyatt Jersey

Date: Every Thursday from 12:00-2:00 p.m.

The TACT Club is held once a week on SUNY New Paltz’ college campus—led and organized by Wyatt Jersey, a SUNY New Paltz student and host of the club, on Thursdays at 12 p.m. on the Old Main Quad near Wooster Hall.  The TACT club invites all SUNY New Paltz students, faculty, and local community to engage in argumentative discourse, open discussion, and theoretical concepts and solutions to ongoing problems. These discussions cover a wide variety of topics from politics, the economy, sociology, and philosophical issues that are relevant in the present day. TACT discusses these topics in hopes of expanding knowledge and building quality critical thinking; as well as getting everyone’s voice heard on these important matters. Everyone is welcome; the more diverse the stances, the more engaging and creative the discussions and solutions can become! For more information or updates, check out the nptactclub’s Instagram page or email

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