I ran out the door into the summer night, the smell of gasoline reeking from  our ’97 Toyota Corolla. My father had stopped to work on its breaks while he brought my dog on a walk. “I always tell him to put her on a leash,” I turned and said to […]

Students are often considered to be one of the most valuable assets to a community, and SUNY New Paltz offers its students many opportunities to become active citizens. According to the school’s website, there are over 100 clubs and organizations recognized by the Student Association. However, students are often left […]

My family is a Costco family.  In fact, four out of the six clothing items that I am wearing right now are from Costco, and that doesn’t include my mascara, which is also from Costco.  We love Costco! Costco, Costco, Costco. Now, being a Costco customer comes with its pros and cons.  One pro would […]

A war has been occurring in northern Uganda for the past 23 years, and it is now spreading into the Dominican Republic (DR) of the Congo and southern Sudan.  Its soldiers are children abducted from their homes and forced to fight as members of Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA). Invisible Children, […]

I’m sitting at my desk, simultaneously typing and applying lotion. (I use Aveeno Active Naturals for my body and Keri Shea Butter for my feet; the Keri lotion does wonders for your feet, ladies!)  I just got out of a shower in my dorm.  It’s my first time using Organix shampoos, so I’m conducting a […]

Inquiring Minds, a local discount bookstore located off Church Street, hosted a poetry reading on Friday, Feb. 4.  The event featured the works of SUNY New Paltz professors Frank Boyer and Howard Good.  Due to anticipated inclement weather, poet Barbara Blatner postponed her participation in the event. “I didn’t want to […]

Alton Campbell is a Hasbrouck employee by day, graphic novelist by night. He disguises himself with a blue or orange shirt and matching visor. He quietly serves students salad, and refreshes cheese by the panini machines. When he goes home, he enters a new world—a post-apocalyptic world—where a hero with […]

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