Sunshine is in the forecast for SUNY New Paltz’s energy-independent future. The school will soon receive two new photovoltaic solar panels, according to Director of Facilities, Operations and Maintenance Brian Pine. The five kilowatt solar array is expected to be installed by the end of May, Pine said, although the […]
Robb Wolf, author of The Paleo Solution, spoke at SUNY New Paltz Feb. 27 as part of the Evolutionary Studies Program’s Guest Lecture Series. This is a soundbite from the beginning of the lecture, wherein Wolf is speaking about how he got started with the Paleo, or ancestral, diet.
To the average college student, a diet that bans beer, pizza and potato chips may sound unappetizing. But what if by steering clear of certain foods you could avoid cancer, diabetes and heart disease? According to Robb Wolf, an expert in Paleolithic nutrition and author of The Paleo Solution: The […]
College of Staten Island President Tomás Morales, a graduate of SUNY New Paltz, will be New Paltz’s 2012 Undergraduate Commencement speaker, announced the Office of Communication and Marketing Director Suzanne Grady. A native Puerto Rican who was raised in the South Bronx, Morales came to SUNY New Paltz through the […]
How do you decide if your date will be a short fling or something more serious? Would you marry the life of the party? Do pheromones have a hidden role in attracting a potential partner? These are some of the questions about human mate selection and strategies that psychology graduate students Ari […]
Pick a pumpkin, pet a goat and celebrate food “from farm to fork” at the Taste of the Catskills Fall Fest, Saturday Oct. 8 and Sunday Oct. 9 at Maple Shade Farm in Delhi. The festival showcases regional and seasonal food, as well as wine and beer. The cost of […]
The 23rd annual Hudson Valley Garlic Festival returned to Saugerties this weekend, enticing garlic lovers to try sweet and savory edibles such as garlic-flavored marshmallows, garlic ice cream, pickled garlic, and garlic cheese curds. Eating wasn’t all there was to do– there was arts and crafts vendors, chef cooking demonstrations […]