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So here I am – two more weeks until I’m completely finished with college. After years of late nights in the library and countless hours spent buried under books, all I can think is: What now? I am well aware that this is a question most college students acknowledge as […]

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Anybody who has watched the news on television or read a newspaper in the past eight months has seen the words “swine flu” more than a few times. It seems as though every media outlet is saturated with coverage of a virus no more dangerous than seasonal influenza. In June, […]

Individuals within the college-aged demographic are sometimes familiar with the term “infotainment” – the blending of entertainment and informative programming. Infotainment is packaged as satire, propaganda and, in some cases, news. Within the modern journalism community the term has a negative connotation. Infotainment is viewed by many as propaganda designed […]

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I thought I’d follow up my last piece with another article about the music industry. I have been a musician for about eight years and in 2006 I traveled to the midwest and back with a rock ‘n’ roll band. As many musicians who have been on tour could say: […]

Audio production hardware and software have progressed significantly giving modern recordings a smooth crisp sound. But what kind of a toll has this new technology taken on the record industry as a whole? It’s hard to say with complete certainty, but conclusions can be drawn from noticeable trends, and I’ll […]

As many who read or watch the news have noticed, the medium is evolving rapidly. Due to a combination of consumer demand and technological advances, news has become a 24 hour, instantaneous, interactive information portal that can be accessed from the palm of your hand. This is not a bad […]

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The concept of social networking has been evolving rapidly over the past 10 years. Remember commenting, blogging and picture sharing? Now 140 characters or less is all it takes to become an internet celebrity. Twitter’s Web site states that its main function is to “stay connected with friends, relatives, and […]

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If you didn't know, these past five months have been awesome for us. Annemarie and Nadine, two SUNY New Paltz students ran the publication this semester. We wanted to thank faculty, students and our readers for contributions, loyalty and support! We wish everyone the best!

Feeling stressed? Anxious due to the ramifications of the pandemic? Don’t fear, Nick Califra writes about how to manage all of these feelings. On our website now!

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