At SUNY New Paltz, the honors program is the place for great minds to develop and explore new intellectual territory. Students in the program can either enter from high school or apply while enrolled in college. They must complete four seminars and in their senior year create, write and present […]

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Bre Metcalf-Oshinsky trudged along the snowy path, wincing every few steps. Her brown cowboy boots, though stylish, weren’t exactly cut out for the journey she was on. “If someone ever does anything this great for me, it’ll make all this worth it,” she said. No one in Absolut A Capella […]

  “You want to know, and we want to tell you.” This slogan has covered bulletin boards, lamp posts, T-shirts, and bright green fliers placed on tables and desks across the SUNY New Paltz campus. The TRANSaction event that this slogan advertised, organized by the LeFevre Hall staff and Residence […]

In the rock climbing community, residence near the Shawangunk Mountains (more aptly known as “the Gunks”) is enough to spark envious exclamations and bragging rights. The Gunks are renowned for the endless amounts of pristine climbing routes and the rock climbing community. On any given day or night, if the […]

Representatives from the Mohonk Mountain Preserve and the Open Space Institute held a public discussion on Feb. 25 to discuss the “Land Asset Management Plan”  for the Mohonk Preserve foothills. OSI, whose primary goals are to conserve natural and historical land holdings, bought the iconic 857 acre parcel last fall […]

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