Edited and packaged by Ericka Francois. The popularity in second-hand shopping has grown in part due to affordability but also the desire to buy clothing more sustainably. Thrift shopping and buying vintage fashion is a way to combat the waste resulting from the clothing production method of “fast fashion.” This […]

By: Monica D’Ippolito, Athletic Communications Director The United Soccer Coaches announced its All-Region recipients for the 2019 season and State University of New York at New Paltz junior midfielder Kevin Doorley earned his second-straight All-East Region recognition. Doorley earned Third-Team All-Region after leading his team in points for the third […]

By Jake Mauriello  The transition into college can be hard for even the most well-prepared student. Between the loss of a fixed schedule, the absence of parental control and an influx of work and responsibilities, it’s easy to feel yourself getting disorganized as you enter adulthood. On top of this, […]

A feature-length documentary “Life and Debt” will be screened on Tuesday, Nov. 19 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in Lecture Center room 102. The event is sponsored by SUNY University of the West Indies Center for Leadership and Sustainable Development, in partnership with the Center for International Programs. The […]

New York Public Interest Research Group will be hosting the event, “Better Together” on Tuesday Nov. 19 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Student Union multipurpose room. Various clubs and organizations will be coming together in solidarity for a better future. The guest speaker will be Anthony Dandridge […]

Sojourner Truth Library will be holding their annual Monster Book Sale from Dec. 4 to Dec. 8. They will be selling books, CDs, DVDs, vinyls and other media, all priced from $1 to $3. Students will receive a 50% discount and all sales will benefit the library collections. The Friends […]

By Ophelia Xie and Max Freebern As the 2020 Census steadily approaches, the federal government will once again attempt to count every resident in the United States. According to the U.S. Census Bureau website, the Census has served as one of the most vital sources of data for all levels […]

By Henry Mandel Warning: This video contains strong language, consumption of alcohol and drug use. This may not be suitable for younger audiences. Discretion advised. A SUNY New Paltz student-made film by Henry Mandel for Kimberly Ruth’s Spring 2019 Digital Storytelling class. Students in Ruth’s class were tasked to experiment […]

By Emma Reifschneider, Kerri Kolenski and Tessa Stroud In spring 2019, the School of Engineering and Science and the digital design and fabrication program sponsored a Harrington STEM seminar on the future of 3D printing. Students from Professor Kimberly Ruth’s Spring 2019 Digital Storytelling class interviewed educators and students about […]

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Students and Faculty speak out against sexual assault first New Paltz accountability forum.
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Every year on Columbus Day weekend, the Huntington Fall Festival comes back! Check out this photo essay by Gabby Gagliano!

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