The first ever SUNY Mascot Madness competition ended at noon on Thursday with Facebook statuses around the SUNY New Paltz campus inquiring: “Did we win?” New Paltz’s Hugo the Hawk and Wolfie the Seawolf from Stony Brook raced to the finish and after hours of waiting, Hugo was announced the official winner. Although the […]

The second largest collegiate slam poetry competition on the east coast returned to New Paltz on March 1 and 2. Teams included Yale, Dartmouth, Wesleyan, NYU, Middlebury, SUNY Oneonta, Brown, Geneseo, Urban Lyrics and the SUNY New Paltz Slam Team. This year’s competition featured host Omar Holman and special guest, […]

By Alana Blatz Every day, people use technology without a second thought as to how it works. Turn on an X-Box and play a video game, look outside to the twinkling Christmas lights on display in December. The average person doesn’t think about the inner workings of these everyday occurrences, […]

For many, going away to college is the first step to adulthood and independence. For 22-year-old Renee Cooper, leaving for college was anything but that. It was actually one of the hardest decisions she has ever made. Renee was stuck between staying at home to look after her siblings or […]

Kevin Ha grew up in Flushing, Queens and graduated from Benjamin N. Cardozo High School in 2010. After getting denied from 10 of the 12 universities he applied to, Ha was ready to give up hope and reluctantly attend the community college that he lived across the street from his […]

Immediately after graduating from an Italian high school, Nadia Durigon, 24, decided to follow her lifelong dream and work as an entertainer on a cruise ship. Three years later, Durigon decided to attend the University of Urbino in Italy, but eventually she chose to follow another dream and go to […]

Media Ethics videos were produced by students in professor Howard Good’s fall 2012 Media Ethics class. Groups observed issues facing the media today and conducted ethical evaluations of topics such as sexism in video games, same sex marriage announcements and shaping the image of the Syrian president. Check out these […]

Media Ethics videos were produced by students in professor Howard Good’s fall 2012 Media Ethics class. Groups observed issues facing the media today and conducted ethical evaluations of topics such as sexism in video games, same sex marriage announcements and shaping the image of the Syrian president. Check out these […]

Any list of “impractical college majors” places journalism near the top. Facts are cited about shrinking newsrooms, declining newspaper sales, increasing free news on the Internet and decreasing attention spans. But the news media is not dead, and neither is the college journalism program. At SUNY New Paltz, journalism is […]

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In these past five months, we, as a team at The Little Rebellion, have learned about running a publication. It has been an incredible experience, but the semester is now coming to an end.

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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