The trickle down effects doesn’t work when it comes to mid-sized state colleges. Students are not benefiting greatly from alumni and college-friend donations that have enriched larger state colleges and private universities. Officials blame the dip in endowment donations on both the great recession and fundamental changes in how college […]

Second-hand shopping is exploding, but at what cost? What’s old is new again. It’s one of the most kicked-around cliches of all time, and it’s as applicable now as it ever has been. Vinyl is back in Vogue, retro haircuts are back in and there was even a momentary Zubaz […]

The Cunneen-Hackett Center in Poughkeepsie played host to the first-ever Reel Entertainment student film festival on Saturday, March 2. According to Event Coordinator Nichole Fenichel-Hewitt, the festival drew over 100 entries from across the country. The list was narrowed down to 20 selections, several of which were local productions. “I […]

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The LGBTQ community was already marginalized and in greater need of mental health services. In the eyes of many health professionals, the coronavirus pandemic only made that need more apparent. #LGBTQ #MentalHealthAwareness

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