The era of the envelope is approaching extinction. Technology is clawing into nearly every facet of our lives, and paper documents are being replaced by a left click of a mouse or a touch on a Smartphone display. Nothing is safe from the switch—including the student financial aid process. The […]

What does family mean to you? This was the question asked to the students of the Spring 2011 Literature of Journalism Class. In response, the class individually wrote first-person short stories documenting scenes of interaction between themselves and members of their families. The Literature of Journalism class analyzes the technique […]

  NEW PALTZ– Ten years ago, on the morning of Sept. 11, the United States fell victim to a series of terrorist attacks that killed and injured thousands. However, this number could have been far greater if it weren’t for the heroic men and women who arrived on the scene […]

Today, many college graduates have unique talents, and uncommon degrees find themselves lost as they begin their job hunt. They are searching for jobs that no longer exist. To make things worse, the looming fear of student loans haunts every graduate that hopes to find work in a field that our society deems […]

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“I can definitely tell my mental health is deteriorating, I always kind of feel like I am walking on a tight rope almost,” Emily Tabor, a fourth-year education major at SUNY Brockport says about how the pandemic has effected her. Read more on the @littlerebellion #COVID19 #dmj453

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