This past summer, Brett Cohen walked through the streets of Times Square with an entourage consisting of photographers, bodyguards and a camera crew. With his hair gelled and his shades on, his mission was to prank civilians into believing he was a celebrity—and it worked. Locals and tourists alike claimed […]

I’m not sure what to rant about this week, which must mean I have nothing to rant about. We must celebrate this rarity by making a list, one of my favorite pastimes. This week’s list shall consist of Things I Would Do If I Had Time To Do Things. I […]

Although SUNY New Paltz is no rookie to topping the charts of college rankings, these accomplishments do not seem to be the determining factor for potential students when choosing a future college, according to L. David Eaton, vice president for enrollment management. The school recently ranked seventh Best Public Institution […]

In true narcoleptic fashion, I’m choosing to dedicate this week’s post to sleeping. And by sleeping, I mean napping. Napping can be a college student’s best friend or arch nemesis, depending on how long the nap lasts. Back in my glory days, when I took AP Psychology in High School, […]

Let me start by admitting that I have no idea what this is. I volunteered as tribute to keep up with a blog but my well of creative juices has run dry and I have no idea what to consistently write about. There’s really no tangent to steer away from; […]

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Do you know where your nearest #foodpantry is? Check out this helpful video that highlights three #newpaltz food pantries. Looking for more? http://regionalfoodbank.net is a great resource! 🍎🍏🍋🍊

“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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