By Anthony Mitthauer-Orza This article was first published in The New Paltz Oracle. Over 100 athletes with disabilities were greeted with a warm welcome at SUNY New Paltz, as they were all given the opportunity to be the stars of the basketball court. Athletes from New Paltz’s sports teams, coaches […]
As the president of Global Medical Brigades at SUNY New Paltz, Trish Chabria leads her team to help rural communities while also being a full-time student. Every summer, Chabria, a third-year student with a double major in psychology and biology, joins the rest of the brigade as they travel to […]
Let’s face it, getting a good cup of coffee is pricey. So how do you get a semi-palatable brew without breaking the bank? If you follow Lifehacker and Forbes, you’ve probably started making your own coffee at home. Fortunately, there are plenty of brewing methods for students to choose from. […]
By Brandon Doerrer This article first appeared in The New Paltz Oracle A recent study from The Benjamin Center for Public Policy Initiatives has found that volunteering, both in terms of the number of volunteers and the amount of time they spend volunteering, is flourishing in Ulster County despite a […]
Written by Sharyn Flanagan Packaged by Julianna Novellino A fitness space where you feel welcomed and wanted, challenged and supported. Sounds pretty good, doesn’t it? Huguenot Strength & Conditioning in New Paltz is a unique, self-made gym that offers just such an environment. Set up inside the nearly 1,500-square-foot fellowship […]
Story and images by Nick Tantillo for The Little Rebellion. To read the full story, click onto our Atavist page.
Written by Jack O’Brien Packaged by Julianna Novellino The New Paltz Rescue Squad sat down with The Oracle’s Editor-in-Chief to discuss their experiences and hard work. Here’s what it’s like to be one of New Paltz’s very own heroes. New Paltz Rescue Squad Interview from The Little Rebellion on Vimeo. What […]
This story first appeared in The New Paltz Oracle and was re-packaged for The Little Rebellion with permission. Featured image used under Creative Commons via commons.wikipedia.org. Teaching at New Paltz Creative writer Owen King has lived in the New Paltz area for almost 10 years. This semester, as the English […]
SUNY New Paltz is a place that prides itself on diversity, striving to include people of all backgrounds on its campus. However, despite such dedication to multiculturalism, the College does have some noticeable homogeneity. On the whole, the student population is comprised of various strains of Long Islanders, a large […]
By Alex Acaro An energy reduction competition at SUNY New Paltz has produced mixed results, according to data from the Office of Campus Sustainability. During three-week energy conservation between residence halls, students are in some cases not making an effort at all or are using more energy than in the […]
By Briana Bonfiglio This article first appeared in The New Paltz Oracle.
Fred Seibert is a name that may not be automatically recognized (although it should), but the companies Seibert has worked for and the projects he has approved are well-known by people of all ages, all over the world. The PowerPuff Girls, Dexter’s Laboratory, Cow and Chicken and Adventure Time are a […]
https://vimeo.com/207048876 Click on the 60 second video demonstrating a typical day at the gallery. Video by Jess Napp Picture the work of Keith Haring, Philip Guston and Andy Warhol, then shatter your preconceived notions of modern art and you can begin to visualize Ryan Cronin’s work. It’s loud, sometimes juvenile, […]