Japan Disaster Produced by Johnny Lugo Eri Koyano and Mark Dellas Students reflect back on the tsunami that hit Japan on April 7, 2011. Produced by Johnny Lugo, Eri Koyano and Mark Dellas Japan Disaster by cmm320 More Radio News Moxie Cupcakes Produced by Johnny Lugo Eri Koyano […]
Moxie Cupcakes Produced by Matt Koeppicus Kyle McDonald and Xander Taylor Learn how Hudson Valley’s gourmet cupcake shop came about! Moxie Cupcakes by Kmcdonald85 More Radio News Japan Disaster Produced by Johnny Lugo, Eri Koyano and Mark Dellas
Robb Wolf, author of The Paleo Solution, spoke at SUNY New Paltz Feb. 27 as part of the Evolutionary Studies Program’s Guest Lecture Series. This is a soundbite from the beginning of the lecture, wherein Wolf is speaking about how he got started with the Paleo, or ancestral, diet.
As the SUNY budget is becoming an increasingly important issue to students here in New Paltz, one option being considered by the community is that of privatizing the college. The renovation of the school’s appearance has led to a debate about the benefits and potential problems with privatization of public […]
Astoria Tunnel by kjones131 Underneath the bustling city streets of New York are a series of tunnels tying together the gas and electric supply for millions of homes and businesses. Katelyn Jones takes us on a tour of one of the largest tunnels, the Astoria Tunnel, a mile long pipeline […]
Moderators of the Humans vs. Zombies club at SUNY New Paltz, Rachel Altvater, third-year creative writing major, Dexter Pabulayan, third-year disaster studies major and Nate Krantz, third-year computer science major, discuss how a game of tag brings people together by having fun. Humans vs Zombies by littlerebellion Click here to read […]
This human interest piece by Clark Slater, Eric Sowalskie and Amy West discusses the odd job of nude modeling. Several interviews with models explain what they love about the job and how it can become more than a part-time job. The Art of Being Nude by littlerebellion
Joseph Diblasi, Jeremy Bartlett, and Christina Dinapoli explore the art of taxidermy by analyzing its utility, stigma, and necessary skill. The story features interviews with professional and aspiring taxidermists, who talk about why they choose to practice this unconventional art form, and why it gets a bad rap.
Eric Chanin, Brian Laporte and Jonathan Novick go behind the scenes of the SUNY New Paltz Epic-Glee club. The story includes clips from the club’s rehearsals and interviews with members of the club, including Brett Rothstein, the club’s co-founder and president. Epic Glee by littlerebellion
The campus of SUNY New Paltz is no stranger to nature. Located in the Shawangunk Mountain region and next to the Wallkill River, New Paltz is swarming with squirrels, deer, fish, bears and geese. In fact, SUNY New Paltz has its own pond that runs straight through the heart of […]