Edited and packaged by Austin Kong How can a nonprofit, educational and cultural charitable theater survive during the COVID-19 pandemic? Movie theaters are among many entertainment businesses that don’t have a clear pathway to recovery. The Rosendale Theatre Collective is a nonprofit, independent company dedicated to preserving the historic Rosendale […]
In the world of COVID-19, keeping an active social circle can be hard. Lucky for one group, they’ve discovered a fantasyland that they can travel to at any time they want. The land in question is the one of “Dungeons & Dragons,” a fantasy roleplaying game created in 1974 by […]
SUNY New Paltz Faculty Senate passed a resolution on Dec. 3, co-authored by Scott Minkoff and Brian Obach, that calls for the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America (TIAA) to end their investments into the fossil fuel industry. SUNY New Paltz is a large client of TIAA. “How can […]
COVID-19 has wrecked our world like we’ve never seen before. Businesses were forced to shut down, streets remained quiet for months and homes turned into offices. The movie industry was especially hit by the pandemic. The shutdown of movie theaters all across the world stopped films from being screened live. […]
Two disabled homeless women struggle to survive and search for affordable housing, in Kingston, during a global pandemic.
Patrick Dati, rape survivor of notorious serial killer John Wayne Gacy, reflects on his abusive life in his book: “I Am Me: Survivor of Child Abuse and Bullying Speaks Out.” As a survivor of Gacy, Dati’s story immediately hit news outlets, and his experiences of domestic abuse, whether familial or marital, shed light on sexual violence and domestic abuse.
In the digital age, cyberstalking is now a threat to many people who keep sacred information online, especially women with abusive partners.
Emma Cariello explores the niche appeal the A24 film studio brings to young moviegoers and what makes their works so iconic. – Edited and packaged by Jared LaBrecque
A Q&A with researcher Dr. Maria Saxton reveals the environmental impacts and other benefits of tiny house living, written by Gillian Hamilton.
Edited and packaged by Megan Wilson That same sly and goofy smile I knew from years ago greeted me when he picked up my FaceTime call. Krishna Chetan, 21, was slumped in his bed with his white Adidas baseball cap struggling to cover his long, curly brown locks. The brim […]
Edited and packaged by Norma Brickner It would be an understatement to say the Hudson Valley community misses the lively evenings local artists provided. An art show or a band playing in the area raised peoples’ spirits in the Hudson Valley almost every weekend. The COVID-19 pandemic is greatly affecting […]
Edited and packaged by Hannah Wright. Heather Renee became a single mom at 18. She was told that she would never provide for her daughter. She was told that her life would become nothing more than a statistic. Instead of succumbing to that mindset, Heather created a brand and life […]
Edited and Packaged by Emily Fego. Throughout Victoria Treto’s high school journey, she watched the construction of Science Hall on the SUNY New Paltz campus. Treto dreamed of getting accepted and having the opportunity to use the brand new classrooms and advanced tools that the new building had to offer. […]
Edited and packaged by Rachel Muller. *Names have been changed to protect the identities of those involved. Audrey* began her first semester at West Virginia University in the fall of 2019. Far from her native New York town, she was excited to finally have some independence as a young adult […]
Online gaming during the COVID-19 pandemic has seen a massive boom in play and popularity. The video game industry is likely ecstatic about the 9.3% increase in revenue from last year. Esports, which is practically ready-made for many disappointed sports fans, is on track to surpass every professional sports league […]
The process of cultivating a comfortable home is known as nesting. This podcast is made for first-time renters or new homeowners living away from their families. Bryce Graham interviews his housemate and friend to gain perspective of what it’s like to make a home away from home. Podcast produced by […]
Republished with permission from The Legislative Gazette. In anticipation of a federally approved vaccine for COVID-19 coming this winter or spring, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has unveiled a draft plan for vetting and distributing the drug to New Yorkers. Given the many unknowns at this point in the vaccine development process, […]
Brett Barry, a lecturer in the SUNY New Paltz Digital Media and Journalism (DMJ) department, has produced an episode for the Kaatscast podcast about the Samuel Dorsky Museum’s new exhibit. The installation focuses on Polish dissident artist Jan Sawka, who is former DMJ lecturer Hanna Sawka’s father. The artist’s work […]