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.
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 […]
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. […]
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. […]
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 […]
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% […]
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 […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has swept across the United States, with the respect of nurses skyrocketing in every facet. A current nurse describes the turmoil, two […]
Amber Elson is revolutionizing the curly hair scene as a freelance stylist and an undergraduate student at SUNY New Paltz. “My experience inspired me to […]
Two years ago, 22-year-old ShowPonii performed in his first drag show on March 14 at a tiny house party in New Paltz. Usually plagued with […]
Friday, February 7 marked the opening of New Paltz’s second Vietnamese restaurant on Main Street: Pho Tibet. After months of renovating what was once CafAmelia, […]
By: Jared LaBrecque Ratlung Worm appeared imposing when he took to the carpet stage in the basement of the New Paltz “DIY” venue, Sanctum House, […]
Sarah Torres, the owner of BeatbySarahT, a self-started makeup business, prides herself on the work she produces. A 19 year-old makeup artist from Harlem, New […]
By Abigail Foster In a dark room, two figures are illuminated: One is wearing a white dress shirt, a clip fastened to his crimson and […]
By Takura Sophia-Blase As many people are probably aware, the New Paltz region is home to some gorgeous mountain ranges. What they may not know […]
By: Samantha King When the curtains opened on the stage at the Holy Family School, 5-year-old Nya Henry was surrounded by smoke that went with […]