By Catherine Ratto What’s worse than failing a college course? How about not even getting a chance to study for the class because you can’t afford the textbooks? A sophomore majoring in history shares in the problem of not being able to afford textbooks. Amy Nagy has been searching for […]

By Mitchell Epstein The water glistened in the sun as I entered the pool area at 11 a.m. on an almost unbearably hot summer day. “Hey, what’s up,” I said to Kirill, the 22-year-old manager of the private pool. “Hey, Mitch, could you dump some chlorine in the deep end?” […]

By Kristen Henry I pulled my neon blue Sunfire into the same spot in the Target parking lot I always did. It was 7:55 a.m. – I still had five minutes to run into the store before I’d be late. The drive there had been a blur. After four years […]

By Nicole Papantoniou “Babe, I know we haven’t spoken about this in a while but…” What could he be talking about? I thought to myself. I know I picked a fight recently about possibly breaking up, but I didn’t really mean it. I was just confused. Why does he have […]

Written and Produced by Tracy Soren With myriad ways to express one’s self, poetry is still an encouraged and appreciated art form on the campus and within the artistic community at large. At New Paltz, there is group that takes poetry off paper. Megan Falley, a member of the Rap […]

By Nikki Wertheim The smell started gradually and then permeated the room with such force that I felt I had been slapped across the face. I didn’t dare mention it out loud for fear of embarrassing my grandmother. After a few minutes, my mother chuckled and said it was time […]

By Vanessa Rodriguez I- “We could have just e-mailed” I skim through the latest issue of ELLE on my bus ride to the city, preparing my list of “Must Go To” stores. My cousin has invited me to help her shoe shop. I jot down all of ELLE’s suggestions or […]

Reported by Ryan Markee. Written and produced by Ian Kane. Listen to “Making the Switch to Alternative Energy” Here. Americans spend over $500 billion to obtain energy, but we are still using a limited resource as our main supply. We are dependent on fossil fuels, there’s no doubt about it. […]

Photos by Rebecca Kassay Brook Farm is one of a group of small, polyculture (growing more than one type of produce) farms in the New Paltz area. These farms avoid negatively affecting the environment and the quality of their food by not spreading any such chemicals on the crops and […]

  Photo by Jen Sobota A volunteer at the Catskill Animal Sanctuary in Saugerties, NY describes the life of former carriage horse, Big Ted, to a group touring the sanctuary during the fall. Big Ted pulled handsome cabs in New York City, plowed fields for the Amish in Pennsylvania, hauled […]

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In these past five months, we, as a team at The Little Rebellion, have learned about running a publication. It has been an incredible experience, but the semester is now coming to an end.

Students and Faculty speak out against sexual assault first New Paltz accountability forum.
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Every year on Columbus Day weekend, the Huntington Fall Festival comes back! Check out this photo essay by Gabby Gagliano!

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