By: Monica D’Ippolito, Athletic Communications Director The United Soccer Coaches announced its All-Region recipients for the 2019 season and State University of New York at New Paltz junior midfielder Kevin Doorley earned his second-straight All-East Region recognition. Doorley earned Third-Team All-Region after leading his team in points for the third […]
By Brandon Whiting Madrid, Rio de Janeiro, Seoul, Addis Ababa. While all of these cities are continents apart, they all have one thing in common: SUNY New Paltz offers study abroad programs in all of them. Studying abroad is an incredible, once-in-a-lifetime experience that is often overlooked by students. Many […]
The elusive farm where suffering animals go to live and that parents have been telling their children about for ages actually exists and can be found in the Hudson Valley. Although you probably won’t find your childhood pet at Catskill Animal Sanctuary, you’ll come face to face with 300 farm […]
SUNY New Paltz has no plan for how to handle medical marijuana on campus if one student is prescribed the now-legal drug by a doctor. New York State passed a law in 2015 legalizing medical marijuana. A total of 17,759 New Yorkers now have a prescription for marijuana, but SUNY […]
SUNY New Paltz confirmed they will continue to remove all asbestos insulation from as many as six residence halls over the next several years, but these abatement projects cannot come soon enough for worried students who are sleeping under warning signs that suggest not to touch their walls. A variety […]
One day Delani Morgan, a black male, was dining with his friends at Siena college. Morgan was the only black person in a group of whites. Then an acquaintance joined in with the group to converse. He asked Morgan and his friends if he could sit. “Sure,” Morgan said. They were […]
Edited and packaged by John Camera and Maria Enea The basement room in Deyo Hall was filling up with students. Most came with friends. A few walked in alone. The talk was of weekend parties and a challenging chemistry test. At 8:30 p.m., Lt. John Ritayik walked into the room. […]
Edited and packaged by: John Camera, Cafari Reid and Maria Enea Despite hundreds of job openings and well-paying salaries, millennials are moving away from skilled trade jobs. Half of current trade workers are over 45-years-old, making it difficult for employers to recruit young people for open roles, according to a […]
Edited by Megan Mirabito and Jeff Trotter Larry Brodetsky can barely remember the night he got arrested because he was too drunk. That was the problem. He was drunk, and he was only 19. He knocked back a couple of drinks at a pre-game at his friend’s house before […]
Article by Dynahlee Padilla, edited and packaged by Aiyana Edmund, Rob Piersall Finding an internship in the media industry can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. By following a few simple steps, students can better tackle the process and lessen the stress. As junior and senior year approaches, […]
The SUNY New Paltz Biology Club was given an experience they will never forget. Reptiles from around the world were brought in by Tom Perpetua, a fourth-year journalism major at New Paltz, for an educational and hands-on experience. The animals were provided by Mark Perpetua’s Reptile Encounters, his father’s business […]
Sponsored by the New Paltz Lions Club, the annual Halloween parade filled Main Street in New Paltz with costumed locals. Photos taken by Avery Seyler-Wetzel and Megan Mirabito.
Story edited by 2017 Multimedia Editing class Historic stone houses, candlelit tours and centuries-old ghostly tales will converge for a final time this weekend at Haunted Huguenot Street in New Paltz. Mortals are brought on an hour-long evening tour that not only frightens but educates visitors on the history of […]
All photos by Tom Perpetua. Photos edited by John Camera and Michael O’Brien
All photos by Megan Mirabito. Edited by Rob Piersall and Bryce Eckwall.
One year after plans for a student apartment complex in New Paltz failed, college officials have struggled to develop a concrete plan to meet the growing demand for housing that students desire. Michele Halstead and David Eaton, two senior vice presidents for the State University of New York at New […]
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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 […]