Passing a test, finishing a paper on time and figuring out which party to go to are all major concerns for many college students, but with tuition increases and a struggling economy, SUNY New Paltz students are finding that just keeping money in their pockets is a main concern. One […]
Sounds of furious typing and constant clicking can be heard in classes held in the computer labs at SUNY New Paltz. These sounds represent the struggle of professors to get the attention of their students when there is a computer staring them in the face. It’s becoming a demoralizing issue for […]
When students returned to SUNY New Paltz for the Fall 2009 semester they may have noticed that a lot of things had changed while they were gone. The more obvious changes include a large pyramid that is being built onto the Student Union building and parking lots and walkways that […]
SUNY New Paltz gained notoriety last year when it was rated the nation’s hottest small state school by the 2008 Kaplan/Newsweek “How to Get into College” Guide. This could be a blessing and a curse for students living in the school’s residence halls. The increased prestige led to an additional […]
Many upper division language courses at SUNY New Paltz have been cancelled due to this year’s budget cuts. Most language classes are now only offered in two different levels and some have been canceled entirely. This year the budget cuts have led to the cancellation of Arabic, Latin and Russian. […]
Students Discuss On-Campus Parking Situation from Little Rebellion on Vimeo in a video by Vixon John, Roshanna Wallerson, Adam Schwartz and Elissa Sousa.
Active students on SUNY New Paltz campus discuss their activism including how they became involved, what issues are important to them and give advice to upcoming student leaders. New Paltz Students Reflect on Activism from Little Rebellion on Vimeo.