Students interested in a job with the government should have been at Vassar this past Wednesday.  The Mid-Hudson Career Consortium held its first Government/Public Service Career Fair at Vassar College on Wednesday, March 2.  With 18 organizations spread over the military, various federal agencies and local and state governments registered […]

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposed state budget for the coming fiscal year aims to plug the state’s $10 billion budget gap without a single tax increase. Instead, Cuomo is calling for dramatic cuts in funding for Medicaid, state operations and education. Among the most controversial of the proposed cuts […]

Inquiring Minds, a local discount bookstore located off Church Street, hosted a poetry reading on Friday, Feb. 4.  The event featured the works of SUNY New Paltz professors Frank Boyer and Howard Good.  Due to anticipated inclement weather, poet Barbara Blatner postponed her participation in the event. “I didn’t want to […]

The Inaugural Mr. New Paltz: Male Beauty Pageant fundraiser was held on December 8, 2010 at 9 p.m. in the Student Union Multi-Purpose Room. Sponsored by Student Association and Residence Hall Student Association, this is the first male pageant hosted by SA. This event was created as a fundraiser for Pakistan […]

With the economy continuing to struggle, many colleges, both public and private, are being forced to cut their budgets significantly. The SUNY system has reallocated more than $400 million in the past two years, forcing the reduction of programs across several campuses. Despite this, one thing that has not taken […]

Dexter Pabulayan has an infectious craving for human flesh. Not literally though. Pabulayan is one of the bandana-wearing, Nerf blaster-armed students, creeping and running around campus playing Human vs. Zombies (HvZ). “It’s basically a glorified and addictive game of tag,” said Pabulayan, a third-year student and president of HvZ at […]

When Janice Cyr heard that her rent was going up, she was worried. “I felt this lump in my stomach,” she said. “I just thought, ‘we’re not going to be able to survive this.’” In the end, the Shawangunk Running Company could not survive. The specialty sports store just off […]

The long-awaited Pentagon study on the effects of repealing “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” in the United States military concluded that a repeal of the policy presents a low risk to the military’s effectiveness. According to the report, 70 percent of surveyed service members believe that the impact of a repeal […]

DECEMBER 1, 2010–Despite the recent findings of Army General Carter Ham and Pentagon General Counsel Jeh Johnson’s study on “Don’t ask, don’t tell,” a repeal of the policy this year is doubtful. An eventual repeal, however, appears on the horizon. After the Tuesday, Nov. 30 release of the nine-month study […]

SUNY New Paltz is an interesting place. People come into it expecting peace-loving, tofu-eating vegans, or maybe even pot-smoking tie-dye wearing hippies. But these are only assumptions. New Paltz is an eclectic, comfortable, thriving town to which all kinds of people flock from every type of place imaginable. New Paltz […]

In an election that saw Democrats seize the three most important state positions in New York, one local Republican maintained his stronghold in the state Senate. Sen. William J. Larkin Jr. (R-Cornwall-on-Hudson) easily defeated Harley E. Doles III (D-Monroe) to retain his seat in the 39th district. Despite their several […]

What do a singer, belly dancer, poet, guitarist, an accordion player, yoga acrobat, water drummer, and impressionist all have in common? They all performed in a talent show Tuesday, Nov. 16 in the multi-purpose room of the Student Union Building at SUNY New Paltz. The event was to raise money […]

New Yorkers who were hoping to “throw the bums out” are likely re-making their guest beds, as the majority of incumbents in the state are still in office after this 2010 midterm election. It was not incumbents, as was widely expected, but mostly Democrats who lost seats in New York […]

The votes are in, but it’s not over yet. The 2010 midterm election results are still trickling in locally and nationally, and it’s just the beginning of what looks to be two tumultuous years in politics. Here’s a summary of what’s happened so far. The predicted anti-Democratic wave has played […]

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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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