Tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, tick, cha-ching! No more. When we go to vote this year, that noise will not be in the background amongst the small talk that goes on at all voting areas. With this year’s new technology, everyone’s votes will be cast by pen, and […]

Facing midterm elections that would eventually result in the resurgence of the Republican Party, environmentalists rallied at SUNY New Paltz on Wednesday, Oct. 27 to push for local and national reforms. Nearly 165 students, faculty and advocates assembled to demand an end to what they call unwarranted wars, unjust poverty […]

Hundreds gathered at the Holiday Inn in Kingston, N.Y., Tuesday night in support of Congressman Maurice Hinchey (D-Hurley), who won re-election over his Republican opponent George Phillips, of Broome County, in New York state’s 22nd Congressional District. “I’m very interested in going back and fighting,” Hinchey said. Although all of […]

Just nine days before an election expected to be riddled with incumbent casualties, popular Democratic U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer and his Republican opponent Jay Townsend took their differences to the debate room. The often contentious debate was held Sunday night at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY. The questions addressed the […]

SUNY New Paltz students and faculty experienced a taste of royalty last week, when Crown Prince Alexander Karadordevic II of Serbia spoke at the Honor’s Center about his efforts to institute a constitutional monarchy, and his view for Serbia’s future. Clad in a suit with a light blue shirt and […]

The Asian Studies program at the State University of New York (SUNY) at New Paltz is growing in size, despite a period of uncertainty lasting from the late 1970s all the way to the early 1990s. “It was a rather difficult time,” said former SUNY Distinguished Professor Emeritus Dr. Ronald […]

Though campaign signs strew local intersections and commercials run rampant on television, a majority of SUNY New Paltz students have no idea who is running for high public office in today’s election. In a recent sample of 60 New Paltz students, 68 percent could not name a candidate currently running […]

Assemblyman Kevin A. Cahill, D-Kingston, was elected for a seventh consecutive term after he defeated Republican opponent Peter Rooney of Highland in the election for New York’s 101st Assembly District. Results from Ulster and Dutchess counties show the Democratic incumbent, Cahill, won 21,583 to 17,104 over Rooney, claiming nearly 56 […]

As 9 p.m. rolled around and polls closed throughout New York, Ulster County Democrats anxiously awaited the results of the midterm elections. Nervous excitement quickly turned to enthusiastic cheers when unofficial results were projected onto a large screen at the Holiday Inn in Kingston. The projected results showed incumbents Ulster […]

Tuesday’s midterm elections saw a steady turnout of voters at New Paltz Middle School. Electoral inspectors opened the polling place doors at 6 a.m., with hundreds of people passing through them before noon. New Paltz Town Supervisor Toni Hokanson was among the voters. She said the 50 percent turnout in […]

A mob of students and professors stood in front of the Humanities building. People yelled as they held picket signs that said, “Don’t strip our budget.” A camera close to the action captured students in bikinis and professors screaming out of megaphones. It was a protest against cutting $9 million […]

Should a mosque be built just two blocks north of Ground Zero? Supporters cite their constitutional rights to build and pray, and claim that those against it are ignorant to the meaning of the religion of Islam. Opponents believe it is an unethical, insensitive operation, that will cause emotional distress […]

This summer’s state cigarette tax has caused many to snuff out their addictions, but this is not the case for many SUNY New Paltz smokers. The tax was instituted with the intent to discourage smokers for health reasons and create some deeply needed profits for the state. Since the tax […]

The State University of New York (SUNY) at New Paltz took a step towards the future on Oct. 5 when Congressman Maurice Hinchey (D-Hurley) announced the initial approval of a $5 million grant for solar energy research. The grant, which has already passed in the U.S. House of Defense Appropriations […]

Due to the acoustic friendly environment, many musicians such as “Weird Al” Yankovic and Vinnie Martucci  record music in their bathrooms. Up until now, that may have been the best option for SUNY New Paltz music students looking to record. In an effort to provide students with an opportunity to […]

Scores of families and their pets congregated on Oct. 3 to celebrate the anniversary of the Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park and the unveiling of the Hudson Valley Rail Trail. On a day when a spectator would be hard pressed to find a cloud in the sky, local […]

Weather data collection hasn’t changed much in the last 114 years, although the climate has. Director of Research at Mohonk Preserve Paul C. Huth presented this year’s annual George O’Keefe Memorial Lecture, “A Century of Weather Observation at Mohonk Lake,” held Sept. 21 in the Lecture Center. Huth’s exposition was […]

In a culmination of the “Hiroshima Speaks” exhibit held in the Sojourner Truth Library on Sept. 23, Tomiko Morimoto West provided a compelling account of her experiences in Hiroshima on Aug. 6, 1945, the day of the atomic bombing. According to West, her mission is to convey messages about the […]

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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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