Written and Reported by Dana Sagona. Produced by Tyler Antrim. One of the consequences of the current economic crisis has been the drastic decline in gas prices. Now that prices at the pump are back down in the $2.00 range, people say they’re not as worried about how much they […]
By Dana Sagona Kenneth Layton Jr., a union iron worker from Kingston, travels 150 miles round trip five days a week to get to his job in Rockland County. During the summer, when gas reached a record average high of $4.31 per gallon in New York State, Layton was spending […]
By Tarez Eisen Rondeena Ross cried. Voting in Rosendale, N.Y. on Election Day morning, Ross, a Democrat, admitted to becoming “very emotional” when pulling levers and pushing buttons for her candidate, now President-elect Barack Obama.
Ally Brisbin, a 2007 New Paltz journalism graduate, worked for a year as online editor of the the Post-Star in Glens Falls, N.Y. She lives now in Chicago and was at Grant Park when President-elect Barack Obama made his historic election night speech. Here is her account of the evening, […]
Welcome to A Little Rebellion, an online magazine that is a product of the students in the Journalism and Radio-Television Programs in the Department of Communication and Media at SUNY’s College at New Paltz. The title comes from Thomas Jefferson who wrote in 1787: “I hold it that a little […]