SUNY New Paltz students and faculty members rallied in front of the college’s Humanities Building Wednesday, March 24 in opposition to the Public Higher Education Empowerment and Innovation Act (PHEEIA) and the recently proposed $152 million in cuts to education funding. The crowd of students and SUNY professors chanted slogans like […]

Students and professors at SUNY New Paltz flocked to hear the now infamous former Gov. Eliot Spitzer speak about New York’s financial meltdown on March 11. More than 350 students and faculty members attended the event, eager to catch a glimpse of the ex-governor who made headlines after a prostitution […]

The National Bureau of Economic Research officially declared the United States in recession as of December 2007. While the consequences of the recession are apparent, animals have also fallen victim to the economic downturn. With so many people forced to cut corners, local shelters are not faring well. Shelters – […]

ScheinMedia and the SUNY New Paltz Environmental Task Force, comprised of faculty members, students and the New Paltz community, hosted a public forum titled “The Future of Gas Drilling in New York State” on Monday, March 8 in the Lecture Center at SUNY New Paltz. The event was organized so that […]

As the second half of the spring semester approaches, SUNY New Paltz clubs and organizations must prepare to meet deadlines to file for funding from the Student Association (SA). Acquiring money from SA is a process. Organizations will need to submit a budget request by March 22 for next year’s […]

On Sunday evenings, employees at Backstage Café at Parker Theater are required to discard all food not sold over the weekend. When the café closes at 6 p.m., shelves are cleared and containers of premade salads, sandwiches and pastries all go in the trash. Food waste on campus happens daily. […]

  Since leaving Ulster County over 30 years ago, Renée Byer has become the senior photojournalist at the Sacramento Bee, won a Pulitzer Prize as well as a number of other awards. During the spring 2010 semester, journalism students at SUNY New Paltz will get the privilege of welcoming her […]

RecycleMania is a 10-week long competition between a number of both private and public universities to raise awareness for the three R’s: reduce, reuse and recycle. This will mark the second consecutive year SUNY New Paltz is participating. Lauren Brois, SUNY New Paltz’s Recycling Club president, said the rising social awareness for […]

Jamie Michelman, a student ambassador for SUNY New Paltz, gives tours of residence halls to prospective students and their families, answering any questions they may have. Student ambassadors are paid to be knowledgeable and positive about the school, but there is one topic even they can’t say much about. “Parents […]

Four hours of work in the Foreign Language Department in the morning, four hours of class in the afternoon, three hours of reading at night. Add on two hours to study French and Arabic, and a possible sorority meeting before bed. Look hectic? Seem stressful? This is a typical Thursday […]

You expel 20.2 tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere every year. You’re not the only one. So does every other person in the United States. That’s approximately 6,218,772,000 tons. That number, in part, explains why the United States is responsible for 30.3% of the global contribution to global warming. […]

The first Capoeira workshop at SUNY New Paltz was held in the Elting Gym on Saturday, Oct. 24. The workshop was co-sponsored by the Departments of Anthropology and Theater Arts and the Anthropology Club. The class was lead by native Brazilian Gustavo Caldas who has been studying capoeira, an Afro-Brazilian […]

The Mohonk Preserve will sponsor an introduction to Project FeederWatch on Saturday, Oct. 31, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Program FeederWatch is a winter-long survey of birds organized by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in which anyone can participate from the comfort of their own home. “It’s a really phenomenal […]

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. […]

In the midst of two important file-sharing trials, students at SUNY New Paltz are still losing their internet access for illegally sharing files on campus. Steven Pomoryn, a third-year business major, lost his internet access for two days after he accidentally left BearShare, his peer-to-peer program on, and uploaded “The […]

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