Photo by Lindsey Fox There has been a monumental increase in electronic cigarette usage among youth in the United States. In New York State, the use of vapes and e-cigarettes is not only a trend among people between ages 16 to 25, but a symbol of their lifestyle. For many […]
Gov. Andrew Cuomo today outlined 10 key reasons why the GOP tax plan will deliver an “economic death blow” to New York and the nation. Additionally, the governor is calling on the New York Congressional delegation, including the four representatives who voted for the tax bill in the House of […]
Written by Bryce A. Eckwall, edited and packaged by Aiyana Edmund and Matthew Apuzzo Helping small business, renewable energy, education and health care are among the Democrats’ shared priorities Six Democratic candidates debated at SUNY New Paltz on Wednesday to determine who will challenge Republican John Faso for the 19th […]
Following the lead of Facebook, the federal government and other states, Democrats in the New York Senate introduced a bill that would require sponsors of social media-based political ads in New York state to identify themselves. The bill, S.6896, comes as questions continue to linger over the impact that foreign […]
Just under a year has passed since President Trump took office, with many Americans still reeling from a vicious election cycle of impassioned debates, bitter controversies and passive-aggressive tweets. As the two candidates were battling each other’s visions for the country, Americans were experiencing their own sense of division. If there […]
Every Memorial Day, you see them. They don’t stand as tall as they once did, but they still have it in them to fight for their fellow service members. The Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), which has lobbied in Washington for increased benefits to soldiers, has been a support system […]
Edited and packaged by Aiyana Edmund, Rob Piersall, Otto Kratky and John Camera The Excelsior Scholarship, the only free-college plan in the country, was signed by Gov. Cuomo on April 12. However, New York’s tuition-free college plan will do little to improve the lives of students at SUNY New Paltz. Excelsior […]
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As of March 9, the first new academic building on the SUNY New Paltz campus in nearly 20 years is now complete. Science Hall, located on the corner of Plattekill Avenue and South Manheim Boulevard, will serve as the new home to many academic programs, such as geology, computer science, […]
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With the abuse of Adderall, Vyvanse, Ritalin and other stimulant medications on the rise among college students, government agencies, pharmacies and health insurance companies have turned to digital measures to clamp down on the availability of these drugs. However, while it may now be harder to get a prescription, there […]
By Briana Bonfiglio This article first appeared in The New Paltz Oracle. As of Fall 2017, applicants to all SUNY schools are no longer required to check a box stating if they have committed a felony. This SUNY-wide policy passed thanks to SUNY New Paltz’s own “ban the box” initiative, […]
Written by Rachael Purtell and Meg Tohill Originally Published in The New Paltz Oracle Packaged by Katelyn Cordero Photos by Katelyn Cordero Thirty-seven-year-old New Paltz resident Joel Guerrero is currently being detained at the Hudson County Correctional Facility in New Jersey, according to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) online […]
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As the president of Global Medical Brigades at SUNY New Paltz, Trish Chabria leads her team to help rural communities while also being a full-time student. Every summer, Chabria, a third-year student with a double major in psychology and biology, joins the rest of the brigade as they travel to […]
By Brandon Doerrer This article first appeared in The New Paltz Oracle A recent study from The Benjamin Center for Public Policy Initiatives has found that volunteering, both in terms of the number of volunteers and the amount of time they spend volunteering, is flourishing in Ulster County despite a […]
Data Visualizations used for the SUNY New Paltz “Low Wage Living in the Hudson Valley” project By Casey Silvestri Percentage of Persons in Poverty, 2015 Create column charts Minimum Wage vs. Living Wage Create line charts Is Your Unpaid Internship Illegal? Create your own […]
By Michael Tate Today, Nov. 8, 2016 Americans everywhere will head to ballot boxes to cast their vote for their presidential candidate of choice. Both Republicans and Democrats have been fiercely going back and forth, trying to sway voters to their side. Bruce Weisner, a resident of New Paltz, comments […]